Standing stones are a part of the Scottish landscape that we sometimes take for granted. We see single stones in a field but do not stop to think how they got there, where did they come from, what did they mean to the people who erected them? New research is shedding light on some of these questions using a suite of advanced analytical field and laboratory methods. This talk by Dr Richard Bates will examine the new evidence and sites from Orkney to the stones at Calanais, Lewis and south to Stonehenge.
Free event, book via Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-tools-for-old-sites-examining-the-landscapes-of-stone-circles-tickets-120958103945