Archaeologists show us how the Neolithic human lived in mainland Scotland, with new research, first publication of key datasets and radical reinterpretation of both burial practices and ceramics across 3rd millennium BC mainland Scotland.
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Kirsty Millican, established researcher with a particular expertise in remote sensing. She completed an AHRC-funded PhD at Glasgow University in 2009, on the topic of timber Neolithic monuments in Scotland.
Gordon Noble, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Aberdeen, which he joined in 2008 after postdoctoral research at the University of Glasgow,
Claire Christie, after graduating in archaeology from Aberdeen in 2012, achieved a Master's Degree with distinction from UCL, during which she researched Grooved Ware and Beaker pits from mainland Scotland,
Emma Philip, PhD student at Aberdeen University, having completed an M Litt in Archaeological Studies at Glasgow in 2008