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Digital Documentation Manager Lyn Wilson explains how and why we’re digitally documenting Scotland’s history with the Rae Project.
We challenged the contestants of our brand new panel show to try some fabulous food inspired by historical cooking, ingenious ingredients and foraged flavours!
We explore the Scottish connections to John Franklin’s Lost Arctic Expedition, the inspiration for the historical horror series ‘The Terror’.
Immerse yourself in history from home by exploring our interactive 3D models of towers, tombs, brochs and standing stones!
Have you ever wondered how you monitor an Iron Age monument located on a remote, deserted Shetland island? Or ever wanted to explore the famous Mousa Broch up close in 3D? Now’s your chance!
Learn how our Collections and Digital Documentation Teams have been working together to make Scotland’s Historic Collections accessible wherever you are in the world.
Find out how to visit ten ancient cairns and two earth houses from the comfort of home in this post from Georgie about the magic of 3D digital modelling…
Discover how airbourne laser scanning, or LiDAR, is helping us understand the archaeological remains across Edinburgh’s ancient Holyrood Park.
This week we are pleased to welcome a guest post from our Digital Documentation Intern, Sofia, who shares an insight into recent work she has been part of at Skara Brae.