Category Archives: Consultation


Society Heritage Hub Project: Public Workshop

15th April 2024 | Categories: Consultation, Uncategorised, Up and coming events

Earlier this year, we commissioned the consultancy Horizons Research to gather a wide range of thoughts and ideas from many people on our plan to purchase and develop a nearby building to serve as a new office space for the Society, a meeting place for Fellows, and a space for events, workshops, and much more….

Photo of a carved runestone slab with an interpretation board

Viking-Age Runestone Unveiled in New Edinburgh Home

31st March 2023 | Categories: Consultation, Partnership, Research, Uncategorised

In March, the Society was delighted to attend the unveiling of Edinburgh’s 1,000-year-old runestone in its new home on the University of Edinburgh campus. This event celebrated the completion of the stone’s conservation, relocation and interpretation; a project which has involved a range of organisations and people, including the Society, the University of Edinburgh, the…


SAIR user feedback survey

19th February 2018 | Categories: Consultation, Publications

Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports (SAIR) is an Open Access publication which was established by a consortium comprising the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Historic Scotland, and the Council for British Archaeology. Its purpose was to publish freely accessible and fully peer reviewed information more suited to an electronic format than a traditional print journal. The…

Scotland's Archaeology Strategy

Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy consultation opens

25th March 2015 | Categories: Consultation

As part of a ten year Archaeology Strategy, Historic Scotland are asking members of the public and people in the sector for feedback on how to make archaeology more accessible and meaningful to them, by launching a twelve-week public consultation. The Scottish Government Agency are keen to hear opinions on how well the current draft…

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