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Archaeological discoveries at the Achtriochtan settlement, Glencoe - video

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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)

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