News  |  Posted July 14, 2021

Dig It! Announces Partnership with Jambo! Radio and the Archaeology Podcast Network

In partnership with Jambo! Radio and the Archaeology Podcast Network, the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland’s Dig It! project has announced a series of radio interviews and podcast episodes to coincide with the Scotland Digs 2021 campaign. Coordinated by Dig It!, a hub for Scottish archaeology, the campaign is shining a spotlight on Scotland’s world-class community and development-led archaeology this …

News  |  Posted March 3, 2020

Society joins the Climate Heritage Network

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland has joined the Climate Heritage Network, a voluntary, mutual support network committed to aiding their communities in tackling climate change and achieving the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.  The immense power of arts, culture and heritage to drive just and transformative climate action often goes untapped. The Climate Heritage Network was launched in October 2019 …

News  |  Posted January 17, 2019

New Dig It! TV video collection

Dig It! recently launched a series of eight fantastic videos exploring some of Scotland’s most curious castles. Supported by the Castle Studies Trust, the collection, which adds to the existing Backyard Castles series on YouTube channel Dig It! TV, invites viewers from across the world to experience Scotland’s heritage found in some surprising places! Check out the videos here.

News  |  Posted March 30, 2018

Establishing a Scottish Network for Nineteenth-Century European Cultures

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland has been successful, with Dr Katherine Mitchell, University of Strathclyde, in securing grant funding from the Royal Society of Edinburgh!  This project will undertake a series of workshops and public event to establish a network of experts to examine Scottish and European exchanges in the long nineteenth century (1780 to 1914) and their relevance to …

News  |  Posted March 12, 2018

ScARF News: ARCH are looking to recruit a Project Officer

Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands are looking to recruit a Project Officer to work on the Regional Archaeological Research Framework for the Highlands as part of the wider ScARF project supported by Historic Environment Scotland as part of Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy. The successful applicant to the post of Project Officer will need to have good research skills and a …

News  |  Posted December 20, 2017


The Runestone is now on the move…. Thanks to the great team work and support of all project partners* over the past few months during the Year of History, Heritage and Art (HHA 2017) we are delighted to announce the ancient Runestone has now been excavated and lifted out of the ground. Today, AOC Archaeology’s expert crew, carefully removed the …