20/09/2018
Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Archaeological discoveries at the Achtriochtan settlement, Glencoe - video

362f4473-8247-408c-a737-58d59dbb50e3

National Trust for Scotland's recent archaeological discoveries at the Achtriochtan settlement in Glencoe are highlighted in this four-minute video.

In the Trust's latest video, NTS president Neil Oliver visited Glencoe with Derek Alexander, the Trust's head of archaeology and Natasha Ferguson, lead inventory officer for Project Reveal.

MORE: What would life have been like at Glencoe at the time of the Glencoe massacre?

(video courtesy of National Trust for Scotland)

Back to "Scottish archaeology" Category

20/09/2018 Share this story   Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Recent Updates

Historian Gilbert Burnet was born - On this day in history

Scottish historian Gilbert Burnet was born on 18 September 1643.


David Dunbar Buick was born - On this day in history

Scottish inventor David Dunbar Buick was born on 17 September 1854.


On this day in Scottish history - King James VII of Scotland died

King James VII of Scotland died on 16 September 1701. ...


The Hector emigrant ship left Loch Broom bound for Canada

The Hector emigrant ship left Loch Broom bound for Canada on 15 September 1773.


Other Articles

Geographer Robert Gordon was born - On this day in history

Scottish geographer Robert Gordon of Straloch was born on 14 September 1580. ...


Call and Response: The University of Glasgow & Slavery

Members of the public are invited to react and respond to a new exhibition at the University of Glasgow that ...


On this day in Scottish history - Scottish horticulturist William McNab died

Scottish horticulturist William McNab died on 12 September 1848.


The Battle of Stirling Bridge was fought - On this day in history

The Battle of Stirling Bridge was fought on 11 September 1297.