Tay and Fife Archaeology Conference Videos, 2014

Posted on November 24, 2014


At the beginning of the month I was at the Tay and Fife Archaeology Conference and was lucky enough to have been asked to film some of the talks. I just got permission to publish the last video so here they all are. In no particular order, other than how they ended up in the playlist on YouTube, are the presentations from the conference:

Tayside and Fife, 4000-1500BC: what we know and what we need to find out

Sweetly Refined – ceramics from Dundee’s Sugar House

Circling the square, re-imagining the Pittentian timber circle

Adding a new dimension to Dundee’s carved stones

 Archaic sculpturings to 4D Wemyss

Pit, Pot or Cist? Bronze Age Burial Practices at Broich Road, Crief

Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership: Discover the Ancient Lomonds

Digital reconstruction, interaction and community engagement

Scottish Churches Heritage Research

Future Festivals and Frameworks: ScARF and Dig It! 2015



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