The Medieval re-occupation of Salut is marked by a number of archaeological features and a various ceramic assemblage, together with interesting small finds and coins. The bulk of the material could be dated to the 12th-13th centuries which would appear to represent the main period of Islamic occupation at the site.
A number of hut-circles, to be dated to the Islamic age, have been exposed over the whole of the summit of the hill of Salut. Stone foundations are recognizable and, sometimes, an arrangement of post-holes, usually forming a circular structure.
Evidence of small fire-places have been discovered inside the huts together with setting for rotary querns, ovens and hearths. These installations have been sometimes found directly on top of the underlying Iron Age surface.
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