Archaeology & Ancient Sites
Culbokie has been visited or occupied by man for several thousand years so was obviously thought to be a good place to live.
The map below reproduced from the Highland HER web site gives a clear indication of the range of archeological sites around Culbokie.
- The archaeology of the area
- Càrn Mòr Dùn AKA Culbokie Castle
- Findon Dun - the Canmore record erroneously refers to this as "Findon Cottage" as the correct location is Findon Mill.
- Dunvournie Henge (Teanagairn)
- Findon Cist & Urn
- Crochar - the Highland Historic Environment Record for "Crochar" does not refer to 'our' Crochar.
- Ferintosh Distillery
- The Fisher Folk of Findon
- Kinbeachie Castle & Farm (see note below map)
- Castle Craig
- Metal detecting
Two archaelogical sites not identified below are the Drummondreach Dun at map reference NH582575 (whilst there have a look at the Preaching Site) and the Chambered Cairn at the Old Ferintosh Distillery site at map reference NH577568
Kinbeachie: On the map above the label "Kinbeachie" points to the location at the farm where excavations took place in 2003 by J. Wordsworth.
Kinbeachie Castle: This is located at the extreme right hand edge of the map above just below the red arrow.