The Career in Ruins podcast team dig a little deeper into the site, finding possible medieval structures, a Roman kiln and a surprise discovery…
In this call for papers, we welcome contributions on how to practically go about organising re-enactments, from, for example, re-enactors, guides, museum curators and educators, experimental archaeologists, historians, and teachers.
A huge prehistoric quernstone is the latest evidence of an Early Neolithic settlement on the outskirts of Kirkwall, Orkney.
The fingerprint of a potter has been found on a pot sherd from the huge assemblage recovered from the Ness of Brodgar.
‘St Magnus Houp’ – can you help our research team track down this elusive placename? #thinkuhi #research #orkney
Dr Simon Gilmour, director of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, discusses the post-excavation work at the ongoing University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute excavation at The Cairns, South Ronaldsay, Orkney.
The Career in Ruins podcast team break ground and begin their excavation.
The Career in Ruins podcast team arrive on site, showing the planning and preparation work that goes into an archaeological excavation.
The excavation at the Iron Age site at The Cairns, South Ronaldsay, Orkney, is the subject of the next talk hosted by the Orkney Archaeology Society.
The Career in Ruins podcast team discuss their forthcoming dig, sharing the planning and preparation work that goes into choosing where to dig.
The trading links between Scotland and Flanders is the subject of a documentary on BBC Radio Scotland on Friday morning, April 2.
Julie Gibson, Orkney’s county archaeologist and UHI Archaeology Institute lecturer, features on tonight’s BBC1 Scotland programme Disclosure: how you can stop climate change at 7.30pm.