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A rare glass sculpture by Pablo Picasso, depicting a goat and created by a Venice glassmaker in 1954, has gone on display at the National Museum of Scotland.
Mythologised and misunderstood: Photos of former residents of remotest part of the British Isles revealed
Two archaeologists have spent nine months studying St Kilda, the "islands at the edge of the world" whose last residents were evacuated at their own request in 1930.
Archaeologists have described significant amounts of charred hazlenut shells, found in the first excavation at Staffin Bay for 20 years, as "the ideal thing to date".
Early Neolithic people feasted before leaving their bowls broken in pits in South Lanarkshire around 6,000 years, say archaeologists who have radiocarbon dated precious deposits.
A writer and broadcaster who has been appointed as the new poet-in-residence at Stirling’s Smith Art Gallery and Museum has written a work alongside the long-serving museum cat as one of his first......
Charley Edwards, whose signature sprayed motif is a weird, fanged bunny rabbit, has found a huge place to play in at the Verdant Works during Museums at Night. He tells us about skeletons and......
A gamekeeper's pigs have foraged the way to the earliest dated evidence for human activity in Scotland – a set of 12,000-year-old Ice Age stone tools in the Inner Hebrides.
With Guy Fawkes Night upon us, now is the time to follow our Gunpowder Plot trail to find out more about the plot and the plotters in UK museums and heritage sites, and online.
A 12mm-long burnt piece of bone could have been drilled as a clothing accessory by prehistoric inhabitants of a North Skye community, according to archaeologists.