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Scots university’s new exhibition celebrates history of ancient village

A NEW exhibition at The University of Dundee helps bring to life a neolithic village. Asikli Höyük in central Antolia, a peninsula that today constitutes...

Architects’ rebrand is a blueprint for continued expansion

Firm that helped shape Edinburgh looks outward for next phase of growth AN ARCHITECTURE practice that has helped shape modern Edinburgh through several major city-centre...

Scots university wins prestigious Archaeology award for research on Picts

Fascinating research revealing a new picture of Scotland's Pictish past, has won a prestigious Archaeology award. The University of Aberdeen, has won the Current Archaeology’s...

Airborne laser scan reveals unknown ancient sites

A cutting-edge archaeological project using innovative technology has revealed around 1,000 previously unknown archaeological sites on the Isle of Arran. The project, undertaken by archaeologists...

Scots cave saved for all time in cyberspace

A SCOTTISH cave containing Europe’s biggest collection of Pictish art has been saved for all time in cyberspace. A 3D model of the Wemyss caves...

The existence of Orkney’s famous Stone Age Village is in danger

RISING sea levels are threatening the existence of Orkney’s famous Stone Age Village of Skara Brae, an official report has revealed. Older than Stonehenge and...

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