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    ARP 2020

    Archaeological Research in Progress is a national conference organized each year by Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, supported by Historic Environment Scotland.   This year, due to COVID-19 the conference will be held digitally. Tickets for this year’s event are free, however if you are feeling generous and wish to show your support donations are always gratefully…

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    Coronavirus Update-Office Closure

    Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we, at Archaeology Scotland, have decided to close the office for the foreseeable future. Staff will be working from home and contactable via email, but we cannot be reached by phone. Likewise, our upcoming activities and events will not go ahead until the current situation changes. We hope you all stay safe and healthy, and…

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    Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2020

    Archaeological Research in Progress is a national conference organised each year by Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, supported by Historic Environment Scotland.   This year, due to COVID-19 the conference will be held digitally. Tickets for this year’s event are free, however if you are feeling generous and wish to show your support donations are always…

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    Archaeology Scotland Summer School 2020

    Archaeology Scotland Summer School, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries & Galloway, Friday 15th May to Monday 18th May 2020 POSTPONED Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we, at Archaeology Scotland, have decided to close the office for the foreseeable future. Staff will be working from home and contactable via email, but we cannot be reached by phone. Likewise, our upcoming activities and…

  • First prize: Kilchurn Castle at Sunrise, by MHoser
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    Wiki Loves Monuments

    Wiki Loves Monuments is an international event which takes place every September. The competition brings together amateur and professional photographers alike to capture images of the world’s historic monuments. These photos are then shared under free licences via Wikimedia Commons, a free media repository which provides most of the images for Wikipedia sites around the world (currently available in 294 languages). Aside…