The 'Queen of the Inch' lived on Inchmarnock, off the coast of the Isle of Bute, in the Bronze Age. She was buried in a cist with her jet necklace and flint knife. Her skull was used for a facial reconstruction which can be seen with the necklace in Bute Museum.
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