Monthly Archives: September 2012

The geology of Lochbrow

To me, as a geologist, one of the most interesting aspects of the Lochbrow Landscape Project is trying to understand the origins of the landscape.  After all, its form, its structure, and its human use is very much dictated by … Continue reading

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Photos of Lochbrow 2012

I took a few photos of the Lochbrow landscape (and a few other things) over the 4 days I was volunteering, and have now posted them on my Flickr page.  Should you wish to peruse them, they can be found … Continue reading

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Lockerbie talk

Last night the three project directors gave a public talk at Lockerbie town hall titled Lochbrow: the hidden archaeology of a prehistoric landscape. We presented an overview of the project plus new results from this year’s season, and afterwards had … Continue reading

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The Lochbrow Landscape Project is back on site

Kirsty here, signing on for the Lochbrow Landscape Project season. The 2012 season has begun and it’s good to be back! We arrived on site yesterday for a day of setting up and general reconnaissance.  As well as surveying the … Continue reading

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Archaeology at Lochbrow – there’s lots of it about!

[I am not an archaeologist, and I wrote this post for my own blog, The Daily Liam, last year, after my first experience of Lochbrow.  I apologize if it makes no sense to anyone but me.] A cursus is a … Continue reading

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