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Tag: archaeology

Bannockburn’s earliest visitors revealed

TRACES of a very early visitor to the Bannockburn area have been discovered during archaeological work in preparation for a new battlefield visitor centre. Charcoal...

New approach to strengthen Scots archaeology

THE way Historic Scotland supports and funds archaeology projects across the country is to be strengthened. The heritage agency has completed a review of the...

Monastic cemetery find “unique”, say archaeologists

THE discovery of the bodies of 15th century monks has been described as “unprecedented” by archaeologists. The monastic cemetery was uncovered earlier this week by...

Monk skeleton find halts roadworks

ROADWORKS in a Scots town have been suspended after workers found skeletons believed to be those of 15th Century monks. Archaeologists were called in after...

£12b sunken loot could be found by new technology

A HOARD of treasure worth at least £12bn could be buried in the sands of a Scottish firth, a world-renowned marine expert claimed today. Historians...

Mystery over “anti-witchcraft symbols” found in archaeological dig

By Niamh Anderson   WITCHCRAFT experts are investigating a Halloween mystery unearthed in the far north of Scotland. Mysterious symbols found inside a building buried under sand...

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