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Dellin inta da past 12.06.09

Dellin inta da past 12.06.09

13/06/2009, by in Features

Excavation at Belmont beginsThe Viking Unst project has come earlier to the islands this year, with the arrival of the Danish team who have been excavating at the Viking longhouse in Belmont this week. Once again the team is led by Anne-Christine Larsen. This will be the last season of excavatio... Read more...

Crawford returns to Papa

Crawford returns to Papa

08/05/2009, by in News

Archaeologist Barbara Crawford from St Andrews University made a return visit to Papa Stour last weekend to oversee further landscaping and inter­pretation at the Biggins site.Last summer saw the successful completion of the partial reconstruction of the 13th century Norse stofa that was offici... Read more...

Old Scatness set to re-open again for summer

Old Scatness set to re-open again for summer

28/04/2009, by in News

Old Scatness Broch and Iron Age Village is to re-open on Sunday with a brand new programme of events for visitors throughout the summer.There will be performances from the Polish company Walhalla Vikings, making their first trip to Shetland, as well as a visit from the well-known duo Keith Pross... Read more...

Trust hosts Viking event

Trust hosts Viking event

10/04/2009, by in News

Shetland Amenity Trust is to hold a conference which will explore Shet­land's place in the Viking world.The event, from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July, will take place in the Shetland Museum and present the findings of the Viking Unst Pro­ject. Centered on the last three years' excavations ... Read more...

Viking conference to be held in July

Viking conference to be held in July

07/04/2009, by in News

Shetland Amenity Trust is to hold a conference which will explore Shetland's place in the Viking world.The event, from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th July, will take place in the Shetland Museum and present the findings of the Viking Unst Project. Centered on the last three years' excavations and ... Read more...

Dellin inta da past 26.09.08

Dellin inta da past 26.09.08

26/09/2008, by in Features

A NEW archaeological project got under way this month in the secluded location of Gunnister Voe in Northmavine.Natascha Mehler, of the University of Vienna, and Mark Gardiner, of Queen’s University, Belfast, are planning a three-year project to investigate sites associated with the Hanseatic mer... Read more...