Published: Monday, 08 February 2016 23:49
Our signature publication written by Professor Anne S. Robertson was first published in 1960. Professor Lawrence Keppie took over the editorship with the Fourth Edition in 1990 and he has now produced this new and completely updated Sixth Edition, lavishly illustrated in colour reflecting the wealth of new excavation and survey work.
Read more: New Publication: The Antonine Wall
Published: Saturday, 06 February 2016 18:38
The Society has a supply of quality enamelled badges bearing the Society’s Crest. These are available at the ridiculously cheap price of £3.50 and are on sale at lectures (when available) at the sales table.
Glasgow Archaeological Society car stickers and bookmarks are also freely available to members.
Read more: A Must Have Fashion Accessory!
Published: Saturday, 06 February 2016 13:10
GAS and ACFA members are invited to participate in survey sessions for the Stonemasons' Marks Research Project.
The research project aims to record stonemasons’ marks on the medieval castles and churches of Scotland, and work is now well underway. The next survey sessions for Glasgow Cathedral are scheduled for:
Read more: Fieldwork Opportunity – Stonemasons Marks Research Project
Published: Saturday, 06 February 2016 19:09
The Society's second winter excursion will be taking place on Saturday, April 16th, 2016, when we will be visiting the Titan Crane and Clydebank Library and Museum.
Read more: Second Winter Excursion: Titan Crane and Clydebank Library and Museum
Published: Saturday, 06 February 2016 13:25
By Iain Ross Wallace
Having come to archaeology rather late in life, I have just completed a degree at Glasgow and am about to embark on a Research Masters, examining the stonemason’s marks of buildings in the early medieval period.
Read more: Leaving your mark on history
Published: Monday, 05 October 2015 12:32
Scotland Street School Museum | Sunday, 8th November, 2015 | 1.00pm – 2.45pm
Scotland Street Museum is a museum of school education.
Read more: First Winter Excursion 2015: Scotland Street School Museum