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Archaeology Scotland Summer School Booking Open

Archaeology Scotland Summer School Booking Open

Archaeology Scotland Summer School, 18th – 21st May 2018 The Archaeology Scotland Summer School has been held annually since 1952 ...
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New Light on Old Metal

New Light on Old Metal

This symposium brings together national and international experts in the field of ancient metalwork to showcase cutting edge archaeometallurgy research ...
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Next Step Initiative is offering The Ethnic Minority Career Museum, & Built Environment Heritage Traineeships (With Bursary).

5 High Quality Grant-Supported Traineeship at Scottish Heritage Organisations Available Positions: Heritage Officer Traineeship X 1 Museums & Galleries Traineeship ...
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Meet the Romans, Celts and Covenanters on a new trail in Motherwell

Meet the Romans, Celts and Covenanters on a new trail in Motherwell

North Lanarkshire Provost, Jean Jones, opened a new Local Landscape Heroes heritage trail at the refurbished Roman Bathhouse at Strathclyde ...
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Resource for Heritage Charities- Stickers and Signs

Resource for Heritage Charities- Stickers and Signs

Archaeology Scotland supports other groups and organizations in helping to investigate and conserve their heritage. A resource we recently came ...
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A Journey Through Scotland's Past: Age of Clans and Clearance

A Journey Through Scotland’s Past: Age of Clans and Clearance

Agricultural Improvement and the Clearances dramatically re-shaped communities and landscapes in Gaelic-speaking Scotland in the 18th and 19th century. However, ...
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Maritime Archaeology Project underway in Orkney

Maritime Archaeology Project underway in Orkney

The High Seas Fleet was the battle fleet of the German Imperial Navy in World War One. On 21st June ...
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Discovering Edinburgh's Early History off the Royal Mile

Discovering Edinburgh’s Early History off the Royal Mile

Before the new student housing was built on Holyrood Road, next to St. John’s Street, archaeologists from CFA Archaeology had ...
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