• Save the Date! Archaeology Scotland’s AGM & Members Day

    This year Archaeology Scotland will be hosting its first ever virtual AGM, with content for members and non-members alike. Our AGM will take place on Saturday 28 November 2020 with activities and talks running from 10am – 2pm. There will be a talk by Treasure Trove in Scotland about the amazing Peebles Bronze Age Hoard and a virtual tour of…

  • Scottish Archaeology Month 2020

    Scottish Archaeology Month 2020 is here!

    Archaeology Scotland is once again hosting Scottish Archaeology Month; the annual celebration of Scotland’s heritage, history and archaeology that brings together a range of organisations across the sector and the country. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, most activities this year will take place online, although some museums are opening their doors again and there will be a few outdoor events too, all complying with the current government restrictions. However, the new online format opens…

  • ARP 2020-Gordon Noble, University of Aberdeen

    Archaeological Research in Progress 2020 Speaker(s): Gordon Noble, University of Aberdeen The Mountain of Ce! Join Gordon Noble as he discusses the Pictish power centre at Mither Tap, Bennachie. #ARP2020 Saturday 6th June.

  • ARP 2020-Kate Britton, University of Aberdeen

    Archaeological Research in Progress 2020 Speaker(s): Kate Britton, University of Aberdeen Fish and Picts! Join Kate Britton @WhatKatieDigs as she discusses Pictish symbols and subsistence in early Medieval Scotland. #ARP2020 Saturday 6th June.

  • 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.