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Next Lecture: Living on Water – Early Iron Age crannog research in Loch Tay

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Reconstruction of Oakback Crannog by Michael Stratigos from http://www.livingonwater.scot/

The next lecture in the 2017 – 2018 seminar series will be on Tuesday the 6th March.

Derek Hamilton & Michael Stratigos: Living on Water: Early Iron Age crannog research in Loch Tay.

The project website can be found at: http://www.livingonwater.scot/

 

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

Please note that the building is locked at 18.00, so if you arrive late you will probably not be able to get in.

 

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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.