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The Ness Needs Your Help!
Our annual clear-up is scheduled for tomorrow – Sunday, June 26, and generally involves giving everything a good tidy up before the diggers return on July 4.
The Aftermath of Waterloo
Were the bones of soldiers killed at the Battle of Waterloo sold as fertilizer?
Swandro Excavation Update
“We’re counting down to the start of the 2022 excavation at Swandro, we’ll be back on site from the 20th June until the 12th August.”
Remembering Pompeii – And Herculaneum
“When I visited Herculaneum I was fortunate enough to have a guide who didn’t stick to the rules and used his keys to let me into places which were usually kept locked. “
The House On The Hill
“From where we were sitting we could look down and across to two crannogs in the Loch “
Cancellation of The Cairns Dig
We’re sorry to announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances, this summer’s excavation at The Cairns has been cancelled.
There’s More To Brochs Than ‘Choost an’ Owld Pile of Ston’ – to quote from the title of Ken McElroy’s dissertation!
“I received the latest Newsletter from the Caithness Broch Project and it has all sorts in it”
The Fate of ‘The Gloucester’: the most important maritime discovery since the Mary Rose.
“The discovery promises to fundamentally change understanding of 17th-century social, maritime and political history.” Prof Claire Jowitt
The OAS Review!
“The Review brings together articles about all kinds of aspects of archaeology, from all kinds of people.”