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Online Archaeological Discussion Evenings

Since the COVID19 lockdown came into force we have been unable to meet in person. As a result we began a series of online Archaeological meetings using the Zoom platform. Speakers make a short presentation on a subject of interest to them followed by a Q and A session. Upcoming meetings can be found on the What's On page, or below.

Most of the events have been recorded, so that you can watch them again. The links to the Zoom or YouTube website are shown below. Note that the Q&A part of the evening is not part of these recordings. Should you specifically want to watch that part, please contact roland.spencerjones@gmail.com.

 

Date   Speaker Title Link
23.04.20   Lachlan McKeggie Domestic Wooden Objects in the National Museum of Scotland   
23.04.20   Malcolm Bangor-Jones Coigach: Exploration of the Rough Quarter  
07.05.20   Duncan Kennedy Highlanders and the Military Landscape Zoom
07.05.20   Mary Peteranna Archaeology of Inverness West Link development, Phases 1&2  Zoom
21.05.20   Marion Ruscoe Raigmore Hospital: from EMS to NHS Zoom
21.05.20   Jonathan Wordsworth Archaeological Evidence for Charcoal Burning in the Highlands Zoom
04.06.20   Cathy Dagg The kelp industry in Lochbroom: Looking beyond the statistics YouTube
04.06.20   Jo Hambly Archaeology of the Wemyss Caves 2019 – unabridged video YouTube
18.06.20   John Borland The Invergowrie Stone - a perfect Pictish stone? YouTube
18.06.20   Susan Kruse Telford in the Kyle of Sutherland YouTube
02.07.20   Eric Grant Tinsmiths & Travellers: Archaeology on the Move YouTube
02.07.20   Rhona Ramsay Nacken Chaetrie in Scottish Museums YouTube
16.07.20   Scott Timpany Recent palaeo-environmental work in the Highlands region YouTube
30.07.20   Adrian Maldonado The last days of Fortriu? The Croy Hoard Revisited YouTube
13.08.20   Graeme Cavers Living in Iron Age Assynt: The Clachtoll Broch and Beyond...  
27.08.20   Mark Chivers et al Constructing Archaeological Maritime Narratives  
10.09.20   Corralie Mils A Dendrochronology Update  

 

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