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Case Study: The River Clyde - discovering our connections with the Clyde

Image © RCAHMS

Source to Sea is a five-year research programme that aims to discover our past, present and potential future connections with the River Clyde system. The programme aims to create collaborative partnerships between local people and the historic environment sector more widely, by choosing different time periods, places and research themes along the river system.

This case study was originally part of the ScARF poster at the 2014 IfA conference. The entire poster can downloaded as a pdf  (11MB).

Case Study: Iron Age roundhouse, The Black Spout wood, nr Pitlochry

Interior of the roundhouse, Image © Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust

Through community excavations, Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust has contributed to our understanding of monumental Iron Age buildings in Scotland. The Black Spout helps us understand how the brochs and duns, predominately found in the north and west of Scotland, may relate to large timber round houses in the lowlands and east coast.

See more like this at Iron Age - Building in the Round

This case study was originally part of the ScARF poster at the 2014 IfA conference. The entire poster can downloaded as a pdf  (11MB).