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Ness of Brodgar Monograph available to pre-order

Ness monograph sets ‘a high standard’ says reviewer

The latest glowing review of the the Ness of Brodgar interim monograph has been posted to the Prehistoric Society website this morning. The review, by Susan Greaney of Cardiff University/English Heritage, concludes: “This superbly...

Ness of Brodgar Carved Stone Ball replica

Free online talk on Neolithic carved stone balls

Next Friday afternoon, March 26, Dr Hugo Anderson-Whymark will present an online seminar outlining the most recent research on prehistoric carved stone balls. The talk, the latest in the University of the Highlands and...

Ness of Brodgar: As it Stands - sample pages

New print run sees Ness book back in stock

We’re delighted to announce that the second print-run of The Ness of Brodgar: As it Stands was delivered this morning and we’re starting to send out copies to everyone who has pre-ordered. The book,...

Current Archaeology Live Talk

Ness of Brodgar at Current Archaeology Live!

  Ness of Brodgar site director Nick Card is one of the speakers at this weekend’s Current Archaeology Live! conference and awards. The annual conference, which is taking place online this year, brings together...

Ness book declared ‘a stunning accomplishment’

The Ness of Brodgar interim monograph has been hailed a “stunning accomplishment” by Mike Pitts, editor of British Archaeology magazine. In his review in the March/April issue, he highlights that the book “has much...

Jim Richardson Featured

Another happy contributor…

It’s been a strange year – of that there is no doubt – and we’ve reached the end of 2020. Although it will be remembered for the things we couldn’t get done, the Covid-19...

Rhind Lecture 4

Rhind Lectures 2020: Number 4

Making sense of funerary monuments and funerary practices   In this year’s Society of Antiquaries of Scotland’s annual Rhind lectures, Dr Alison Sheridan is bringing together the most up-to-date research to show how Scotland’s...