The characteristic settlement for of the Later Iron Age, from around 100 BC – AD 200 was the wheelhouse; small, elaborately constructed drystone roundhouses that were often half-buried in the ground. This chapter examines key sites like Cnip in Lewis and Sollas in North Uist and examines their relationship to broch towers, and the insights they can give us into Iron Age ritual and religion.
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