Welcome to DGNHAS
Welcome to the new version of the DGNHAS website, which is more accessible using mobile devices and more easily maintained than the earlier version.
All the content of the earlier version is available here, possibly in a new form and accessed in a different way. The main difference is in searching the website and gaining information on the contents of the online Transactions using TDGNHAS index cards. See the Searching page for more information.
General feedback and information on errors or omissions are welcome. Please e-mail the webmaster using the link on the Contacts page.
Help celebrate by supporting the Scottish Living History Festival, a fantastic family fun day at Callendar House, Falkirk on 31st August. It is very easy, just click the Crowdfunder link below!
Meet stars of TV, Professor Dame Sue Black and a surprise guest from the hit show Vikings! Bring the kids to have a go at lots of different activities, re-enactments, talks and workshops. Help us show what Archaeology Scotland is all about.
Professor Ian Donnachie, author of The Industrial Archaeology of Galloway, will give a talk entitled Gatehouse: Industrial Town at The Mill on the Fleet, High Street, Gatehouse of Fleet on Friday, 26 July 2019, starting at 7.30 pm. This will include a showing of the Open University film taken in Gatehouse in the 1970s. Admission is £2.00, but free for those under sixteen. See the poster for more information.
Clish-Clash is the e-newsletter of the Scottish Local History Forum.
The newsletter gives recent and forthcoming news about activities in the local history community.
“Clish-clash” means “repeated gossip” in Scots, and the newsletter passes on information about local history activities.
The aim is to issue Clish-Clash bi-monthly, but this depends on the amount of information received from SLHF members and others.
CanYou Dig It? is a Community Archaeology Programme in the Stewartry region, run by the 'Galloway Glens' Landscape Partnership Scheme. It is offering a full programme of events through June, July and August — it’s going to be a great summer of archaeology!
The next Pilgrimage will run from 20 to 28 July 2019, the first 4 days being based in Newcastle and the remainder in Carlisle. The Wall will be visited from South Shields on the North Sea to Maryport on the Solway. Pilgrims will travel in coaches between sites but there will be plenty of walking. The main themes of the tours will be the evidence for the building of the Wall and its later history in the third and fourth centuries. Eight experts in Hadrian's Wall will undertake the guiding.