Archaeologists and volunteers working at a Perthshire forest claim to have uncovered a "very exciting" find.
Excavations have revealed a stone entrance to the Black Spout enclosure, which workers believe indicates an important local person lived there.
Radiocarbon dating has also shown the site dates back to about 200 BC - it was originally though such homesteads were from the early centuries AD.
Friday, July 04, 2008
Archaeologists claim forest find