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Archaeology: the year ahead

Whether you’re a seasoned dig enthusiast or an armchair archaeologist there are plenty of archaeology projects to look forward to this year, with opportunities to get involved in a dig or watch live archaeology projects virtually from wherever you are in the world

1. Post-medieval dig, Edinburgh

Archaeologists at City of Edinburgh Council will be working with Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society on a project to explore Cammo Estate, a significant post-medieval estate located on the western approach to Edinburgh coming in from South Queensferry.

Tel: 0131 558 1040; website: scot.sh/ HSedinarch

2. Tarradale Through Time, Black Isle

Tarradale Through Time is a three-year project organised by the North of Scotland Archaeology Society and partly funded by Historic Environment Scotland.

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About History Scotland

The March/April issue of History Scotland is packed full of history, heritage and archaeology news, opinion, in-depth features and events. Highlights include: * Farming in 19th-century Fife * Mutiny in the East India Company * Medieval fishing rights on the River Forth * Splendours of the Subcontinent - new exhibition * Excerpts from a World War I diary

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