Shilla Hill Bastle: archaeological survey report
Author(s): Jonathan Chandler
In May 1997 RCHME undertook an archaeological investigation and analytical field survey of the 16th-century bastle at Shilla Hill, Tarset, Northumberland, the remains of two other buildings and several banked enclosures. Remains of ridge and furrow and previously unrecorded adjacent farmsteads were noted but not surveyed.
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- Post Medieval Analytical Landscape Survey Bastle