Scottish archaeology

Discover the latest Scottish archaeology news and read dig reports and finds analysis.

The remains of one of the oldest earliest houses in East Ayrshire, dating to the early Neolithic period (3500-4000 ...

21/09/2017

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Newly published research by GUARD Archaeology has revealed the complex history of a turf and stone-built medieval ...

05/09/2017

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The face of the infamous 19th century Cramond murderer has today been revealed, following detailed reconstruction ...

14/08/2017

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One of Scotland's largest chambered cairns, on the Isle of Rousay in Scotland, is to benefit from £30,000 of ...

14/08/2017

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The earliest hacksilver found anywhere beyond the boundaries of the Roman Empire is to go on display in Edinburgh, ...

03/08/2017

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The site of the medieval castle where Mary Queen of Scots was kept prisoner for more than a decade is to be ...

03/08/2017

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A collaborative maritime archaeology project to survey World War I shipwrecks is underway in Orkney, using ...

24/07/2017

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The face of an ancient Pict has been digitally recreated using evidence from a Pictish burial discovered in ...

18/07/2017

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Archaeologists from the University of Glasgow have uncovered 'conclusive evidence' that a wooden hut traditionally ...

11/07/2017

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The summer 2017 archaeological dig at Ness of Brodgar in Orkney is about to begin, with volunteers and students ...

04/07/2017

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A new method for conducting materials analysis on historical objects has been developed by an international team, ...

29/06/2017

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A new online atlas has captured all of Scotland’s hillforts in one resource for the first time ever. ...

22/06/2017

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