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Tarradale Through TimeCommunity Engagement with Archaeology in the Highlands

NOSAS has been awarded £69,300 of Heritage Lottery Funding to undertake a community archaeological project on the Black Isle commencing Autumn 2017. Further information can be found on the Tarradale Through Time website.

Summaries of what the project has achieved so far can be read on the NOSAS Blog herehere and here

2017 Excavations. C14 Radiocarbon dates have now been published from our Shell Midden excavations. Rare Mesolithic antler tools were found, including two T axes, of which only another 3 examples are known in the UK. See the most recent information here.

2018 Excavations. TTT excavated Gilchrist Promontory Fort and Balvattie Enclosed Settlement in September. See the Blog post here

2019 Excavations focused on the Barrow Cemetery. These took place from 31st August until 15th September. Find out more in the Blog Post.

If you would like to get in touch please email tarradalethroughtime@gmail.com.

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TARRADALE THROUGH TIME is delighted to announce that we 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?

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