The excavation of the site at Glenatlucky revealed a cremation pit, four post-holes, a hearth, three pits, one stake-hole and four linear features. The cremation pit contained the remains of a young adult of indeterminate gender and fragments of an encrusted urn, indicating a burial date in the Early Bronze Age. Charcoal from the cremation pit returned a post-medieval or modern radiocarbon date, evidently an anomalous result. Charcoal from another pit indicated an Early Bronze Age date. This is more generally representative of the activity at the site than the modern radiocarbon date from the cremation pit. Only a portion of the cremated body and the funerary pottery were found, suggesting secondary re-deposition of the original burial.