Our excavations from 2019 and 2022 have yielded an extensive assemblage of medieval artifacts that reveal the day to day lives of the MacDermot lords who inhabited the island in the middle ages. We now have evidence of fine metal working, bone and antler comb production. We have found several gaming pieces, including “checkers-like” pieces and dice, and even a die mold that shows the production of dice mid-process. And, finally, we have a set of harp tuning pegs that suggest entertainment happening on the island. All in all, the assemblage is a remarkable affirmation of historical sources.