Sketch by W. A. Donnelly (dated 1895) of the Cup & Ring marks on the Cochno Stone, West Dunbartonshire. Published by John Bruce in 1896 image via The Urban Prehistorian
Searching for the Lost City of Natounia
Until now, the existence of the royal city known as Natounia on the Kapros, or alternatively as Natounissarokerta, has been documented only on a few coins dating from the first century BC.
More News From Kilmartin Museum
On the left is a photograph of a Beaker pot from Upper Largie as it appears today in the Museum’s nationally significant Prehistoric Collection. A three-dimensional digital reconstruction showing how this pot appeared over five thousand years ago is on the right
‘We Plough The Fields & Scatter’
“The fields are being ploughed ready for sowing. The archaeologists are gearing up for a different kind of season of digging, and Howie has been combining the two”
A New Book About Rock Art In Scotland!
“Prehistoric Rock Art In Scotland – Archaeology Meaning and Engagement’ has been produced and published by Scotland’s Rock Art Project (ScRAP)”
Sakaro Sodo Monoliths Ethiopia of 1st Century AD
Under consideration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sakaro Sodo and other archeological sites in the Gedeo zone have the largest number and highest concentration of megalithic stele monuments in Africa
Exploring A Virtual Skara Brae
The model, available to view on Sketchfab, allows virtual visitors an immersive digital experience of the Neolithic settlement, including the opportunity to gain virtual access to House 7
You Can Never Have Too Many Links!
“What else is still to be found?”
Jebel Sahaba: Conflict & War
Jebel Sahaba is one of the earliest sites showing human warfare , 13,400 years ago.
‘Cup’ Marks – Past and Present
” thinking along the lines of how memories can change or be lost, and how stories, legends and mythologies can develop associated with what we see around us”