Awarded every three years to an individual who, in a voluntary capacity, has made an outstanding contribution to Scottish archaeological or related work
This prestigious silver medal is awarded every three years to an individual who, in a voluntary capacity, has made an outstanding contribution to Scottish archaeological or related work. It commemorates Miss Dorothy Marshall who in her own long lifetime contributed so much to Scottish archaeology and especially in the area of her beloved Island of Bute and marks the Society’s gratitude for the bequest to the Society following her death in 1992.
1995 Tam Ward – especially for fieldwork around Biggar
1998 Mr WF (Bill) Cormack – especially for his contribution in Dumfries & Galloway
2001 Miss Elizabeth B Rennie – especially for her Cowal fieldwork
2004 Major Patrick Cave-Browne – especially for his study of ancient technology and for educational work
2007 Mr Iain Keillar – especially for his contribution in Moray
2010 Mr Walter Elliot – especially for his contribution to the archaeology and history of his native Borders
2013 Ms Jean Comrie – especially for her outstanding contribution to archaeology in Scotland
2016 Miss Audrey Henshall – especially for her outstanding contribution to archaeology and textiles of Scotland and especially the chambered cairns of Scotland.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries regarding this award. Council consider nominees for the award every three years, usually at their summer meeting.
The next award will be made at the Anniversary Meeting in 2016 and the final decision on nominees in the summer of that year.
There is no specific application form for the Medal but nominations from Fellows and non-Fellows are very welcome. Nominations should include the full name and contact details of the nominee, the reason for their nomination bearing in mind the remit of the award and a brief biography of the nominee of no more than 300 words. An online nomination form is available.
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