Tag Archives: archaeology

Today is World Heritage Day!

18th April 2019 | Categories: Publications, Research, Shop

Today is World Heritage Day! World Heritage Day is celebrated on 18 April every year. Scotland is home to six UNESCO world heritage sites, from the frontier of the Antonine Wall to the cliffs of St Kilda. Research on the six sites has appeared in the Proceedings, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports and our monographs throughout…

Archaeological Research in Progress 2018

8th May 2018 | Categories: Conference, Publications

Archaeological Research in Progress 2018 is taking place on Saturday 26 May at the Engine Shed in Stirling. This annual national conference gives you the opportunity to hear about the most recent archaeological projects across Scotland, this year particularly focusing on research in Stirlingshire, Perthshire, Kinross, Fife, and Argyll. To get you in the mood,…

Publications awards: 2018 submissions

23rd April 2018 | Categories: Publications

We are now welcoming submissions for volume 148 of the Proceedings. The deadline for submissions is 30 November 2018, but we recommend submitting as early as possible. Papers can be on any subject surrounding Scotland’s heritage, history or archaeology. Please visit bit.ly/PSASsubmit for information about submitting an article. This year, we also invite submissions for…

Book Offer on World Heritage Day!

18th April 2018 | Categories: Publications, Shop

Did you know that Scotland is home to six World Heritage Sites? Over the years, the Society has published research on these sites in our books and journals. In celebration of World Heritage Day 2018 we are offering a 25% discount on two Society monographs each of which deals with one of Scotland’s World Heritage…

The Society is looking to recruit a ScARF Project Manager

16th March 2018 | Categories: Appointments, Research, ScARF

**Please note that applications for this post have now closed** Scottish Archaeological Research Framework Project Manager The Society is seeking an exceptional candidate for the post of ScARF Project Manager. Responsible for every aspect of the Scottish Archaeological Research Framework project, from sourcing contributors and content to final publication and marketing, ensuring consistency and high…

ScARF News: ARCH are looking to recruit a Project Officer

12th March 2018 | Categories: Partnership, Research, ScARF

Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands are looking to recruit a Project Officer to work on the Regional Archaeological Research Framework for the Highlands as part of the wider ScARF project supported by Historic Environment Scotland as part of Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy. The successful applicant to the post of Project Officer will need to have…

SAIR user feedback survey

19th February 2018 | Categories: Consultation, Publications

Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports (SAIR) is an Open Access publication which was established by a consortium comprising the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Historic Scotland, and the Council for British Archaeology. Its purpose was to publish freely accessible and fully peer reviewed information more suited to an electronic format than a traditional print journal. The…

Native and Roman on the Northern Frontier – available to pre-order

6th February 2018 | Categories: Publications

  The Society is pleased to announce that our next book, Native and Roman on the Northern Frontier, will publish in March 2018. This new publication, by Roger Mercer FSA Scot, presents the definitive report of a programme of excavation and survey at two sites south of Eskdalemuir, Dumfriesshire, which have wide-ranging implications for the…

Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll (RARFA) launched!

18th December 2017 | Categories: Research, ScARF

The ScARF team are pleased to announce that the Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll (RARFA) is now live! http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/rarfa Just over two years ago, in November 2015, Kilmartin Museum organised a two day symposium to bring together all those researching the archaeology and history of Argyll. The symposium brought together a wide range of…

Available now! PSAS 146

30th November 2017 | Categories: Publications

The Society is pleased to announce that Volume 146 of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is now available to Fellows via ADS. The latest volume of the Proceedings includes papers ranging from the Mesolithic era to the Second World War, from Melrose to Orkney and treats subjects as broad as a medieval…