The four University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute talks featured in the fifth annual Orkney Archaeology Society Brochtoberfest are now available to view online.
The annual event features daily talks and events focused on the Caithness, Shetland and Orkney Iron Age – on subjects ranging from textiles to recent archaeological discoveries.
To view this year’s talks – delivered by institute lecturers and students – click on the links below:
- Martin Carruthers: A Haunted House – Dealing with the Dead at the End of the Cairns Broch
- Jenny Murray: Cultivating the Divine – Iron Age Ritual deposition of agricultural equipment in Shetland Peat Bogs
- Amber Rivers: Changing the narrative about Scottish Iron Age textile production
- Holly Young: What the shell is happening? Examining the marine mollusc assemblage from the Cairns broch