Analysis of museum material from underwater excavations on shipwrecks in Scotland have highlighted the importance of this resource.
New excavations at this castle highlight the importance of community participation and reveal tantalising evidence of historical events.
A short presentation on new research into the dating of Lairg in Sutherland.
A short presentation highlighting the value of close dating on a single site in Orkney.
Proposals for a new museum layout have enabled new research on the sculpture which highlights its importance and the need for careful redisplay.
Discovery of a probable Roman temporary camp has opened new research questions into our understanding of the Roman invasion of Scotland.
New research into crannogs in Scotland has provided insights into the chronology of ancient life on Scotland’s lochs.
Excavations in advance of development on the famous island of St Kilda have detailed the complexity of remains in the village bay.
Excavations near the famous Abbey have added greater detail to the history of the development of this important island in the development of Christianity in Scotland.
Excavations on Staffa and analysis of Fingal’s Cave supported by the Society have given a greater time-depth and immersive experience for this world famous site.
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