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The Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland are an essential part of the organisation and today we have over 2500 Fellows.

Our Fellows are a diverse group of people with one common passion – the past. The majority of our Fellows are based in Scotland and across the UK, along with a growing number from continental Europe and overseas.

Fellows might be established or emerging researchers, amateur enthusiasts or heritage experts. When you become a Fellow you join a diverse network of people who want to learn more about Scotland’s archaeology and history.

Fellowship supports the Society’s work as an independent voice for the heritage sector and enables the Society to promote research excellence and understanding of Scotland’s past.

A map of the world to illustrate where Fellows are based is found here.

Fellowship helps ensure the future of a prestigious organisation that has been part of Scotland’s intellectual landscape for over 230 years.

Fellows are elected to the Society once a year at our Anniversary Meeting on the 30th November. The deadline for completed applications reaching the Society’s office is no later than 1st September.

Find out more about Fellowship and how to apply.

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Why Become a Fellow?

Why Become a Fellow?

Our Fellows are from a diverse range of backgrounds – together they are inspired by the past

Fellowship Types

Fellowship Types

There are four Fellowship types

International Fellowship

International Fellowship

We have Fellows all around the globe

Fellowship Enquiry

Fellowship Enquiry

Please contact us to find out more about becoming a Fellow

Who Are Our Fellows?

Who Are Our Fellows?

The Society brings together like-minded people

How to Apply

How to Apply

New Fellows are put forward for election once a year at our Anniversary Meeting on the 30th November

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