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Dr Candy Hatherley will present on the Iron Age craftworking site of Culduthel, which was identified near Inverness in 2005. The results of this excavation have now been published and reveal a vivid picture of an Iron Age community engaged in developed and sustained production of iron, bronze and glass objects between the late First Millennium BC and early First Millennium AD. Dr Candy Hatherley will take us on a tour of the site and discuss what Culduthel means for Iron Age studies in Scotland and beyond.
You can also find the recently published book on Culduthel by both Dr Candy Hatherley and Ross Murray within our online shop. For the 8th and 9th of November use the discount code culduthel2021 to get free P&P.
Lecturer: Dr Candy Hatherley BA (Hons) PhD MCIfA FSAScot
Dr Candy Hatherley is an archaeologist with over 25 years of experience of excavation and research in Scotland and throughout the UK. Her research interests centre on later prehistoric settlement and the evolution of domestic stone architecture in north-east Scotland. She is currently a Project Manager at Headland Archaeology.
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