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British Museum Knowledge Exchange: part three

Blythe House. By Docben via Wikimedia Commons Background During November 2021, Caroline Brick, who co-ordinates the Hebridean Connections digital community archive at Museum nan Eilean, spent a week at the British Museum in London as part of its Knowledge Exchange programme. This professional … Continue reading

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Think you’ve found some archaeology?

The Outer Hebrides has a long history of human occupation much of which is still buried under the sand and peat, yet to be discovered.  There is a chance you might find something interesting while hiking; especially if known archaeological … Continue reading

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Sònraichte Project – Archaeology assemblages from stack sites: Dunasbroc

The first archaeology assemblage that I worked on came from a series of stack sites around Lewis. The STAC project: the Severe Terrain Archaeological Campaign – focused on investigating stack sites of the Isle of Lewis 2003–2005. The site The … Continue reading

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