ARCHI UK: LiDAR, Aerial & Victorian Old Maps and 1 Archaeological and Historical Site Locations within 10 km of Allt Ballach, Highland
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iron age / celtic (1) 


Archaeological Site Maps, Aerial Photography, LiDAR and Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Allt Ballach, Highland

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LiDAR Digital Terrain (DTM 1m) of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

LiDAR Digital Terrain (DTM 1m) of Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01)
Composite Historic Maps with LiDAR Terrain Visualisation

 

List of Archaeological Site Locations near Allt Ballach, Highland 

 

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Map of Archaeological Sites near Allt Ballach, Highland

 

Map of <b><i></b></i> Archaeological Sites near Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01)
Aerial Photograph and Road Map of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

Aerial Photographs and Road Maps of Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01)

Old and Antique Maps

 

1805-1869: Earliest British Ordnance Survey, 1" to 1 mile, Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

1888-1913: British OS 1st Edition, 6" to 1 mile, Highly Detailed Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

The LONDON Only Ordnance Survey, 15 feet inch to one mile, Historic Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01) (1893-1896)
1903-1930: British OS 2nd Edition, 6" to 1 mile, Highly Detailed Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

The Great Britain Ordnance Survey, 6 inch to one mile (2nd Edition), (1:10,560), old map of Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01) (1903-1930)
1955-1961: Mid-Century 1" Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland

 

The Great Britain Ordnance Survey, 1 inch to 1 mile 6th edition mid-20th century Historic Old Map of Allt Ballach, Highland,  (NH 64 01) (1955-1961)
1724: Old Antique County Map of English and Welsh Counties

 

uk counties old map 1724 herman moll
1724: Old Map of Roman Britain

 

Herman Molls Roman Britain Showing known Roman Roads in the 17th Century
More Maps: Pre-Victorian Historical Map Archive

 

Antique 16th and 17th Century Old Maps. Including Herman Moll, John Speed, Christopher Saxton and more
Maps and Lists of Archaeological Site Locations: Allt Ballach, Highland (NH6401 / NH 64 01)

ARCHI, the historical search engine has scoured British Archaeological Records, Historic Sites and Monuments Databases, Local History Sources, Archaeology Research, and Metal Detecting Finds Reports to bring you 1 archaeological site, historic place and ancient monument locations within a 10 km radius of Allt Ballach, Highland (NH6401 / NH 64 01).

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Iron Age / Celtic Historical Archaeological Site Locations, Monuments and Findspots near Allt Ballach, Highland (1 records found)

Map of Iron Age / Celtic Sites near Allt Ballach, Highland, (NH 64 01)

Distribution Maps of British Archaeological, Roman, Celtic, Saxon, Medieval and Metal Detecting Sites


Site Number: 1 of 1 Iron Age / Celtic sites.

Site Description: Iron Age: Fort, Dun-da-lamh, Crathie, Highland

Period: Iron Age / Celtic.

Distance and Direction from your Search Location: 10.0 km S-E

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