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Doonhill Homestead

A rare record of the Anglian occupation of southeast Scotland

Doonhill Homestead

The site marked out in the grass,
  • of a wooden hall of a 6th-century British chief, and
  • of an Anglian chief’s hall, which superseded it in the 7th century, revealed by aerial photography followed by excavation in the 1960s.
A rare record of the Anglian occupation of southeast Scotland.



Location

Region – Edinburgh and the Lothians

2m south of Dunbar, off the A1.

Grid reference -NT 686 755.