Dr. Kenny Brophy will be kicking off the 2020-2021 lecture season tonight with his talk on Megalithic overkill? Rethinking the multiple stone rows of Caithness and Sutherland. Due to the current pandemic, this lecture is being held online via Zoom, starting at 7.30pm.

If you would like to join us this evening you will need to download Zoom (if you haven't already done so) and then email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for an invite to the meeting. Dr. Brophy will then send a link and a password so you can join us from 7.15pm onwards, in preparation for a 7.30pm start. Like all of our lectures, attendance is free of charge and open to members and non-members alike. Please be aware, however, that there are a limited number of spaces availble, so invitations will be sent out on a first-come-first-served basis.

The lecture is being recorded and will be uploaded to Youtube after the event has finished, so if you are unable to join us this evening you can always catch up later on. A link to the video will be posted here as soon as it's available.


About the Lecture

The multiple stone rows of northern Scotland are one of the most enigmatic monument types in Scotland. In this talk Dr Brophy will focus on University of Glasgow fieldwork that might help us to understand these possibly Bronze Age monuments – Alex Morrison's work at Halmie in the 1990s and my own excavations at Battle Moss in 2003-5. Dr Brophy will outline results of both projects, and discuss how this might help us to make sense of famous sites like the Hill o' Many Stanes.