Iron Age settlement found on one of Europe's most inhospitable islands
Inhabitants of nearby Hirta island used to visit Boreray only in the summer to hunt birds and gather wool, a practice which ended in the early 20th century. But the new discovery suggests that people may have lived on the steep slopes of the island as far back as prehistoric times.
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