Regular readers of our daily excavation blog will recall that for a few days in August, towards the end of the season, Trench P was the subject of a major clean-up operation. All hands were on deck, with over 60 diggers diverted to Trench P ahead of a massive photography …
The annexe outside the eastern entrance to Structure Twelve, complete with possible standing stone. (Jim Bright)
Decorated Stone Removed from Structure Eight/Seventeen on July 15, 2019
A 3d photogrammetry model, by Hugo Anderson-Whymark, of the carved stone ball found at the Ness of Brodgar excavation site, by Molly Bond, on August 7, 2013.
An updated model of Trench J – containing Structure Five and a section of the “Great Wall of Brodgar” – created by supervisor Paul at the end of this season’s excavation. To view an earlier model of the site, click here.
The pot found and excavated by Ray in the Trench J extension on Monday afternoon.