Founded in 1958, the Scottish Medievalists Conference is a charity registered in Scotland which mounts an annual conference in Scotland in January each year. Membership of the Conference is by invitation only; the members are drawn from the fields of history, archaeology, literature, law and other disciplines. Contact details Facebook
A very active amateur society operates in the Clydesdale area in Scotland. Regular lecture and visits programme from September to May. Activities include fieldwalking as well as survey work with resistivity meter and EDM. Current work includes resistivity survey on Castledykes, Roman Fort, EDM survey of local farms and research work on Timothy Pont’s 1596 […]
Visits to industrial sites. Summer weekend tour, Day seminars. Publishes Bulletin and Review. Contact details Web: sihs.co.uk
The Scottish Archaeological Forum was set up in 1969 in order to provide ‘an opportunity to hear, discuss and assess some of the important new discoveries and reinterpretations of material either published or unpublished, by those working in Scotland’. SAF is run by a committee of archaeologists and its prime function is to organise conferences […]
Interests are local history, natural history, archaeology, genealogy.
The Friends are a group of like minded individuals who have an interest in the Heritage of the Perth and Kinross area and who wish to complement the outstanding work that the Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust (PKHT) have done and are doing. PKHT have a long standing commitment to the Heritage and Archaeology of […]
Courses include British, European and Mediterranean prehistory, prehistoric & protohistoric Near East, underwater archaeology and environmental archaeology. Runs excavations and surveys in Scotland and abroad (currently in Cyprus, France and Slovenia).
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses offered in Archaeology leading to Degrees of MA or BSc or MLitt. GUARD is the research and contract section of the department and provides archaeological services at all levels (desk studies, field surveys, excavations, etc).
The Department of Archaeology at the University of Aberdeen was established in October 2007, and as such is the youngest institution of its kind in Britain and is now the second-largest Department of Archaeology in Scotland, after Glasgow.
Undergaduate and Postgraduate courses based in Orkney