Day 3: What Lies Beneath

Despite a forecast threatening rain, today was a pleasant and almost hot day. It was a bit sticky for some tastes, but not terribly hot. The volunteers continued to dig in the trenches and some interesting discoveries are appearing whether we like it or not. BEES in one trench and rocks in another. Never mind… Continue reading Day 3: What Lies Beneath


A bit about me, by Michael Sharpe

  I work mainly as a freelance commercial archaeologist, recording archaeology in advance of roads, construction, and other developments in Scotland. I also work on community archaeology projects, such as the Cromarty Medieval Burgh Community Archaeology Project, and the Rosemarkie Caves Project. I specialise in technical small finds photography, and RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging). I… Continue reading A bit about me, by Michael Sharpe