Beautiful wallpapers, patterned textiles, and interiors decorated with murals and stencilled designs – the design culture created by the decorated farmhouses of Hälsingland.
Choosing the Right Tool for the Job: Ancient Milling in Volubilis
Dough mixing vats and millstones from Roman-era ruins of Volubilis were made from specific rock types that probably improved each tool’s function.
Developing Orkney’s World Heritage Site: Share Your Views
Proposals have been put forward on the development of Orkney’s World Heritage Site – known as The Heart of Neolithic Orkney which comprises the Maeshowe tomb, The Standing Stones of Stenness, The Ring of Brodgar and the village settlement of Skara Brae.
The Strange Case of Orkney Islands Council & 200 Cruise Ships #ClimateCrisis
Orkney Islands Council is set to welcome 200 Cruise ships into the islands in 2022 despite serious concerns from many islanders and a little thing called ‘A Climate Emergency’.
The Scientific Landscape – A Landscape Of Power
“Science must become less unequal, more cooperative and more open.”
Revealing the Forest Hidden Past of Angkor
The Greater Angkor region in Cambodia has slowly been revealing its forest hidden past to archaeologists.
Sunday 18th April #WorldHeritageDay
18th April is World Heritage Day
Inverted Architecture Revealed in Maeshowe Tomb
“The swaps include the reversal of multiple architectural features normally placed on the right-hand side being on the left only inside the side chambers. “
A Safe Return to School
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has warned that the pandemic has created the most severe disruption in the world’s education systems in history
How do Orcadians View The Heart of Neolithic Orkney?
The impact of mass tourism on the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘The Heart of Neolithic Orkney’ was the subject of a public consultation commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland.