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    Sub-Roman Glasgow

    We have another exciting event coming up in partnership with Lauriston Castle as part of their Historical Lecture Series. On September 3rd, Gordon Wyllie will be discussing the ins and outs of a Roman settlement from early medieval Glasgow. For more information visit: https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/event/sub-roman-glasgow/ Tickets cost £10.30 and can be purchased from: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sub-roman-glasgow-tickets-42457532623 Free entry for Archaeology Scotland Members!  

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    The Masons’ Marks Project

    Hey guys, We’re working alongside Lauriston Castle to bring you some really great events in the coming months. On August 13th there will be a lecture by Moira Greig, founder of The Masons’ Marks Project, discussing the importance and modern-day impacts of her exciting venture. For more information visit: https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/event/the-masons-marks-project/ Tickets cost £10.30 and can be purchased from: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-masons-marks-project-tickets-42457383176 Free entry for…

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    SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN STUDIES CAITHNESS CONFERENCE

    SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN STUDIES CAITHNESS CONFERENCE The Pentland Hotel, Thurso, 11-14 April 2018 PROGRAMME Wednesday 11th April 19:00 – Welcome buffet meal Thursday 12th April 09:30 – Session 1 Andrew Conlon, Glasgow, ‘A.O. Curle: A Wandering Antiquary in Caithness’ Maya Hoole, Historic Environment Scotland, ‘(Re)Discovering Ava: Research Results from a Chalcolithic/Early Bronze Age Beaker Burial, from Achavanich, Caithness’ John…

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    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 and explore how and why metals should be preserved and interpreted. You can view the programme here: New Light on Old Metal Programme Tickets can be purchased at the link below and Archaeology Scotland can select the concession discount. http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?agency=NMOFFLIGHT&organ_val=31768&pid=8513698

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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 X 2 Technical Conservation Skills Traineeship x 2 Applications are now open for 5 full time 12-month accredited work-based placements in heritage management starting March 2018. Training Bursary grant of £13,500 gross per annum. Application deadline: 5pm, Friday 9th of…