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Dig It! 2015 Recommends

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September 2014 Newsletter

There are so many great archaeology events happening throughout Scotland that it would be impossible to attend all of them. This is why we love video blogs and updates. Lots of organisations are starting to use this feature, such as our friends at Northlight Heritage.   

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Dig It! 2015 is Falling Into Place

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September 2014 Newsletter

September has been another busy month for the team and we wouldn’t have it any other way. It started off with a trip to the Edinburgh International Science Festival offices where we talked about adding an archaeological element.   Read More

Dig It! 2015 Recommends

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August 2014 Newsletter

There are a lot of great ideas floating around within the learning community, but sometimes, it’s difficult to know where to start, how to share ideas or who to ask for support. This is where Archaeology Scotland’s Learning Community comes in.   

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No Rest for the Dig It! 2015 Team

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August 2014 Newsletter

Although many people take their holidays during the summer months, the Dig It! 2015 team has barely had time to sit down for a cuppa!*

Our furthest trip was to Orkney, where we met with organisations such as the Orkney Museum and visited sites such as the sunny excavation at the Ness of Brodgar.   

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Stylish in Dig It! 2015 Pink

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August 2014 Newsletter

As we get closer to 2015, the pink t-shirts are becoming increasingly popular. We’ve had requests from community archaeology groups, national organisations and pretty much everyone who spots them!   Read More

Dig It! 2015 Recommends

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July 2014 Newsletter

On our recent trip to the new Battle of Bannockburn centre in Stirling, we learned about their fantastic short film competition. The contest encouraged school pupils to create new works which interpreted Bannockburn from their own perspective.   Read More

It’s All Fun and Games

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July 2014 Newsletter

One of the most important messages of Dig It! 2015 is that archaeology really is for everyone! This means that we will be getting involved in a few unexpected projects in order to reach new audiences. This is where Minecraft comes in. For those of you who don’t know, Minecraft is a pixel-style game about breaking and placing blocks, which allows players to create wonderful and imaginative things. Sounds like fun!   

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Dig It! 2015 Goes Worldwide!

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July 2014 Newsletter

We recently received some very exciting news. Dig It! 2015 has made it all the way to an excavation in Cyprus! They must be working hard to spread the word about archaeology here in Scotland.   Read More

Dig It! 2015 Recommends

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July 2014 Newsletter

We have been loving the Strathearn Environs and Royal Forteviot Project blog! They provide readers with lots of photos from their excavations and they regularly update the blog with their finds.   Read More

Dig It! 2015 Project Updates

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July 2014 Newsletter

We’ve recently attended meetings and events in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, London and Perth, and before the end of the summer, we’ll have also visited Orkney and Stirling.   Read More

Happy Day of Archaeology!

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June 2014 Newsletter

Each year, the Day of Archaeology provides a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. We celebrated by submitting a fun blog post, which gives readers a glimpse into life as a Dig It! 2015 team member. Read More