Volume 39 of the Scottish Archaeological Journal is on schedule to be published in March 2017. It will contain several book and museum reviews along with information on the 2017 Dalrymple Lectures on the archaeology of Roman Sicilly.

There will also be three short notes on subjects as diverse as Neolithic pottery from St Kilda, the recovery of a Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age All-Over Corded Beaker from Quixwood Moor and a preliminary report on the recent excavations at Castlebank Street Partick. The two main articles cover the following subjects: excavations of an Iron Age settlement at Auchrannie, Brodick and prehistoric and ritual activities at Barassie.


About the Journal

The Scottish Archaeological Journal is published by Edinburgh University press on behalf of Glasgow Archaeological Society. Copies of the journal are distributed to "Ordinary" and "Student" members of the Glasgow Archaeological Society as they are issued. The back catalogue of journals can also be accessed online, free of charge, by members, using the password provided by the Membership Secretary.

Members and non-members are welcome to contribute articles, notes and reviews for future editions of the Scottish Archaeological Journal if they so wish. Anyone with any queries about the journal should contact the Journal Editor, Jim Mearns, via the contact form.