The talks, hosted by Community Archaeology Westray, begin at 7.30pm on Thursday, September 30, in the Graand Owld Byre, Westray.
‘Out of the Round: Continuity and connection to landscape in hut circle communities’
On the evening of Friday 24th September, Hannah Genders Boyd will present the next in the UHI Archaeology Institute’s series of monthly online seminars.
The Gnarly Old Question Of Souterrains
“I hadn’t seen this piece of writing before, and have wondered, wondered and wondered about souterrains”
‘The Ness in Rock and Stone’
Orkney International Science Festival talk premieres, Sunday
Analysis of Cata Sand Shells And Whalebone Under Way
UHI Archaeology Institute student Lucy Morris is researching the post-medieval whales for her Masters dissertation.
Documenting The Site of The World’s First Grid Connected Wind Turbine
Costa Hill, Evie- the site of the world’s first wind turbine which connected to the Grid.
Archaeologists Return To Rousay For Skaill Excavation
The dig runs on weekdays from July 5 until July 16. Visitors are welcome to visit the dig between 10am and 4pm.
The Life And Times Of The Cairns
It is a period of stability and change, explained Martin Carruthers, it is generational with its rhythms and routines.
Massive Neolithic Quernstone Discovered in Farmer’s Field
A huge prehistoric quernstone is the latest evidence of an Early Neolithic settlement on the outskirts of Kirkwall, Orkney.
The Life and Times of The Cairns
The excavation at the Iron Age site at The Cairns, South Ronaldsay, is the subject of the next talk hosted by the Orkney Archaeology Society.