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    Traineeship opportunity

    In partnership with the Next Step Initiative (NSI), we are offering a one-year traineeship opportunity through their Ethnic Minority Career Museum & Built Environment Heritage Programme. Title: The Archaeology Scotland Engagement & Events (NSI Trainee) Applications for the traineeship are now open, closing date is Wednesday the 22nd of July 2020. The NSI trainee will be hosted by Archaeology Scotland,…

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    ARP 2020-Cecily Spall, FAS Heritage

    Archaeological Research in Progress 2020 Speaker(s): Cecily Spall, FAS Heritage Ancestor or adversary?  Join Cecily Spall @FAS-Heritage @TarbatDiscovery as she discusses understanding the six-headed medieval burials from St. Colman’s Church, Portmahomack. #ARP2020 Saturday 6th June. For your FREE tickets click here.

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    ARP 2020-Moira Blackmore, University of Aberdeen

    Archaeological Research in Progress 2020 Speaker(s): Moira Blackmore, University of Aberdeen Historic carvings on Mither Tap, Bennachie! Join Moira Blackmore @moira_blackmore as she talks about the fascinating 19th century markings and what they add to the compelling and textured history of Bennachie. #ARP2020 Saturday 6th June. For your FREE tickets click here.