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The excavation of the site at Killeisk comprised a mixture of Early Bronze Age activity and high and late medieval activity. Two separate groups of pits dated to the Early Bronze Age. A large elliptical enclosure and associated linear features, which formed field enclosures and droveways, dated to the high and late medieval period. A kiln and associated pit and enclosure also dated to the late medieval period. The kiln was located to the south-west of the enclosure. Two fragments of decorated rotary quern stones were recovered from the enclosure and associated linear features. A small assemblage of animal bone was recovered from the ditch of the enclosure.