“The site, which was in use from the Norse period until the 19th century, is also the home to a large Norse hall.”
Using expertise from fields which include archaeological science, computer graphics and video game development, the methods are designed to allow anyone to produce high-quality images and models with minimal effort and cost.
“one of my favourite places on that holiday – Men an Tol”
Wayland’s Smithy among the Beeches
The Cairns…Dolmens …Much of interest
Voting has opened in the 2023 Current Archaeology Awards.
In a recent University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute seminar, Dr Antonia Thomas explored the theme of Art & Archaeology as interdisciplinary creative research and practice……..
Archaeology, Climate Change and Sustainability: Island Perspectives – will be delivered during the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow
‘Orkney Energy Landscapes’ led by Dan Lee, Archaeology Institute of UHI and Richard Irvine of St Andrew’s University is hoping to record and capture the archaeological fragments of Orkney’s relationship with energy production.
We’re sorry to announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances, this summer’s excavation at The Cairns has been cancelled.