Archeological Discovery

From The Times Tuesday August 16 2005; New Evidence of Clan Battles Archeaologists have unearthed a medieval fortified settlement on a sea stack on an island. A team of archaeologists from the University of Glasgow made the discovery on the northeast coast of the Isle of Lewis. They think that the discovery of musket balls, a lookout tower and a defensive wall around the perimeter of the island point to fierce battles between the rival clans of Morrison and MacAulay.