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

A short presentation highlighting the value of close dating on a single site in Orkney.

Kathleen McCaskill, The Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre, presents a short lecture on “‘Links of Noltland: A chronological story of prehistoric settlement through radiocarbon dating and Bayesian analysis” at the Archaeological Research in Progress (ARP 2019) national day conference on Saturday 25th May 2019 at the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

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.

Sponsored by: 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.