The good folk of Groam House Museum have made available as free downloads seven out-of-print titles from their Annual Academic Lecture series.
Groam House, as many of you will know, holds a superb collection of Pictish sculpture. 303 more words
Last month, a group of early medieval sculptured stones returned to their home at Kirkmadrine in the Rhinns peninsula, a quiet corner of Galloway. They had spent some time at Historic Scotland in Edinburgh where they were cleaned by specialist conservators. 257 more words
Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen have recently discovered a Pictish fort on the summit of Dunnicaer, a ‘sea stack’ near Dunnottar Castle. Dunnicaer lies approximately 1 mile south of the town of Stonehaven but is isolated from the mainland at high tide. 565 more words