Category Archives: Publications

Bearsden: A Fort on the Antonine Wall
by David J Breeze.

New Open Access E-book – Bearsden: A Roman Fort on the Antonine Wall

1st June 2020 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the release of its publication Bearsden: A Fort on the Antonine Wall as an open access e-book, now available through our digital books platform. To download and read the book, please click the link below: Bearsden: A Fort on the Antonine Wall by David J Breeze. https://doi.org/10.9750/9781908332189 The demolition of Victorian…

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Just published: SAIR 90!

19th May 2020 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of a new Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, available now via the SAIR website. The most recent paper reports on excavations at the speculated location of a 13th-century Dominican friary in Edinburgh. The Society gratefully acknowledges the funding of the University of Edinburgh towards the publication of this…

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Just published: SAIR 89!

4th May 2020 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of a new Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, available now via the SAIR website. The most recent paper reports on Excavations at Musselburgh Primary Health Care Centre. The Society gratefully acknowledges the funding of Dawn Construction Ltd towards the publication of this paper. To read the abstract and access…

SAIR 88 now published

SAIR 88 now published

17th February 2020 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of a new Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, available now via the SAIR website. The most recent paper reports on the chapel-sites on the Isle of Lewis. The Society gratefully acknowledges funding from Historic Environment Scotland towards the publication of this SAIR paper. To read the abstract and…

Reconstructed plan of St Giles’ graveyard (© AOC Archaeology group)

Just published: SAIR 87!

11th December 2019 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of a new Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, available now via the SAIR website.   The most recent paper reports on excavations around Parliament House in Edinburgh. The Society gratefully acknowledges the funding of AMEC on behalf of the Scottish Court Service towards the publication of this SAIR…

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Available now! PSAS 148

2nd December 2019 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce that Volume 148 of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is now available to Fellows via our journal platform, hosted by the University of Edinburgh Library. Papers in this year’s journal cover the length and breadth of Scotland and beyond – from Shetland to Rome. This…

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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland launches a free Digital Books platform

9th September 2019 | Categories: Publications, Research

We’ve launched a new online platform to make peer-reviewed academic books about Scottish archaeology and history freely available. The first two titles available through Open Access are Portmahomack on Tarbat Ness (Carver et al., 2016) and The Scottish Antiquarian Tradition (Bell, 1981). Portmahomack on Tarbat Ness presents recent archaeological discoveries in one of the key centres…

Job Opportunity: Publications Officer

Job Opportunity: Publications Officer

27th August 2019 | Categories: Appointments, Publications

**Please note this vacancy has now closed** We’re looking for an excellent candidate to fill this exciting role in the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.  As a charity (charity no SC010440) and an independent publisher of high-quality peer-reviewed books and journals about Scotland’s past we are offering a highly varied role that will provide experience…

Just published! SAIR 83, 84, 85 and 86 now available

Just published! SAIR 83, 84, 85 and 86 now available

25th July 2019 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of four new Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports, available now via the SAIR website. The most recent papers report on excavations at Knappach Toll on Balbridie Farm, Aberdeenshire; North Barr River, Morvern; 19 West Tollcross, Edinburgh; and St Mary’s RC Primary School, Edinburgh. The Society gratefully acknowledges funding towards the publication…

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The Society is recruiting a new Managing Editor!

10th May 2019 | Categories: Appointments, Publications

**The deadline for applications has now passed.** The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is a charity (charity no. SC 010440) and independent publisher of high-quality peer-reviewed books and journals covering the entirety of Scotland’s past with a particular focus on archaeology and history. The Society is seeking an experienced and motivated Managing Editor to take…

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