Caroline Brown illustrates how archives are a gateway to the past, open to anyone, they help us connect with and understand our histories and shape our knowledge of who we are.
Professor Marliyn Palmer MBE looks at ways in which elements of comfort and convenience were introduced into Victorian and Edwardian country houses.
Dr Alison Sheridan presents an in-depth assessment of the current state of our knowledge about the period c.4000-2500 BC, and the fundamental changes that resulted from the appearance of farming in Scotland.
Dr David Caldwell presents his Presidential Lecture on the material culture of Scotland and the creation of national identity.
Dr Lindsey Büster FSAScot investigate The Sculptor’s Cave, Covesea, one of the most enigmatic prehistoric sites in Britain.
Dr Matt Knight discusses his research into the remains of Bronze Age objects, often recovered and interpreted as hoards.
Graeme Cruickshank illuminates the far flung reach of Scottish potteries in the early modern period.
Drs Tacye Phillipson and John C Taylor provide a fascinating insight into clockmaking and the mastery of a precise craft in a Royal court.
Derek Hall presents fascinating insights into the development of an important Christian site in the medieval period.
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