Archaeological investigations undertaken in the north of Scotland by GUARD Archaeology, which sheds new light on bloomery iron working tradition between the late 15th–early 17th centuries, has just been published in the latest volume of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
GUARD Archaeology are pleased to be sponsoring this year's Edinburgh Lothian and Borders Archaeology Conference on Saturday 19 November 2016, to be held at Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh.
Recent research by GUARD Archaeology into Iron Age settlement patterns in Galloway in south-west Scotland raises the question of whether the right perspective has been taken when trying to make sense of Iron Age settlement patterns across Scotland.
Excavating archaeological sites can be thirsty work. Not a problem for GUARD Archaeology diggers though, who now have a choice of three GUARD Archaeology beers to quench their thirst!
A significant assemblage of Roman pottery, metalwork and metalworking debris from a series of pits and ditches sheds new light upon life during the early stages of settlement outside a Roman Fort in central Scotland.
The Semple Heritage Trail in the Clydemuirshiel Regional Park in Renfrewshire is about to open offering visitors the chance to enjoy the restored parts of the eighteenth century Semple Estate designed landscape.
GUARD Archaeology are sponsoring the Bayesian Modelling of Archaeological Sites session at the 8th International Symposium on ¹⁴C & Archaeology this year.
GUARD Archaeology are pleased to be sponsoring this year's Archaeological Research in Progress Conference on 28 May 2016, to be held in Galashiels for the first time.
The results of GUARD Archaeology's excavation of a Bronze Age settlement at Inverkip in Inverclyde has recently been published. In September 2014, a GUARD Archaeology team led by Christine Rennie carried out the excavation of a series of pits and ditches uncovered during an earlier trial trench evaluation of a new housing development for Stewart Milne Homes.
Recent archaeological fieldwork in Glasgow by GUARD Archaeology, working on behalf of Scottish Water, has revealed the medieval remains of Partick Castle.
Thousands of motorists each day travel along the M74 motorway, to the south of Glasgow, unaware of the fascinating 1000-year history emerging from the edge of the hard shoulder.
A recent metal detecting survey of the Killiecrankie Battlefield, one of the best preserved battlefields in Scotland, has revealed exciting new evidence for the location of the fighting which saw a Jacobite army of Highlanders defeat a government army over three hundred years ago.