A team from York Archaeological Trust (YAT – mainly Marcus and Rachel) were at Wemyss Caves during March using a variety of complementary methods of data capture. Laser scanning was used to record the contours of the caves and also of the land outwith and above them. In addition, the
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
SWACS have an exciting couple of weeks coming up. At the moment our Wemyss Caves 4D website features only Jonathan’s Cave, but experts from York Archaeological Trust are about to begin work on rolling out the Visualization Project to the rest of the caves. So, from Monday, 9 March, through
Archaeologist, Dom Dawson (SCAPE and St Andrew’s University) discusses the Wemyss Caves on BBC 4’s Digging For Britain. Tom’s interview is available to watch on BBC iplayer at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b052vcbd/digging-for-britain-series-3-3-north The segment is about 30 minutes in and will be available for the next 28 days.
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
Members of the Wemyss Caves Working Group met with representatives of the team from Northlight Heritage who have been commissioned to formulate the Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the caves. Northlight will undertake a baseline audit of the caves and their carvings and make an assessment of their cultural significance.