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  1. Scotland: Archaeology and Early History by Graham Ritchie, Anna Ritchie, et all 1992-06
  2. Brochs of Scotland (Shire Archaeology) by J.N.G. Ritchie, 2011-02-15
  3. South-West Scotland (Regional archaeologies) by Jack G Scott, 1967
  4. Bracken and Archaeology (Historical Scotland Technical Advice Note) by Thomas Rees, C.M. Mills, 1999-12
  5. Historic Kilsyth: Archaeology and Development (Historic Scotland) (Scottish Burgh Survey) by E. Patricia Dennison, Gordon Ewart, et all 2006-12-30
  6. Forts, Farms and Furnaces: Archaeology in the Central Scotland Forest (Afforestable Land Surveys)
  7. Scotland: Environment and Archaeology, 8000 BC - AD 1000 by Ian B. M. Ralston, 1997-02-25
  8. The Crannogs of Scotland: An Underwater Archaeology (Revealing History) by Nicholas Dixon, 2004-08-01
  9. The Caves of Mid Argyll: An Archaeology of Human Use (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph) by Christopher Tolan-Smith, 2001-08-03
  10. The Archaeology of Scottish Thatch (Historic Scotland Technical Advice Notes) by Timothy G. Holden, 1998-01
  11. Edinburgh and South-east Scotland (Regional archaeologies) by Graham Ritchie, Anna Ritchie, 1972-08
  12. 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
  13. Neolithic Scotland: Timber, Stone, Earth and Fire by Gordon Noble, 2006-08-15
  14. From Clan to Clearance: History And Archaeology On The Isle Of Barra C.850-1850 AD by Keith Branigan, 2005-05-31

1. Scotland Archaeology
Hebrides News, from the Western Isles BBC ALBA will bring viewers a sixpart archaeology series exploring the fascinating substance of what lies under the surface of
http://www.hebrides-news.com/scotland_archaeology_31310.html

2. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
West of Scotland Archaeology Service Report to Consortium Members and the Controller of Audit on the 2007/08 Audit September 2008
http://www.audit-scotland.gov.uk/docs/local/2008/fa_0708_west_scotland_archaeolo

3. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
G\Local Government\Clients\ClientsOther Bodies\West of Scotland Archaeology Service\2008-09\Outputs\Annual Report\09-09-09_0809_annual-report_FINAL_WOSAS.doc Contents Key Messages 1
http://audit-scotland.gov.uk/docs/local/2009/fa_0809_west_scotland_archaeology.p

4. North Of Scotland Archaeological Society | Home
Formed in 1998, outlines activities, aims, and membership details. Find a list of publications and a message board.
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About NOSAS
The main objectives of the "North of Scotland Archaeological Society" (NOSAS) are to further the study of archaeology in the North of Scotland and to promote that interest to a wider audience. The Society was formed in 1998 by a mixed group of students who had completed the three year course leading to the Certificate in Archaeology through Aberdeen University's Centre for Continuing Education. Our membership extends across Ross-shire, Sutherland, Caithness, Aberdeenshire, Inverness-shire and Argyll. We all share an avid enthusiasm for Highland archaeology. The Society has organised field-walking expeditions, site prospection, recording and surveying weekends, participation in digs and lectures on archaeological topics. Our members regularly make contributions to the annual Highland Archaeology Festival run by the Highland Council, and to "Scottish Archaeology Month" organised by Archaeology Scotland. NOSAS events provide a great opportunity to meet like minded people and to share ideas and information. Throughout the year the NOSAS calendar has a range of trips to different destinations of archaeological interest and members can get together in a friendly and sociable atmosphere.

5. Archaeology Scotland
A KEY CENTRE FOR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE FOR SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGY. Archaeology Scotland brings together those for whom archaeology is an interest, an active pastime or a career.
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A KEY CENTRE FOR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE FOR SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGY Archaeology Scotland brings together those for whom archaeology is an interest, an active pastime or a career. It supports local archaeological action and initiatives and campaigns for the best possible conservation and management of our heritage. Explore our website to find out more about what we do and how we can help you get the most out of your interest in archaeology.
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The annual archaeology conference will be on Saturday, 20th November at Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh. Booking forms can be found here more... Medieval Week 15-18th November 2010 The British Academy and Royal Society of Edinburgh present Medieval Week - an exploration of different aspects of medieval life. Free events for all. Tickets online or phone 0131 240 2780 more...

6. Archaeology Magazines
List of archaeological magazines with free online content. WorldNewspapers Science Magazines Archaeology. American Journal of Archaeology
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7. Armadale Index Page
Kite Aerial Photography Services in Scotland. Archaeological and other uses of kites.
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8. Scotland Archaeology
This page links to sites that contain information on archaeology in Scotland.
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Skara Brae: The Story of a Prehistoric Village Beyond the Brochs: Changing Perspectives on the Later Iron Age in Atlantic Scotland Enlarging the Past: The Contribution of Wetland Archaeology Medieval Scotland: an archaeological perspective ... Invaders of Scotland: An Introduction to the Archaeology of the Romans, Scots, Angles, and Vikings

9. Jobrapido | Archaeology Jobs In Scotland, Vacancies
Search Archaeology jobs in Scotland through all vacancies posted all UK job sites.
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10. Scotland Scottish Archaeology
Ancient Scotland Visit, view, and learn about the archaeological sites of Scotland from prehistoric through the Roman era. photos - From Martin McCarthy - http//www
http://www.archaeolink.com/scotland_scottish_archaeology.htm

11. Historic Scotland - Looking After Our Heritage - Funding Scottish Archaeology
View further information on the Historic Scotland Archaeology Funding Programme. Priorities for Historic Scotland Archaeology funding. We are currently reviewing our priorities and
http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/index/heritage/archaeology/archaeology-fundi
Members Login Buy membership skip navigation text size A A A You are here: Home Looking after our heritage Archaeology Funding Scottish archaeology ... Inspectorate Newsletter - September 2010
Funding Scottish archaeology
Sources of funding are determined by the reason behind archaeological fieldwork. The 3 main categories of archaeological fieldwork are; development-led, rescue and research.
Categories of funding Development-led Archaeology
Investigating and recording archaeology in advance of its destruction by planned development.
Rescue Archaeology
Research Archaeology

Investigating and recording archaeology for the primary purpose of adding to our store of knowledge, either about the past itself, or about materials and techniques, or about how sites change over time.
Professional ethics apply whether the archaeologist is self-funded, grant-aided or contracted. Even amateur archaeologists, a long-established and very important community within Scotland and the UK more widely, aim to work to professional standards.
Historic Scotland funding
View further information on the Historic Scotland Archaeology Funding Programme

Priorities for Historic Scotland Archaeology funding We are currently reviewing our priorities and procedures through public consultation . We will revise this section in due course.
Historic Scotland will continue to fund a wide variety of projects, ranging from site-specific investigations to research into processes of change. The potential of newly proposed projects to contribute to existing and developing agendas will increasingly be a primary consideration for funding decisions.

12. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
Up-to-date news on the latest discoveries and events, search of Sites and Monuments Record, contains information about all known archaeological sites and finds. A prototype system, only the data for Inverclyde Council has been included.
http://www.wosas.org.uk

13. Historic Scotland - Looking After Our Heritage - Archaeology
Archaeology is the study of the human past, through the physical traces left behind in the landscape. It includes objects used in everyday life, standing monuments and landscape
http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/index/heritage/archaeology.htm
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what is archaeology?
We support efforts to rescue and fund archaeological finds. What is archaeology?
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How we fund Scottish archaeology.
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Archaeology in the ploughlands
Information on archaological finds in ploughlands.
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Many burials in Scotland have been unexpectedly discovered.
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We ensure new roads do not destroy known archaeological sites. Trunk road archaeology
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Techniques to recover, record and preserve our archaeological heritage. Archaeology techniques
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How to get involved with Scottish archaeology. Get involved
Scottish Burgh Surveys
Find out about Scottish Burgh Surveys and how and where to buy them. Scottish burgh surveys
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Find out about available grants.

14. Archaeology In Scotland, A Traveller's Britain Site, Offered By Buxton Online
Castles in Scotland, a Traveller's Britain site, offered by Buxton Online
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15. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
The website of the West of Scotland Archaeology Service
http://wosas.net/

16. Rampart Scotland Archaeology Fieldschool
Rampart Scotland was set up to offer a refreshing approach to training in archaeology through a well established research plan.
http://www.rampartscotland.co.uk/
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Adventures in archaeology Rampart Scotland was set up to offer a refreshing approach to training in archaeology through a well established research plan. The programme is designed to enable learning, discovery and enjoyment in field archaeology skills under the guidance of professionals. Set in the Lammermuir Hills that form the southern backdrop to the beautiful county of East Lothian and only 25 miles from Edinburgh the capital city of Scotland , the project will investigate the ancient hillforts that until now have remained un-excavated. White Castle (subject to Scheduled Monument Consent) will be the first hillfort surveyed and excavated (see photograph right). It is dramatically perched on the old route through the Lammermuir hills and commanding stunning views across East Lothian to Traprain Law , the centre for the Iron Age tribe known as the Votadini Interested in archaeology, training and discovery, then find out more and join us.

17. Graham Ritchie | LibraryThing
Books by Graham Ritchie Scotland Archaeology and Early History, Argyll and the Western Isles (Exploring Scotland's Heritage), Brochs of Scotland (Shire Archaeology), The
http://www.librarything.com/author/ritchiejng

18. West Of Scotland Archaeology Service
The website of the West of Scotland Archaeology Service This site uses PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file format for the publication of large and complex documents.
http://www.wosas.net/about.html
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Welcome to the website of the West of Scotland Archaeology Service. On this site, you can find information about sites and monuments in the area covered by our member Councils, details of recent fieldwork and discoveries, and links to other archaeological organisations and groups. The site is intended for use by professional archaeologists, local societies and community groups, academic researchers, and anyone with an interest in the archaeology and history of Scotland. If you can't find what you're looking for, or have a suggestion as to something you'd like to see included on the website, please contact us!
Background
In 1997, the West of Scotland Archaeology Service was established by Minute of Agreement access to information and charging policy and our formal remit
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The map below shows the area covered by the West of Scotland Archaeology Service. Clicking on the Council areas will connect you to each Council's own website.

19. Rockart5M
Fraser Hunter, a National Museums of Scotland archaeology expert, is set to reveal the fruits of an intensive search of the area at the Edinburgh and East
http://www.biblicalheritage.org/Archaeology/rockart5m.htm
Hill Dig Yields Treasure From 5000 Years Ago ROCK art dating back 5000 years and an ancient jewellery workshop are among the treasures discovered in a Lothians excavation site ravaged by fire last year.
Details of the finds, from Traprain Law in East Lothian, were due to be unveiled at a conference in the Capital today.
Fraser Hunter, a National Museums of Scotland archaeology expert, is set to reveal the fruits of an intensive search of the area at the Edinburgh and East Lothian Archaeological Conference.
Mr Hunterís talk, Archaeology from the Ashes, charts the recent work at Traprain Law following a massive blaze in 2003, when some historical remains were destroyed.
The six-acre fire, which is believed to have been sparked by a carelessly dropped cigarette, burnt out dry grass and hedgerows, putting the siteís ancient fort and the buried treasures at risk.
Experts were unable to examine the site for several weeks, after the flames made the ground too hot for them to get close. But the burned ground meant archaeologists were able to access artefacts that were previously too deeply buried.

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