Dunconnel Hill

A steep-sided hill with a circle of crags around the summit, Dunconnel Hill rises to 210m (688 feet) 1½ miles (2.5 km) west northwest of Lochwinnoch in W Renfrewshire. A poorly-defined Late Iron-Age hill fort occupies the summit. Finds recorded here during an excavation in 1956 and thereafter include sherds of pottery, pieces of shale rings, bracelets, beads, a sandstone hone, a stone disc, a fragment of worked steadite, a piece of vitrified slag and two pieces of burnt bone.

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