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A human jawbone with teeth has been found placed in a massive whalebone vertebra at a prehistoric cairn in Orkney
Prehistoric Scots put a human jawbone inside a whalebone in a "ritual of foundation or abandonment", say archaeologists who found the burials alongside a quern, mortar and pig and cattle remains.
From Dolly the Sheep to the finest decorative arts: Star objects from the revamped National Museum of Scotland
The oldest Railway Locomotive in the world, outrageous 17th century fashions, decorative artworks and the oldest British aircraft in existence. Meet some of the stunning objects on display in the revamped National Museum of Scotland.
This Neolithic human figurine was found at Skara Brae, in Orkney, in the 1860s. But it was only recently rediscovered during a search of the collections at the 17th century Skaill House.
Created by Neolithic farming groups in the Italian Alps, National Museums Scotland's jade axeheads are rarely seen in public. Now they've gone on display alongside a work by inspired carver Tim......
Charles Jencks's new mosaic at the Crawick Multiverse is inspired by earth, the sun, life and death. The landscape artist talks comets, ampitheatres and a desert near Dumfries.
This huge hoard of hack silver is still revealing details of life in Roman Scotland - almost 200 years after it was first found in Aberdeenshire
Found in a heavily-ploughed Aberdeenshire field where stone circles were once "ruthlessly removed", the Gaulcross hoard is one of the largest Roman hoards ever discovered in Scotland.
Archaeologists have used sewage at a fort on the path of the Antonine Wall to discover the eating habits of Romans in Scotland - as well as their problems with worms and fleas.
Archaeologists say they have found the outlines of "at least nine" further coffins at an Edinburgh school playground where a skeleton was found during the Easter holidays.
From cave art to graffiti and Berlin to Dumfries, street artists create giant murals for "a world without borders"
With her street art group Recoat, Amy Whiten painted a series of murals across Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games 2014. Her latest work is a giant mural at the city's On The Corner.