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TITLE
Hill Fort of Dùn-da-Làimh
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_941_006_P004
PLACENAME
Dun da Lamh, Laggan
DISTRICT
Badenoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Laggan
PERIOD
1830s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31368
KEYWORDS
forts
duns
Laggan
plans
hills
zoomable

Dun da Lamh hill fort stands on a hillside above the Spey Dam, west of Laggan Bridge. It has possible origins in the iron age but its 8m thick single rampart, 3-4m high, is common in Pictish royal sites from around 300-800AD. The ruin is popular with archaeological visitors.

This plate is from volume 4 of the 'Transactions of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland' of 1833

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Hill Fort of Dùn-da-Làimh

INVERNESS: Laggan

1830s

forts; duns; Laggan; plans; hills; zoomable

Highland Libraries

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (maps)

Dun da Lamh hill fort stands on a hillside above the Spey Dam, west of Laggan Bridge. It has possible origins in the iron age but its 8m thick single rampart, 3-4m high, is common in Pictish royal sites from around 300-800AD. The ruin is popular with archaeological visitors.<br /> <br /> This plate is from volume 4 of the 'Transactions of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland' of 1833