Talk:Dail Mòr

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Archaeology[edit]

There's extensive book-burning of the archaeology section of this article, including a further reading section from archaeologists Ponting(s), Curtis and Sharples and Ian Armit; Historic Scotland (1996). The archaeology of Skye and the Western Isles. Edinburgh University Press. pp. 92–. ISBN 9780748606405. Retrieved 2 May 2011.  Details of inhabitation in this area, pottery, antler tools, arrowheads and a flint workshop, stone dwelling walls, a notable bone with markings on it, etc. Oh, and an extensive external source [1] What were the ancient Scottish up to here? Right near Callanish, the "stonehenge of the north" - I guess we'll never know. I'll await an apology to the people of Lewis and replacement of the material. Paul Bedsontalk 01:39, 2 May 2011 (UTC)