Spurryhillock is a
mesolithic archaeologicalsite [ [http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/adsdata/PSAS_2002/pdf/vol_127/127_017_027.pdf Derek Alexander, Proc. Soc. Antiquaries Scot. 127 (1997) 17-27] ] and modern industrial estate[ [http://www.britnett-carver.co.uk/stonehavenbusiness/spurryhillock.html Stonehaven Business Association: Spurryhillock Industrial Estate] ] at Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Historical features in the local area include
Fetteresso Castle, Ury House, Stonehaven Tolbooth, Dunnottar Castleand Muchalls Castle. On the Fetteresso Estate grounds there have been archaeological finds from the Bronze Age. [ [http://letmespeaktothedriver.com/site/10937/fetteresso.html#fieldnotes C.Michael Hogan, "Fetteresso Fieldnotes", The Modern Antiquarian (2008)] ]
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