Curator Jane Flint will discuss objects on display from Temple Wood, Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, and look at their context from a site which has important connections to the marking of Midwinter.
To book telephone 0131 529 3993 or visit www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk. Part of our Historical Lecture Series, also includes cake and coffee and a tour of the Castle. With our partners Archaeology Scotland. Wednesday 21 November, 10.30am The Incorporated Trades of Edinburgh Like all the chartered towns of Europe Edinburgh had its guilds. What do we know about […]
Partnership event with Archaeology Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland, Scottish Council on Archives and Northlight Heritage We are delighted to announce the booking for the 2018 Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference (Saturday 10th November) is now open! This year we have something for everyone – from local graveyards to eco-museums, from youth engagement to safeguarding historic buildings. […]
Join Curator Jane Flint to find out all about this amazing large object which survived burial in a marine Iron Age settlement site at Dumbuck in the Clyde Estuary for almost 2,000 years.
The annual Recent Archaeological Discoveries and Research conference takes place at Highland Council Chamber, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness. Saturday: 9am-5pm Sunday 9:30am-4pm More information and the programme is on the Conference pages of the Highland Archaeology Festival website. In addition, the programme and booking form can be downloaded from the Document Library on the Highland Archaeology […]