“Glory be to God for dappled things –”
Rousay is known as the Egypt of the North for its amazing archaeological sites and now it has got even better with the discovery of a Viking Drinking Hall at Skaill Farmstead.
Although the house remains are incredibly fragile and disappearing fast, floor deposits survive, and bones survives very well
an interactive educational resource for children which tells the story of the archaeological excavations of a pre-contact Yup’ik sod house in Quinhagak.
By Bernie Bell
Or – A Begging Letter!
“I first came across Jo McKenzie’s work at the dig at the Ness of Brodgar, last year.”
Exceptional things are still being found at the Ness of Brodgar
“Marc is one of the world leaders in Osteoarchaeology and it is a real honour to host him and his project for four years at Aberdeen.”
There’s much to see in Caithness. It really is a magnificent part of Scotland which you need time to explore.
The Cairns broch and village at Windwick, South Ronaldsay, is rising from the earth, year by year.