• European Heritage Days

    “Creating shared experiences through culture and artistic expression is a powerful tool for strengthening social cohesion, respect for diversity and human rights for all. Democratic participation in culture is a key instrument in helping us achieve these aims. The European Heritage Days contribute to building bridges by celebrating the richness of European cultural heritage and they provide us with a…

  • Archaeology Scotland’s Student Prize 2021

    Archaeology Scotland are delighted to announce that, thanks to a generous anonymous donation, we are running a competition to give recognition to excellence in written work on Scottish archaeology produced in the 2020–21 academic year. The awards are for work by undergraduates and postgraduates at Scottish universities and their objective is to reward excellence in the face of all the…

  • 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.