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Explore Scottish archaeology and follow the Dig It! 2017 project with articles from our monthly e-newsletter. Sign-up for the e-newsletter is available at the bottom of the page under “Keep Me Updated”.

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

What our friends are up to…

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May 2015 Newsletter

Glasgow’s First Themed Year: As well as being the big year for Dig It!, 2015 is also Glasgow’s Green Year. This will be an exciting year of events, activities and projects aimed at getting local people, businesses, visitors and young people involved in sustainability.

Dig It! 2015 website updates

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May 2014 Newsletter

You can now explore the Iron Age, Roman, Early Medieval, Viking and Late Medieval periods on the website timeline! Travel through time with the click of a mouse and see buildings evolve or become ruined, watch as the coastline changes shape and as the historic landscape become more like that we know today.

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So we had the launch, what now?

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April 2014 Newsletter

We want to get people involved with archaeology: whether getting messy and putting on an event or finding out more about what’s going on in your local area. At its heart, Dig It! 2015 is about identities and a sense of belonging. Read More