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  • TARRADALE THROUGH TIME is delighted to announce that it is are on the shortlist for the Current Archaeology magazine Research Project of the year. This is great recognition for all the effort and support from the many people that been involved. Please vote for us and to get as many of your friends and colleagues to vote for us as well. Find out more and vote at https://www.archaeology.co.uk/awards/research-project-of-the-year-2021.htm?.

  • It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jonie Guest. Jonie was a good friend to many of us, and also a very active and hugely important member of NOSAS for many years. A long time member of the committee, she was once Secretary, and latterly leader on Skills and Training and editor of the newsletter. She was also a member of the Tarradale Through Time project committee.

  • During the Covid-19 lockdown, we've sadly had no meetings or field trips. Instead, we've initiated a series of online MAD evenings where two people make a presentation on a topic that interests them, with Q&A afterwards. A list of these presentations with links so that you can watch them again can be found here

  • A previously unknown Pictish cross slab (right) was discovered by NOSAS members near Conon Bridge in 2019. The find was subsequently removed from the site for conservation and will be installed on permanent display in Dingwall Museum in 2020. See our Facebook Post and Blog Post for more general information on the project.

  • NOSAS has a new publication out. A Year of Highland Archaeology features 10 articles each focusing on diverse and exciting archaeology that NOSAS has been with involved with recently. Find out more - including how to buy - here, or read the blog.

  • Check out our new page Historical Routes Through the Highlands where we feature pdf information sheets for various important old routes which you can download or print. The latest route available is The Tollie Path, from Poolewe to Slattadale.

  • A NOSAS project digitising the Lovat Estate Maps began in April 2018. 500 maps are now available on the National Library of Scotland website. See the new blog post.

  • NOSAS has been cataloguing and sorting over 5000 aerial photographs gifted by the late Jim Bone in May 2018. These slides, prints and digital images now make up the JS Bone Collection. See the recent related blog post

  • Scotland's Rock Art Project (ScRAP), a major 5 year study funded by HES, is ongoing with full NOSAS involvement. For more information see our Current Projects page, the new SCRAP website and the new blog post

  • Other recent posts on the NOSAS Blog include David’s Fort Revisited – and a Strange Coincidence?The Archaeology of the Findhorn DunesDroning on about Tarradale and Pictish Eagles and the Strathpeffer Stone.  On our Survey Reports Page you will find the recent additions on Urchany, Inverlaidnan, Ardboll Township, Kinbeachie Castle, Isle Ewe, Isle Martin and Tanera Mor.


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