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Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders Archaeology Conference 16/11/19

Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders Archaeology Conference 16/11/19

Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders Archaeology Conference Saturday November 16, 2019 9:00 - 16:45 Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh This annual conference ...
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Scottish Community Heritage Alliance roadshows 2019

Scottish Community Heritage Alliance roadshows 2019

The Scottish Community Heritage Alliance (SCHA) was set up last year, and aims to form a national network of community ...
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A Brief History of Scottish Brewing

Enjoy this tour of Scotland's oldest operating brewery, Belhaven, hosted by Dig it! TV’s Saga as a part of the ...
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Backyard Castles – Seafield Tower | Scotland Goes Pop

Seafield Tower is a 16th castle along the Fife Coastal Path just outside of Kirkcaldy. This L-shaped tower house made ...
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Secrets of the Forth: The River that defines Scotland

Secrets of the Forth: The River that defines Scotland

Next week in Callander, you can hear Stirling Council Archaeologist, Dr Murray Cook, give a lecture on the important history ...
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Backyard Castles – Crichton Castle | Scotland Goes Pop

Enjoy this video and the stories about Crichton Castle. The video is made in collaboration between Archaeology Scotland and Dig ...
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Talk: ‘The Govan stones: Glasgow’s unique collection of 9th-11th century carved stones’

Come along to hear Professor Steve Driscoll from the University of Glasgow hold a talk on 'The Govan stones: Glasgow’s ...
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Backyard Castles – Ravenscraig Castle | Scotland Goes Pop

Another video by Archaeology Scotland and Dig It! TV, funded by the Castle Studies Trust. This time The Castle Hunter, ...
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Talk on the 'Tongland Abbey excavations – recent findings'

Talk on the ‘Tongland Abbey excavations – recent findings’

This coming Wednesday, Dr David Devereux will present the recent findings of the Tongland Abbey excavations to the Kirkcudbright History ...
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Backyard Castles – Macduff’s Castle & the Wemyss Caves | Scotland Goes Pop

Enjoy this video tour of Macduff's Castle and the Wemyss Caves guided by The Castle Hunter, David Weinczok.  The video was ...
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