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         Scotland Archaeology:     more books (100)
  1. Scotland: Archaeology and Early History by Graham Ritchie, Anna Ritchie, et all 1992-08-27
  2. The Crannogs of Scotland: An Underwater Archaeology (Revealing History) by Nicholas Dixon, 2004-08-01
  3. Invaders of Scotland: An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Romans, Scots, Angles, and Vikings, Highlighting the Monuments in the Care of the Secretary ... State for (Historic Buildings and Monuments) by Anna Ritchie, Ann Rirchie, et all 1991-06
  4. Scotland: Environment and Archaeology, 8000 BC - AD 1000
  5. Scotland: Archaeology and Early History by Graham Ritchie, Anna Ritchie, 1985-04-22
  6. Journey Into the Past: A Scotland Tale by Dawn Marie Clare, 2004-12-15
  7. The industrial archaeology of Scotland (The Industrial archaeology of the British Isles) by John R Hume, 1976
  8. The Prehistoric Peoples of Scotland (Studies in Ancient History and Archaeology)
  9. The Archaeology of Scottish Thatch (Historic Scotland Technical Advice Notes) by Timothy G. Holden, 1998-01
  10. The archaeology of industrial Scotland: Scottish Archaeological Forum 8
  11. Scotland before the Scots;: Being The Rhind lectures for 1944, (Rhind lectures in archaeology) by V. Gordon Childe, 1946
  12. Enlarging the Past: The Contribution of Wetland Archaeology (Wetland Archaeological Research Project/Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Monograph , No 11) by John M. Coles, Bryony Coles, et all 1996-06
  13. The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland by David M. Smith, 1967
  14. Scotland in Early Christian Times: The Rhind Lectures in Archaeology - 1879 by Joseph Anderson, 2001-12-14

1. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
The web site of the West of scotland archaeology Service. This web site provides information about us, and about the archaeology of the West of Scotland.
Match All Any words Providing information and advice about the archaeology of Argyll, the Clyde Valley and Ayrshire. This web site is under development - new features coming soon This Site has been visited times. Website Maintained by Stephen J Clancy on behalf of WoSAS

2. Glenurquhart Road   Inverness  IV3 5NX   Scotland  UK
archaeology, scotland, picts, celtic, celts, pictish, dig, reconstruction, scottish history, middle ages, tartan, caledonia, caledonian, inverness, dingwall
Glenurquhart Road Inverness IV3 5NX The Highland Council Archaeology U nit identifies, protects, promotes and interprets the archaeological heritage of the Highlands for the benefit of residents and visitors Enter main site Text only

3. Scotland Scottish Archaeology
scotland archaeology. Exploring Archaeology in Badenoch and Strathspey, Scotland Explore several archaeology sites in Scotland.
Scotland Archaeology Home To European Archaeology Albania/Ireland To European Archaeology Isle of Man/Wales Ancient Scotland Visit, view, and learn about the archaeological sites of Scotland from prehistoric through the Roman era. - photos - From Martin McCarthy Ancient Scotland Tour Travelling Through Prehistory - A tour of the stone monument archaeological sites of ancient Scotland - photos and other illustrations - http:// Bannockburn Neolithic Enclosures Excellent example of "rescue" archaeology since a road and housing have been constructed on this dig site - photos - From Alba Archaeology Ltd. & Historic Scotland - http:// Dun Eisdean Survey 2 The details of an archaeological survey of a Scottish island named Dun Eistean - photos and other illustrations - From Glasgow University - http://

4. Archaeology Links Scotland
Scottish Archaeology and History. Useful Links. The Council for Scottish Archaeology. Society of Antiquaries in Scotland. Historic Scotland. Royal Commission for Ancient and Historic Monuments in Scotland. CBA Scotland. University Departments Backtrack Archaeology. Headland Archaeology. SUAT Limited. West of scotland archaeology. AOC Archaeology
Useful Links If you were directed to this page via a search engine click here Magazines History Scotland Magazine Various Organisations The Council for Scottish Archaeology Society of Antiquaries in Scotland Historic Scotland Royal Commission for Ancient and Historic Monuments in Scotland ... CBA Scotland University Departments University of Glasgow Edinburgh University Archaeology Units Highland Archaeology Service Backtrack Archaeology Headland Archaeology SUAT Limited ... AOC Archaeology Museums National Museums of Scotland Royal Museum, Edinburgh

5. WOSAS SMR Details
Buteshire. Glasgow. Compiler AL Last Update 26/09/2001. Copyright ©West of scotland archaeology Service 2001. Return to Previous Page.

6. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
West of scotland archaeology Service. Carol Swanson, Position Manager. Charing Cross Complex, Web 20 India Street,

S.UAT. Time Team. Trimontium Trust. West of scotland archaeology Service (prototype Sites and Monuments Search Engine). York University Dept. of Archaeology.
LINKS LINKS A berdeen, M arischal M useum A lbion Archaeology A ncient Stones of Scotland A OC (Scotland)(Leeds)(London) A rchaeolink Prehistory Park A rchaeology D ata S ervice A rchaeological S ervice A rchaeology World Index A rtacorn Illustration A ssociation of A rchaeological I llustrators and S urveyors A ssociation for E nviromental A rchaeology A rtacorn (Illustration) B ournemouth U niversity A rchaeology G roup C anmore ( RCAHMS C ATS (Archaeological Tool Suppliers) C BA Newsletter C entre for Scottish Urban History C ouncil for S cottish A rchaeology C urrent A rchaeology D iscovery and E xcavation (Scotland) E dinburgh University Archaeology Dept. F ieldwork Opportunities Abroad F ife Council Archaeology Unit F irat Archaeological Services F oundations Archaeology F riends of Grampian Stones G lasgow A rchaeology S ociety G lasgow U niversity, A rchaeological R esearch D ivision H eadland Archaeology Ltd H ighland Council Archaeology Service H istoric S cotland H umber Archaeology Partnership H unterian Museum I nstitute of F ield A rchaeologists I nternet A rchaeology K ilmartin H ouse T rust K irkdale Archaeology L anark and D istrict A rchaeological S ociety N ational M useums of S cotland N eville H all A rchaeological C onsultancy N ational T rust for S cotland N orthamptonshire A rchaeology O rkney A rchaeological T rust P - Positions vacant (US Jobs site)

8. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
West of scotland archaeology Service. Location Glasgow. Dates N/A. Type of Excavation/Project Volunteer. Minimum Age 18. Cost N/A. Accommodation N/A.
West of Scotland Archaeology Service
Location: Glasgow Dates: N/A Type of Excavation/Project: Volunteer Minimum Age: Cost: N/A Accommodation: N/A Contact Details: Charing Cross Complex, 20 India Street, Glasgow, G2 4PF or telephone 0141 287 8333 or fax 0141 287 9529 or e-mail Further Details: Amongst other activities the West of Scotland Archaeology Service maintains and updates the Sites and Monuments Record ('SMR') - the complete record of all known archaeological sites, finds, fieldwork and research for the West of Scotland. We would welcome volunteers who would be willing to assist in ensuring this record is as up to date as possible. The work would be office based, requiring basic PC skills and would suit anyone with a day or half a day to spare on a regular basis. Website:

9. HJG: History Scotland: Archaeology, History, Heritage
Journal Information. Last updated January 7, 2004. Title History scotland archaeology, history, heritage. Abbreviation
The History Journals Guide
by Stefan Blaschke
- Periodicals Directory - Home New Entries Announcements Complete Index ... Search Journal Information
Last updated: January 7, 2004. Title: H istory Scotland: archaeology, history, heritage Abbreviation: Description: Introduces the general public to the highest quality of writing and new research by Scottish historians, archaeologists, and heritage professionals. Editor(s): Richard Oram, editorial e-mail address: Publishers: History Scotland Start-End-Date: Winter 2001- Frequency: 6 issues a year Language(s): English ISSN: Keyword(s): United Kingdom Website(s): Homepage : tables of contents from 2001 to present, sample feature articles and book reviews The History Journals Guide is part of WWW-Virtual Library and VL The History Index

10. Directory Of British Archaeology: Scotland
* West of scotland archaeology Service Charing Cross Complex, 20 India Street, Glasgow G2 4PF. Tel 0141 287 8333. Fax 0141 287 9529.
The Directory of British Archaeology
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Aberdeen City Council Archaeological Unit
Art Gallery, Schoolhill, Aberdeen AB10 1FQ. Tel: 01224 646333. Fax: 01224 213546. F1979 Staff=8
Curator of local sites and monuments. Runs projects for schools. Some excavation. *
Aberdeen, Marischal Museum
Marischal College, University, Aberdeen AB9 1AS. Tel: 01224 274301. Fax: 01224 643519. email: Web: F1907
Current exhibitions include the permanent 'Encyclopaedia of the North-East'; there is a popular series of workshops for schools, and winter monthly lectures.
Aberdeen, Marischal Museum, Young Archaeologists Club
Marischal Museum, Marischal College, Broad Street, Aberdeen AB10 1YS. Tel: 01224 274301. Fax: 01224 645519. email: Web: F1994 Members 40
Childrens'club for 8-12 year olds. Section for children over 12 is being established. Monthly meetings and excursions. At present the focus is on the Roman period and the Iron Age, but it is intended to move on to the Middle Ages.
Aberdeenshire Council, Woodhill House, Westburn Rd, Aberdeen AB16 5GB. Tel: 01224 664726. Fax: 01224 664713. email: F1975 Staff=2

11. Scottish Executive
AN INTEGRATED ARCHAEOLOGICAL DATABASE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM. 2001 nomination by the West of scotland archaeology Service. The archaeology service.
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Topics About News ... Help What We Do Planning CONTENTS Contents
Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning:
Commendation for development control 2001
8. WEST OF SCOTLAND SITES AND MONUMENTS RECORD 2001 nomination by the West of Scotland Archaeology Service. The archaeology service Geographic basis Central to the SMR is a Geographical Information System, using software from ESRI that has been customised in-house. In addition to the Ordnance Survey mapping, the GIS module contains a range of data layers, some generated by WoSAS, others imported from agencies and Council Departments. Specifically archaeological and historical layers include known archaeological sites, areas of archaeological potential within 60-plus historical towns, scheduled monument areas (now supplied directly by Historic Scotland), archaeological fieldwork locations (excavations, surveys, watching briefs etc), designed landscapes, and digital survey data from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland and archaeological contractors. A range of other data layers are used to give information about the geographical context of any consultation, including the OS 1 st edition maps, geo-referenced to display in their true locations against the other data, an index to about 20,000 RAF aerial photographs (in process of entry), and external data such as the SSSIs and the National Inventory of Woods and Trees.

12. Awards List - Alphabetical By Council Area
West of scotland archaeology sites and monuments record commended 2001. West of scotland archaeology sites and monuments record commended 2001.
print version 12 June 2004
Topics About News ... Planning Awards List - Alphabetical by Council Area Introduction Planning Legislation Circulars Scottish Planning Policy ... National Park Websites
Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning
Nominations by area
Aberdeen City
Aberdeen Countryside Project AWARD 2000 Aberdeen city centre regeneration AWARD 1998 Aberdeen: Broadford Works design brief commended 2001 Transportation strategy for Aberdeen commended 1999 Aberdeen + Aberdeenshire Structure Plan sustainability appraisal nominated 2001 Aberdeen Belmont Street and Backwynd regeneration nominated 2001 Aberdeen: Kingswells park and ride nominated 2001 Joint cities work on best value nominated 1998
Aberdeenshire Community Orientated Developer Contributions AWARD 2002 Aberdeenshire development control customer care initiatives AWARD 2001 Kincardine O'Neil Village Enhancement AWARD 1997 Drainage Impact Assessment Guidance for Developers and Regulators commended 2002 Restoration of Ballater Old Railway Station and Station Square commended 2002 Managing the Cairngorms recognised 1998 The Aberdeenshire Towns Programme nominated 2002 Aberdeenshire design award scheme nominated 2001 Aberdeenshire pilot youth planning project nominated 2001 Aberdeenshire local transport strategy nominated 2001 Aberdeen + Aberdeenshire Structure Plan sustainability appraisal nominated 2001 Cairngorms Partnership work plan nominated 2001 Hercules Linton memorial and garden, Inverbervie

13. The Capital Scot ® Scottish Variety - Archaeology In Scotland
Archaeology in Scotland. New items this week under topics marked. There is now a page for the latest excavation at the site of the new Scottish parliament.
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New items this week under topics marked There is now a page for the latest excavation at the site of the new Scottish parliament. "The Holyrood Archaeology Project has been set up to investigate the future Scottish Parliament site, Edinburgh. Once part of the medieval burgh of Canongate, this historic site lies at the east end of the Royal Mile which links Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, official Scottish residence of the Queen." Council for British Archaeology "works to promote the study and safeguarding of Britain's historic environment, to provide a forum for archaeological opinion, and to improve public interest in, and knowledge of, Britain's past." There is a new discussion forum on Scottish archaeology. It is in the normal "mailing-list" format. To subscribe send a message (blank subject field) to

14. West Of Scotland Archaeological Service
The West of scotland archaeology Service offers development control advice to 12 Scottish local authorities on a joint service basis established by Minute of
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  • maintains and updates the Sites and Monuments Record (SMR) - the definitive and current record of all known archaeological sites, finds, fieldwork and research for the West of Scotland
  • provides advice to the Council on the archaeological implications of development proposals which require planning consent and the appropriate responses to them. This may include the attachment of conditions to planning consents requiring archaeological excavation at the developer’s expense.

15. Scotland For Visitors Archaeology
Click here to visit our sponsor. Archaeology Sites across scotland archaeology in Scotland covers sites which go back to the days before recorded history when
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Archaeology in Scotland covers sites which go back to the days before recorded history when the standing stones, stone circles and megalithic burial chambers were being constructed, through the Roman occupation to mediaeval times.
    Dark Isle This is without doubt my own personal favourite. Archaeology in Scotland This is a review of archaeology in Scotland by the University of Glasgow and contains articles on the significance of Celtic Coinage and excavations and surveys at Strome Castle, Wester Ross and Caulfields Military Way. Newstead Archaeology Project This site is dedicated to a project which is investigating the region surrounding the Roman Fort of Trimontium near Newstead, on the River Tweed. The Archaeological site has produced an outstanding collection of Roman artefacts, from humble wooden tent pegs to highly decorated military parade helmets. The Scottish section of Roman Military Sites in Britain provides brief details of lots of locations, together with a useful map showing the location of each of them.

16. TheGlasgowStory: Shuttle Street Excavations
Shuttle Street excavations. West of scotland archaeology Service. Reference 5118. Reproduced with the permission of the West of scotland archaeology Service.

17. TheGlasgowStory: Wester Balmuildy
Wester Balmuildy. West of scotland archaeology Service. Reference 4889. Reproduced with the permission of the West of scotland archaeology Service. Return to top.

18. Scotland's Past - The Bronze Age
Piggott, S. Scotland Before History, 1990, £6.95, Ritchie, Graham Anna, scotland archaeology and Early History, 1991, £15.50 or $17.95,
Home Contact Us History Books Web Resources EAFS CHT The Mesolithic The Neolithic The Bronze Age The Iron Age The Romans Mons Graupius Columba The Vikings Kenneth mac Alpin Kenneth II Malcolm II Duncan I Macbeth Lulach Malcolm III Duncan II Edgar Alexander I David I Malcolm IV William I Alexander II Alexander III Maid of Norway John Balliol William Wallace Robert the Bruce David II Robert II Robert III James I James II James III James IV James V Mary, Queen of Scots James VI Charles I Charles II James VII The Jacobites Glencoe Massacre Darien Expedition Act of Union Robert Burns Highland Clearances The 19th Century The 20th Century Beaker using peoples are the first communities to use metalwork in Scotland. There is no evidence of conflict between these people and the older communities, in fact the incomers seem to have settled in areas on the periphery rather than the more heavily populated areas. One of the earliest Beaker settlements so far discovered is at Northton in Harris where two tent-like structures were discovered among the dunes. The people of this site lived on sheep and cattle, they also hunted red deer, seals and fished. There was no evidence of cultivation but this has been seen at Rosinish on Benbecula where there was evidence for wheat and barley. In many ways there was little difference between the Neolithic inhabitants and the incoming beaker using people.

19. Asst Archaeologist, Scotland
The West of scotland archaeology Service is looking for an assistant archaeologist for a oneyear fixed term. Asst Archaeologist, Scotland. Archaeology Blog.
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