Tag Archives: rhynie

‘An Early Medieval Miscellany’

Published on: Author: Megan Leave a comment

On February 2, 2016, the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies and the First Millennia Study Group welcomed Alice Blackwell of National Museums of Scotland to discuss ‘Revisiting Gaulcross: Europe’s northernmost post-Roman hacksilver hoard’, Dawn McLaren of AOC Archaeology Group to discuss ‘Recent Burials from Papa Westray, Orkney: an overview and initial thoughts’ and Ewan… Continue reading

‘Recent work on Pictish barrows’ and ‘An update on Rhynie’

Published on: Author: CSCS 1 Comment

On 11 March 2014, the Centre welcomed Martin Cook (AOC) to discuss ‘Recent work on Pictish barrows’ and Dr Gordon Noble (Aberdeen University) to discuss ‘An update on Rhynie’. This seminar was hosted jointly with the First Millennia Studies Group at the University of Edinburgh. Below is this listener’s brief summary of the lectures. Martin… Continue reading