Scotland’s Stories | June 2018

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Person holding a stone bead or spindle whorl from the excavation

Everyone’s been talking about ancient objects, pig’s teeth and Roman stones this month: 

Prehistoric roundhouse excavated at Tore near Inverness
BBC, 7 June

Possible discovery of prehistoric settlement near Thurso
BBC, 14 June

Roman wall find by main men reveals scale of fort near Melrose
The Southern Reporter, 26 June

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Pictured: A stone bead or spindle whorl from Tore (AOC Archaeology via BBC)