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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.
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.
Archaeologists have used a mass burial found beneath an Edinburgh car park to create facial reconstructions of four people from 1,500 years ago.
"Tantalising" Bronze Age building could have been used as prehistoric healing sauna, say archaeologists
Archaeologists say a steam house in the middle of a Bronze Age building discovered in Orkney could have been used for spiritual ceremonies, rites of passages or as a sweat house.
With the autumn/winter exhibition season here, Culture24 picks the best Scottish exhibitions of 2015 to catch between now and Christmas.
Researchers say the earliest case of rickets in the UK, in a Neolithic skeleton on the Scottish island of Tiree, could have reflected the unusual circumstances of a rural woman far from the slums......
Captain Eric Brown CBE has been reunited with a Messerschmitt Me 163B-1a Komet at the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune, East Lothian, 70 years after he first flew the highly volatile......
A Mesolithic bay where hunter-gatherers once lived off of wild resources has “huge potential” to reveal life on the north coast of Scotland 8,000 years ago, say archaeologists.
Aberdeenshire’s oldest man, an axe carrying figure preserved in a six-foot Pictish stone, is being pursued with a dig in the village where high-status figures lived during the 5th or 6th centuries.