AOC is delighted to announce that we will be working together with IAC Archaeology and CFA Archaeology to bid for certain future heritage contracts related to large, complex infrastructure projects, such as HS2. The team is branded as ‘Connect Archaeology’. Please see www.connectarchaeology.com for further details.
Last year, AOC Archaeology Group worked as part of a Whithorn Trust project at Blach Loch of Myrton, near Monreith, Dumfries and Galloway. 'Whithorn: Hearth, Home & Farm' ran in parallel with our HES supported excavations at Black Loch of Myrton, and saw a variety of crannog- and agriculture-inspired events running in Whithorn. Whithorn Trust’s outreach activites were generously supported by Heritage Lottery Fund.
This project has made the shortlist for the ‘Best Community Engagement Archaeology Programme’ in the 2016 British Archaeological Award.
The Archaeological Investigation of a Prehistoric Landscape: Excavations on Arran 1978-81
The monograph report on the investigation of prehistoric landscapes on Arran...
The History of a Scottish Lowland Crannog: excavations at Buiston, Ayrshire, 1989-90
The most extensive excavation of an early historic crannog undertaken in Scotland...