On Sunday 6th September, SWACS hosted a group of international delegates from the European Association of Archaeology Conference, which was held in Glasgow this year.
We have digital archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust at the Wemyss Caves from Monday, 9 March, to Friday, 20 March, inclusive. They’re here to complete the data collection for the Visualization Project. The pilot project was carried out in Jonathan’s Cave in November 2013 resulting in the Wemyss Caves 4D
Are you a fan of our Wemyss Caves 4D website? Do you wish you could explore all the other caves online instead of just Jonathan’s? Then you will be pleased to hear that – thanks to generous support from SCAPE (Scottish Coastal Archaeology and the Problem of Erosion) and Historic
An illustrated talk on local history was given by Sue Hamstead, SWACS Education Officer, to the senior citizens group at Buckhaven Community Centre. Fittingly, the main subject of the talk was Auld Buckhyne and many members of the audience had their own memories to contribute.
A lecture was given by Sue Hamstead, SWACS Education Officer, to Edinburgh University Archaeological Society. The lecture covered some basic information about the caves for those new to the subject, then delved more deeply into the history of their archaeological exploration from the Victorian pioneers right up to the latest
Dr Jo Hambly (SCAPE) and Dr Sue Hamstead (SWACS) delivered a lecture on the history of research into the Wemyss Caves at the 2014 TAFAC Conference. The lecture also focused on the imaging work which was recently carried out on Jonathan’s Cave as part of the Wemyss Caves 4D project.