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“Archaeological Science: looking to the future” by Dr Lisa Brown

An exploration of current and future scientific techniques applied to archaeological research in Scotland.

“Archaeological Science: looking to the future” a lecture delivered by Dr Lisa Brown MA(Hons) MSc FSA Scot MCIfA, Archaeological Science Manager, historic Environment Scotland.

The lecture explores the application of scientific techniques and technology to archaeology in Scotland through several current projects.

This lecture was recorded by Mallard Productions for the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland at the National Museums Scotland at 6pm on 11 March 2019.

The lecture was also presented in Shetland in partnership with Archaeology Shetland and Shetland Museum and Archives. With thanks to Society Fellow Sir Angus Grossart QC OBE DL LLD DLitt FRSE FSA Scot for generously supporting the filming of the Society’s 2017-18 lecture programme.