Category Archives: lecture

Next FMSG Lecture: A broch in Orkney

The next lecture in the 2016 – 2017 seminar series will be on the 4th April.

Martin Carruthers: The Life, Death and After-life of a broch. Excavations at The Cairns, Orkney

As usual, the lecture will be at 6:00pm in the Teviot Lecture Theatre in the Archaeology Department, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Edinburgh.

Next Lecture: Early Medieval Iona

The next lecture in the 2016 – 2017 seminar series will be on the 7th March. 

Ewan Campbell / Adrian Maldonado: Rethinking the archaeology of early medieval Iona: reassessment and recent work

The next FMSG seminar will take place on Tuesday 7th March at 18.00 in Room 202, Celtic & Gaelic, 3 University Gardens, Glasgow.

Next Lectures: Iron Age Culduthel and Ferrous Slag analysis

The next lecture in the 2016 – 2017 seminar series will be on the 6th December. There will be two presentations:

Candy Hatherley: An Iron Age metal-working community at Culduthel, Inverness – Conclusions

Scott Stetkiewicz: Ferrous slag analysis in Scotland and beyond

As usual, the lectures will be at 6:00pm in the Teviot Lecture Theatre in the Archaeology Department, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Edinburgh.

Next lecture: Warrior Graves? Rethinking the weapon burial rite

The next lecture in the 2016 – 2017 seminar series will be on the 1st November. The ‘Warrior Graves? Rethinking the weapon burial rite in Viking Britain and Ireland‘ will be presented by Stephen Harrison of the University of Glasgow.

As usual, the lectures will be at 6:0pm in the Meadows Lecture Theatre in the Archaeology Department, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Edinburgh.

 

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.

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