The new 2022 Orkney Archaeology Society annual review is now available for non members to purchase.
The annual publication looks at archaeological and heritage work undertaken in the islands the previous year.
Among the contributors to the 2022 review are UHI Archaeology Institute staff and students, writing on the Ness of Brodgar and The Cairns excavations and the Orkney Energy Landscapes project.
The contents of this year’s publication, the seventh in the series, are:
- The Ness of Brodgar excavations 2021
- Cultural change and identity: Red deer and Neolithic burial practices in Orkney
- Orkney Energy Landscapes
- Scapa Flow Museum
- The Hoy and Walls Trail
- Desperate measures or delicacies? Shellfish and diet at The Cairns
- St Magnus Cathedral Graffiti Project
- The World of Stonehenge at the British Museum
- Investigating loss of cultural heritage from coastal erosion using a 3d multidisciplinary approach
- A microscopic analysis of the stone spatulate tools from the Ness of Brodgar
- The mathematics of the Neolithic
- Caroline Wickham-Jones: “A generous friend and scholar”
The book, which is free to members of the society, is available for non-members to buy here, priced £10.