Monthly Archives: March 2014

Next Lecture: When is a crannog not a crannog?

The next lecture in the 2013 – 2014 seminar series will be on the 1st April. The ‘When is a crannog not a crannog? Excavations at the Black Loch of Myrton, Wigtonshire: Scotland’s first loch village‘ will be presented by Anne Crone and Graeme Cavers of AOC Archaeology.

As usual, the lectures will be at 5:30pm in the Meadows Lecture Theatre in the Archaeology Department, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Edinburgh.

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Next Lecture: A Pictish phantasmagoria

The next lecture in the 2013 – 2014 seminar series is Tuesday, March 11th. In a joint meeting with the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, Martin Cook will give a talk on his recent work on Pictish barrows, followed by Gordon Noble with an update on the excavations at Rhynie.

Please note the change of venue: Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies at 3 University Gardens, Glasgow