Crannog[1][2][3] (/ˈkrænəɡ/; bahasa Irlandia: crannóg [ˈkɾˠan̪ˠoːɡ]; bahasa Gaelik Skotlandia: crannag [ˈkʰɾan̪ˠak]) biasanya adalah sebuah pulau buatan sebagian atau keseluruhan, biasanya dibangun di danau, sungai dan perairan di Skotlandia, Wales, dan Irlandia. Tak seperti rumah-rumah bertiang tinggi di sekitaran Alpen yang dibangun di pesisir, crannog dibangun di perairan, kemudian menghasilkan pulau buatan.

Rekonstruksi crannog dekat Kenmore, Perth dan Kinross, di Loch Tay, Skotlandia

CatatanSunting

  1. ^ O'Sullivan, A. (2000). Crannogs: Lake Dwellings of Ireland. Dublin: Irish Treasure Series. 
  2. ^ Lynn, C. J. (1983). "Some 'early' ring forts and crannogs". Journal of Irish Archaeology. 1: 47–58. 
  3. ^ Dixon, Nicholas (2004). The Crannogs of Scotland: An underwater archaeology. Tempus Publishing, Limited. ISBN 0-7524-3151-X. 

ReferensiSunting

  • Burnett, George (1901). J. Allardyce, ed. The Family of Burnett of Leys. Aberdeen: New Spalding Club. 
  • Armit, Ian (2000). Scotland's Hidden History. Tempus Publishing, Limited. ISBN 0-7524-1400-3. 
  • Crone, A. (2000). The History of a Scottish Lowland Crannog: excavations at Buiston AOC/STAR Monograph 4, Edinburgh
  • Halsall, Guy (2003). Warfare and Society in the Barbarian West, 450-900. London: Routledge.

Pranala luarSunting

  • [1] "Living On Water: Scottish Crannogs and Island Dwellings".
  • Crannog.co.uk, The Scottish Crannog Centre Reconstruction of a crannog.
  • McMahonsOfMonaghan.org, Crannog illustration showing attack in Monaghan, Ireland in the 16th century.
  • Channel4.com, Time Team on Crannogs.
  • Channel4.com, Time Team excavation at Loch Migdale, January 2004.
  • Canmore, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland's Canmore database, a searchable database of archaeological and architectural sites in Scotland, including crannogs.
  • About.com, Llangors Crannog.