Jarlshof and Catpund

Jarlshof is the remarkable archaeological site at Shetland's southern tip where there was continuity of settlement from the Stone Age until the sevententh century. Catpund steatite quarries at Cunningsburgh had long use, especally in Viking times when the soapstone was carved out of the rockto make containers.

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Bronze Age dwelling Bronze Age dwelling Bronze Age dwelling Iron Age wheelhouse
Pictish wheelhouse
Iron Age wheelhouse
Masonry
Iron Age wheelhouse
Viking settlement

Viking byre

Viking road

Catpund

Catpund

Catpund

Catpund

Catpund

Catpund



 
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