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12.45-12.50:  Log on

12.50-13.00:  Welcome

13.00-13.20:  Professor Ian Ralston – Anna Ritchie and Scottish Archaeology

13.20-14.00:  Professor Katherine Forsyth – The Ogham Inscriptions of Orkney

14.00-14.10:  Q&A

14.10-14.20:  Break

14.20-15.00:  Christina Cowart-Smith – The Abercorn Assemblage: New Insights into the Sculptural Repertoire of a Central British Monastery

15.00-15.10:  Q&A

15.10-15.20:  Break

15.20-16.00:  Dr Alan Macniven – Commensality in Context: An Onomastic Review of the Socially Embedded Economies of Scotia Scandinavica  

16.00-16.10:  Q&A

16:10-16:20:  Break

16.20-17.00:  Dr Kelly Kilpatrick – Finding and Interpreting the Lost and Forgotten Early Inscribed Stones of Pictland

17.00-17.10:  Q&A

17.10-17.40:  Breakout

 

Programme:  Sunday 6th March 2022

12.45-12.50:  Log on

12.50-13.00:  Welcome

13.00-13.40:  Professor Stephen Driscoll – The Govan Hogbacks in Context

13.40-13.50:  Q&A

13.50-14.00:  Break

14.00-14.40:  Dr Val Turner – Hidden in Plain Sight: Pictish Shetland

14.40-14.50:  Q&A

14.50-15.00:  Break

15.00-15.40:  Dr Adrián Maldonado – Brough of Birsay Revisited: A New Look at the Pictish Workshop

15.40-15.50:  Q&A

15.50-16.00:  Break

16.00-16.40:  Professor Gordon Noble & Dr James O’Driscoll:  Aberlemno Environs: New Work by the Comparative Kingship Project

16.40-16.50:  Q&A

16.50-17.00:  Closing remarks

17.00-17.30:  Breakout

 

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