Archaeological Research in Progress 2018

Posted on October 30, 2019


Every year Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland host a conference on research in progress happening around Scotland. Last year I filmed it. You can see the videos here:

Conference info

Archaeological Research in Progress 2018 is the annual national conference that 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.

‘This is ane koull of Tullilum’ – excavations at Perth Whitefriars 2014-2017

The Arrochar parish in the time of the Macfarlane chiefdom – recent archaeological discoveries

A step towards national mapping – Scotland in miniature and maximizing the use of remote sensed data

The Lismore Nave Project

From Hilltop to Shoreline

In Search of the Early Medieval Monastery of Deer

A plethora of periods and some groovy pottery: the latest discoveries at Upper Largie quarry

After SERF: the post-excavation, writing up and legacy of a major archaeological project

Baston Burn: A cairney/brochy thing!

Adopt a Monument – Results of evaluation





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