10.12.07 - Possible Kiln at Crossbank Scott Jacobson of Archaeological Heritage Services Ltd has identified the remains of what appears to be a kiln during evaluation trenching at Crossbank Farm, South Lanarkshire. Find out more
06.12.07 - M74 Completion Archaeology Kiln Firing Project This weekend sees the continuation of the M74 Kiln Firing Project. Kiln building will take place on the Caledonian Pottery site, Farmeloan Road, Rutherglen, on Saturday the 8th of December, with the kiln firing taking place on the same site on Sunday the 9th of December. Further details can be found on the project webpage.
27.11.07 - Possible Prehistoric Enclosure at Campbeltown Fieldwork undertaken by Dr Claire Ellis has identified a possible prehistoric feature on the outskirts of Campbeltown. Find out more
22.11.07 - M74 Completion Archaeology Open Day The third open day on excavations on the route of the M74 completion project will be held on Saturday, 24 November at the South Laurieston Tenements Site, Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, between 10am and 3pm. Access to the site will be from Pollokshaws Road at Devon Street. Further details can be found on the project webpage.
13.11.07 - Excavations in the heart of Historic Govan Staff from Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division have been undertaking excavations at Water Row in Govan. Find out more
09.11.07 - Glasgow Archaeological Society Dalrymple Lectures 2007 Professor Ian Hodder of the University of Stanford will next week give the latest in Glasgow Archaeological Society's Dalrymple Lecture Series. Find out more
07.11.07 - M74 Completion Archaeology Open Day The second open day on excavations on the route of the M74 completion project will be held on Saturday, 10 November at the Govan Iron Works Site between 10am and 3pm. Access to the site, also known as Dixon's Blazes, will be from Cathcart Road, between Calendonia Road and Aikenhead Road. Further details can be found on the project webpage.
16.10.07 - Cromwellian Fortifications at Linlithgow Evaluation trenching at the Burgh Halls, Linlithgow, has identified features that may be associated with the occupation and refortification of the town by Cromwell. Find out more
11.10.07 - Law Knowe Cairn Re-covered Following a programme of archaeological fieldwork, the Bronze Age burial cairn at Law Knowe, East Kilbride, is to be re-covered. Find out more
18.09.07 - M74 Completion Archaeology Programme Announced Details of the programme of archaeological works being undertaken as part of the M74 Completion Project are now available on the website of Transport Scotland. The first of a series of open days will be held on Saturday, 22 September at the Eglinton Street Tenement Site between 10am and 3pm. Further details can be found on the project webpage.
04.09.07 - Half Life: Journey into the Neolithic An innovative project combining art and archaeology is taking place at sites in and around Kilmartin Glen, Argyll. Find out more
03.09.07 - Archaeological Encounters at Hopetoun House As part of the Scottish Archaeology Month, Hopetoun House in West Lothian is presenting a programme of free lectures and activities aimed at adults and children. Find out more
30.08.07 - Scottish Archaeology Month 2007 September sees the return of the Council for Scottish Archaeology's popular Scottish Archaeology Month, with a range of events taking place across the country. Find out more
23.08.07 - Cist found at Ardnacross Dr Claire Ellis of Archaeology and Micromorphology has identified a cist during an evaluation at Ardnacross. Find out more
17.08.07 - Campbellfield Pottery Uncovered
AOC Archaeology Group have identified the remains of the Campbellfield Pottery in Glasgow's East End. Find out more
07.08.07 - Bronze-age burial cairn excavated
Staff from Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division are currently undertaking the excavation of a Bronze Age burial cairn at Law Knowe, East Kilbride. Find out more
30.07.07 - Bronze-age cremation cemetery re-examined
Staff from Rathmell Archaeology Ltd have undertaken further excavation on the site of a Bronze-age cremation cemetery at Nelson Street, Largs, previously excavated in the early 20th century. Find out more
18.07.07 - Re-excavation of Pollok Park Eartwork
Members of the Glasgow Archaeological Society are currently undertaking the re-excavation of a circular earthwork in Pollok Park, Glasgow. Find out more
16.07.07 - Ancient human remains found at Benderloch
AOC Archaeology Group have completed the excavation of human remains found in a cave at Benderloch, Argyll, under the terms of Historic Scotland's Human Remains Call-off contract. Find out more
06.07.07 - Major landscape survey in East Renfrewshire
Members of the Association of Certificated Field Archaeologists have published the results of a major landscape survey at Middleton Farm, East Renfrewshire. Find out more
04.07.07 - Virtual Archaeology in Inverclyde
Local archaeologist Louie Pastore has created animations of a number of sites in Inverclyde.
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29.06.07 - New Book Brings Medieval Glasgow To Life
A new book has been launched that that tells the story of the birth of Glasgow through the medieval era (1100 - 1650).
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28.06.07 - Dumfries House 'Saved for the Nation'
Dumfries House, one of the UK's most important 18th century classical houses, has been saved for the nation by a group of organizations and individuals brought together by The Prince of Wales.
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27.06.07 - New Guidelines for Historic Environment Records Published
A new, expanded version of 'Informing the Future of the Past: Guidelines for Historic Environment Records' has been launched at the Historic Environment Record (HER) Forum in Peterborough.
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22.06.07 - Beaker Burial at Elvanfoot
Fieldwork undertaken by CFA Archaeology Ltd on the site of a proposed electricity substation has identified a Beaker Burial dating to the Early Bronze Age. Find out more
15.06.07 - Possible Souterrain Identified on Islay
A subteranean void, possibly representing a previously unrecorded souterrain, has been identified from Islay. Find out more
14.06.07 - Prehistoric Settlement at Inverkip
An evaluation undertaken by Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division at Inverkip in Inverclyde has identified the remains of a possible prehistoric farmstead. Find out more
05.06.07 - Scotland's Rural Past Project
Scotland's Rural Past (SRP) is a five-year project run by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland with the aim of working with local communities across Scotland to discover and record abandoned rural settlements. Find out more
01.06.07 - Laigh Newton, Darvel
Since the middle of April this year, staff from Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division have been working to excavate a multi-phase site at Laigh Newton, East Ayrshire. Find out more
25.05.07 - Data Sans Frontieres Conference
On the 25th of May, a conference was held in London to discuss the opportunities offered by web portal technology for wider access to archaeological data. Find out more
15.05.07 - Rock Art Reported
During March and April 2007, WoSAS received reports of newly-discovered rock art from Argyll and Inverclyde. Find out more
15.05.07 - Ogilface Castle Mystery
Read about research and fieldwork undertaken in Armadale to identify the site of a 12th century castle. Find out more