Edinburgh, Lothians and the Borders
This work is part of the Exploring Scotland's Heritage series which provides an introduction to the archaeological heritage of Scotland. It looks at the Edinburgh, Lothian and Border regions, examining their heritage which reflects their economic and political importance for over 5000 years.
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INDUSTRIAL MONUMENTS BRIDGES
MERCAT CROSSES RURAL BUILDINGS
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19th century Abbey aisle Anglian arch Berwick Border Bridge buildings built Burgh burial cairns carved Castle centre Chapel Cheviots churchyard Cockburnspath Coldingham courtyard Cramond cultivation ditch Dunbar earlier early East Lothian Edinburgh Eildon Hill North enclosure entrance Ettrick Ettrick Water farm fortified Haddington harbour hillfort Historic Scotland Hopetoun Hownam Innerleithen Jedburgh Kale Water Kelso kiln Kirk Lammermuirs landscape late later Lauderdale Leith Linlithgow Linton Lyne massive medieval Melrose mercat cross Mill minor road monuments Museum nave Newstead Northumbrian º º original parish church Peebles Pentland perhaps prehistoric railway rampart reconstructed rectangular Restalrig ridge river Roman Roslin Scottish settlement side road signposted slope Smailholm South Queensferry south-east Scotland Southdean standing stones Street surviving terraces tower tower-house town transept Traprain Tweed vaulted village Votadini wall Water whilst Whiteadder Water Woden Law