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    Scotland before Scotland – Colouring Book for Adults

    Colouring Book for Adults Scotland before Scotland We are very excited to announce that we will be soon offering this colouring book for adults on our website, hopefully perfectly on time for Christmas!! The colouring images were drawn by Alan Braby, an archaeological illustrator. The images are both recreations of real sites and what they might have looked like and…

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    Celebrating Archaeology in Scotland 2019

    We are proud to present ‘Celebrating Archaeology in Scotland 2019’, the second issue of the report on the delivery of Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy ! This magazine is also a place to find out about some of the most exciting projects that have been happening across the country. You can find an electronic version of the report at the link below –…

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    A GUIDE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS

    We’ve worked with partners from across the historic environment sector and beyond to published a new guide on adapting Scotland’s historic places to the impacts of climate change. We want this guide to open up conversations about climate change adaptation solutions, demonstrating the resilience and adaptability of our historic environment. The guide identifies many of the risks and hazards of…

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    Moredun Hillfort Guided Walk

    Did you go on the guided walk to Moredun Hillfort on 22nd September? Do share your stories of this event or any other Scottish Archaeology Month events you went to. We would love to hear how you enjoyed Scotland’s archaeology and see any photos you took of events. Please do get in touch!

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    Archaeology at Aden Country Park

    In November 2018, an archaeological dig supported through the Aden Country Park Restoration and Redevelopment Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Aden Archaeology Historic Environment Scotland (HES) project, took place revealing an enclosed structure potentially dating back to the Neolithic period, possibly 5500 years old. This exciting, extremely rare discovery has resulted in the need to carry out a further…