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‘Pop Culture Picts and the Imaginary Hadrian’s Wall’

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On 17 January, 2017, the Centre welcomed Dr. Adrián Maldonado (University of Glasgow) to discuss  ‘Pop Culture Picts and the Imaginary Hadrian’s Wall’. Adrián began by stating that, while this is not a typical topic for archaeologists, it is worth studying the messages that history-themed movies and video games convey to the general audience. While sometimes considered… Continue reading

‘A magnum monasterium in SW Scotland? New work on Kirkmadrine and its stones’

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On 14 May 2013, the Centre was pleased to welcome Katherine Forsyth and Adrián Maldonado who discussed, ‘A magnum monasterium in SW Scotland? New work on Kirkmadrine and its stones’. Below is this listener’s brief summary of the lecture. Adrian began by contextualising the landscape and surroundings of Kirkmadrine. Kirkmadrine is in Galloway, south-west Scotland, situated in an area… Continue reading