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Opportunities in Archaeology: Careers Advice

We’re always happy to help career starters! We get a lot of requests for careers advice, so we’ve created this blog post for people who are interested in  heritage – in particular archaeology –  and are unsure what a job might look like. This resource should provide a good insight into a variety of potential […]

Heritage Investigators

Helping you explore local archaeology

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Minorities on the Homefront: ‘Enemy Alien’ Internment in the British Empire 1914-1919

A global theme with a Scottish focus, in particular Stobs Camp near Hawick, Scottish Borders

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Investigating Heritage on Your Doorstep - Educators' Notes (c) Historic Environment Scotland

Investigating Heritage on Your Doorstep

Ideas for exploring built heritage with your group

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timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland

Timeline

Print off this handy Archaeology Scotland timeline from the Mesolithic c. 7000 BC to the modern day: Timeline (c) Archaeology Scotland    

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Archaeology Detectives

Explore a site using genuine archaeological skills, both within the classroom and onsite.  Read more about Archaeology Detectives

The Rubbish Game image (c) Archaeology Scotland

The Rubbish Game

A fun way to learn archaeological investigative skills: looking, interpreting and reporting
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