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Archaeological Research in Progress 2019 conference lectures online now!

22nd August 2019 | Categories: Conference, Research

Archaeological Research in Progress (ARP) is a day conference presenting new research findings and best practice in archaeology covering all periods from across Scotland and beyond. It is organised in alternate years by Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.  The event on Saturday 25 May 2019 was well attended, and the wide range of support gratefully received from sponsors helps to demonstrate collaboration and highlights cross-sector support for the rapid dissemination of archaeological research.

“DNA analysis of ancient individuals found in Scotland” by Dr Alison Sheridan & Dr Lisa Brown

“New palaeo-environmental investigations on Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh” by Carla Ferreira

“Prehistoric Carnoustie under the microscope” by Beverley Ballin-Smith

“Staffa & Fingal’s Cave: prehistoric settlement and historic tourism” by Derek Alexander

“Ten years of developer funded archaeology on the Isle of Iona, Argyll” by Clare Ellis

“Unstructured rubbles and structured stones – archaeology on St Kilda” by Anthony Byledbal

“Living on water in the early Iron Age” by Michael Stratigos

“What lies beneath Ayr Academy?” by Iraia Arabaolaza

“A new display for sculpture at St Andrews Cathedral Museum” by John Borland and Jane Geddes

“Links of Noltland: A chronological story of prehistoric settlement” by Kathleen McCaskill

“Homes on hillsides: constructing chronologies for upland settlement” by Sophie McDonald

“Excavations at Dunyvaig Castle, Isle of Islay” by Steven Mithen

“Cheap Treasures: finds from Dutch East Indiamen off the Out Skerries, Shetland” by Colin Martin

We are very grateful to our sponsors without whom this event couldn’t happen: Historic Environment Scotland, Forestry and Land Scotland, AOC Archaeology Group, Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, GUARD Archaeology, Land Use Consultants (LUC), Wessex Archaeology.

Recorded at the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Mallard Productions.

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