The archaeobotanical assemblage from the Braes of Ha’Breck, on the Orkney island of Wyre, is among those analysed in a new paper published in the journal Antiquity.
Dr Sarah Jane Gibbon and UHI Archaeology Institute PhD student Jenny Murray will be among the speakers at the St Magnus Symposium in Orkney on Friday.
The rescheduled Shapinsay launch event for the Tombs of the Isles project will take place on Tuesday, September 6.
An article from Current Archaeology magazine looking at dolmens – in particular the thoughts of Professor Colin Richards (UHI Archaeology Institute) and Professor Vicki Cummings (University of Central Lancashire).
Next week a team from from the UHI Archaeology Institute will begin the a new project investigating crannogs in Orkney.
UHI Archaeology Institute PhD student Darroch Bratt has passed his viva with flying colours.
The final report for the Orkney Energy Landscapes project is now available to download.
To mark Scotland’s Year of Stories, a new project to record Orcadian folktales is being led by Dr Ragnhild Ljosland of the UHI Archaeology Institute
An academic paper co-authored by Professor Colin Richards of the UHI Archaeology Institute is the winner of the 2022 Ben Cullen Prize
The UHI Archaeology Institute has been placed 14th in the UK archaeology rankings, and second in Scotland, following a nationwide assessment of university-based research.
A Pictish symbol stone will be on display at the Orkney Museum for the first time this summer as part of an exhibition exploring the history of Newark, Deerness, Orkney.
The LIFTE project team gathered in Orkney for their first in-person meeting since the project began in October 2020.
A news story about the St Magnus Cathedral Graffiti Project, which has seen the publication of a leaflet detailing some of the inscriptions found in the 12th century cathedral.
At the UK Archaeological Science conference in Aberdeen, Dr Magdalena Blanz and colleagues won the runner-up poster prize for early career researchers.
Register now for March’s free UHI Archaeology Seminar – “Roots and Routes in Polynesia: investigating the fabulous Ara Metua and the colonisation of Rarotonga”
The Westray launch events for the Tombs of the Isles community project will take place on Thursday, March 31, and Friday, April 1.
The UHI Archaeology Institute Tombs of the Isles community project reaches Eday this week, with launch events on March 3 and 4.
Dates have been set for the rest of the Tombs of the Isles launch events in Orkney’s North Isles – including a new date for Westray, which had to be postponed this week.