Archaeobotanical study of useful plant cultivation in the Inner Congo Basin during the Iron Age.
The second part of the South-Scotland survey led us into the county Scottish Borders. Here, close to the town of Melrose lies the site of a Roman fort, and nearby an Iron […]
Our first destination in Scotland in this year’s survey tour was the Lowland-landscape of Ecclefechan and Middlebie. Here, the tabular eminence of Burnswark Hill has intrigued settlers at least from the […]
Previous to our surveys in Dumfriesshire and Scottish Borders, Nina, Roman and me went for a flying visit to Northern Ireland. Colleagues from Queen’s University Belfast and the University of […]
23rd September – only two days left and Nina, Roman and me will head for a new survey campaign in South Scotland (and Northern Ireland). A good time to recap […]