Project and Fieldwork 2004
Reconstructing the Past: Building a Chambered Cairn at Spittal
During July CAT, John Barber (AOC Archaeology Group) and members of the community helped to build a chambered cairn at Spittal. The overall aim of the project was to relive a community project carried out by our Caithness ancestors almost 6000 years ago!
New survey work at Nybster broch
As part of a wider analysis of the brochs of Caithness members of CAT, the local community, and students from Nottingham University undertook survey and recording at Nybster and Keiss Road brochs.
Survey of Yarrows and Warehouse by the Caithness Archaeological Trust (CAT) and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS)
Caithness contains some of the best-preserved prehistoric and historic landscapes in Scotland. One of the best examples can be found around the area of Yarrows and Warehouse. The Caithness Archaeological Trust (CAT) is delighted to announce that the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS), together with local people, have been undertaking a new and ambitious programme of fieldwork in this area over the last 6 months.
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