Canmore (database)

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Canmore is an online database of information on over 320,000 archaeological sites, monuments, and buildings in Scotland.wikipedia
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Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

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It was begun by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.
A growing proportion of RCAHMS's own survey material and material deposited in the archive by others was made available through online databases such as Canmore.

Historic Environment Scotland

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Historic Environment Scotland has maintained it since 2015.
Canmore is an online database maintained by Historic Environment Scotland since 2015.

National Monuments Record of Scotland

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The Canmore database is part of the National Record of the Historic Environment (or NRHE), formerly the National Monuments Record of Scotland (or NMRS) and contains around 1.3 million catalogue entries.
There are 240,000 archaeological sites, monuments and buildings recorded in CANMORE, the NMRS database.

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Canmore is an online database of information on over 320,000 archaeological sites, monuments, and buildings in Scotland.

Protection of Wrecks Act 1973

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It includes marine monuments and designated official wreck sites (those that fall under the Protection of Wrecks Act), such as the wreck of.

Arbirlot

Historic Environment Scotland's Canmore database interprets the reference to the "druidical temple" as possibly referring to a stone circle and based on place-name evidence gives a possible location near to Cairncortie in the north-west of the parish.

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The Canmore database run by the Historic Environment Scotland puts the event half way along the eastern cost of Eriskay; Roger Hutchinson's book on the story of the ship states it was on the rocks of Ru Melvick, a rock outcrop at the southernmost point of South Uist; the Merseyside Maritime Museum considers it was on "submerged rocks on the northern side of the island of Eriskay"; and Arthur Swinson's 1963 history places it just north of Calvay, a small uninhabited island at the north end of Eriskay.

Scurdie Ness

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Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland - Canmore ID: 36262

Droughdool Mote

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The site is still classified as a "motte (medieval)" on Canmore, the online database of ancient and historical monuments in Scotland.

Olvir Rosta

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The CANMORE website states that a supposed castle in which Frakökk was burned may be located at, near Kinbrace, within the parish of Kildonan.