The evidence from Carn Dubh (MPK1752; Rideout 1995) and Blackford (MPK17957) is generally unremarkable, consisting mostly of a few flint and quartz flakes and a fragment of a saddle quern. However, Pit 329, Blackford produced a fragment of a cannel coal bangle (Hunter in O’Connell et al 2021, 78–9 and fig 42). While the bangle itself is not diagnostically Late Bronze Age, the fact that it was found not far from a Late Bronze Age grave and that cereal grain from Pit 329 was dated to 971–813 BC (UBA-15224) and 895–806 BC (UBA-15225) strongly point towards an Late Bronze Age date for this artefact.