We are always looking for volunteers to help with archaeological work throughout the Falkirk district. Some of this work is pre-planned as indicated in the following list, but much is in response to circumstances. Each year, for example a fieldwalking exercise is conducted on one of the Antonine Wall forts after it is ploughed and […]
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To view the 2019 Digs Guide as it appeared in issue 350 of Current Archaeology magazine, click here.
Aden Mansion House is now a ruin. It was probably built around 1758 after the Russell family acquired the estate. It was reconstructed in 1832-3 by John Smith and fell into disrepair in the 1920s. A geophysical survey revealed details of the gardens under the current lawn and also a possible earlier structure. We will […]
Excavation of Neolithic Kerb Cairns continues in 2019, with prehistoric cremation burials on a later multi settlement site up to the 13th & 14th centuries. All ages are welcome to participate in excavation but all expenses to be paid by student/visitor alike. No disabled access is available.
The Battle Hill Prehistoric Landscape Project is the 19th Season of research into Aberdeenshire’s prehistoric settlement patterns and will explore a Neolithic Cairn, a possible Bronze Age Cairn, an Iron Age Hillfort and Early Medieval material. The project is open to students and volunteers over the age of 17, and the price includes accommodation, food […]
Swartigill lies within the famous Yarrows landscape in Caithness, a small area of incredible richness of prehistoric remains. in the far north of Scotland. Our site was indicated in 2004 by some stonework eroding out of the bank of the Swartigill burn which rises from Oliclett, an extensive Mesolithic occupation site discovered 3 years previously. […]