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A new public garden is to be created, inspired by a 17th-century physic garden which once stood within the grounds ...

21/03/2017

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Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have been awarded £10,000 for a dig to uncover evidence of a grammar ...

14/03/2017

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A rare antique map of the world which was destined for the skip has been painstakingly restored and will go on ...

13/03/2017

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In a new guest article to celebrate the Year of History, Heritage & Archaeology, Three Chimneys Restaurant owner ...

01/03/2017

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A new project has been launched allowing members of the public to get involved in the archaeology and heritage of ...

28/02/2017

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National Museum of Scotland has announced details of a £480,000 project to explore artefacts acquired by British ...

24/02/2017

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A new campaign has launched this week, inviting the public to back an appeal for one of Scotland's finest Viking ...

23/02/2017

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Marine archaeologists from the Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology this week completed an underwater survey of ...

23/02/2017

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The University of the Highlands & Islands Archaeology Institute has released details of its 2017 digs which ...

21/02/2017

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A new history project to explore Perth's medieval past, by locating and re-creating the royal tombs of the ...

21/02/2017

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Archaeologists working in advance of the construction of two football pitches in Carnoustie, Angus, have recently ...

20/02/2017

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Learn more about the work of Professor Angela McCarthy, one of the members of the History Scotland editorial board. ...

14/02/2017

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