It's a very short paper. [here]
"Important evidence of both excarnation and possible re-burial of previously buried human remains was recognised by the partially articulated state of a number of the burials (Lelong in press)."
This excarnation fetish by the archaeological world is a little weird IMHO. There's zero evidence for excarnation in the EBA that stands to scrutiny and it just doesn't seem to fit circumstances, mindset or intent of EBA burials. But anyhow I look forward to seeing...
I suppose I what's so interesting about this burial is how directly tied to Ireland it is. Comment by Allison Sheridan in the paper..
A Short Cist Burial at Kilkeddan Farm, Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute
Dawn McLaren and Donald Wilson (2016) [Link]
AOC Archaeology Group undertook the excavation of a previously unknown
Bronze Age cist, located in a field close to Kilkeddan Farm, Argyll & Bute,
during September 2005 under the Historic Scotland call-off contract for human
remains. The cist was found to contain poorly surviving unburnt human skeletal
remains along with a finely decorated tripartite Food Vessel and a flint knife. The
incomplete and fragmentary condition of the skeleton suggests that the human
remains were disarticulated at the time of deposition. Radiocarbon dates obtained
from the human bone and associated charcoal confirms an early Bronze Age datefor the burial.