Society funding helped excavate a rich Iron Age site in Moray.
The Society grant-aided a small excavation into a suspected crannog
Reconstruction images of excavated Atlantic roundhouses funded by the Society
The first archaeological excavations on Staffa were funded by the Society
A Gunning Jubilee Gift enabled an early career researcher to study Pictish sculpture at Groam House Museum and Nigg Old Church
The Society helped transform an early Bronze Age burial into one of the best researched of its kind.
Scientific analysis of window glass fragments interrogates their composition and manufacture.
The Society funded the identification of whale bone from Cladh Hallan, South Uist.
Investigating 19th century Scottish industry abroad and within a European context using a Society grant
A Society grant funded thin-section analysis of deposits excavated at the Ness of Brodgar.
Research into the archives of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Public Records Office
A Society grant enabled the geophysical survey of a Roman fort on the Antonine Wall.
A grant from the Society enabled the gathering of information from two important organisations.
The Society’s grant contributed to macrofossil analysis and radiocarbon dating costs for the project.
Grant from the Society is helping to uncover a Late Bronze Age coastal mortuary complex along the Moray coast.
Visit to the Stiftsbibliothek was only possible thanks to a grant from the Society
A Society grant is crucial in this project to record Bronze Age rock art.
Grant funding enabled research into the private Cawdor Estate archive
The Society helped fund transcription of reports and the creation of a database
Society grant funding enabled a modern survey of this impressive dun
Micromorphology funded by the Society to investigate spatial differences in activities across the Ness of Brodgar
Grant support from the Society demonstrated the importance of the local HER
Interim report on research by Dr Elizabeth Darling funded by the Society
The Society grant aided the detailed laser scanning of the Pictish symbol stone
A Society grant helped to support geophysical survey at Dunkeld Cathedral
The Gunning Jubilee Gift enabled the study of the East India Company’s manuscripts
The Society funded geophysical survey at two Pictish symbol stones
The Society helped fund excavations at an Iron Age site in Moray
The Society helped fund this survey looking for signs of early humans in Scotland.
The Society grant covered the laboratory costs for analysing sherds of Iron Age pottery
The Society grant aided a ground penetrating radar survey of this potentially important Viking site
The Society’s grant contributed to radiocarbon dating costs for the project
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