The full excavation report from last year’s Dunyvaig excavation has just been released! Click the link below to read a full account of all the exciting discoveries from summer 2019.
In early October, Islay Heritage carried out an archaeological evaluation at the site of a crannog in the partly drained Loch nan Deala near Keills. This is the second time we have come to this intriguing site having conducted detailed topographic and geophysical...read more
During the summer, Professor Steven Mithen and Sarah Lambert-Gates travelled to briefly survey the ruins of a chapel found on the Isle of Texa. The chapel is dated to the Medieval period and was dedicated to St Mary the Virgin. Some 16th century...read more
We've just released the interim report of our Dunyvaig and Hinterland Assessment Project 2018/2019. The project aimed to answer five questions and the report details how far we have come in getting these answers. To read the report, just click the button...read more
We have completed another exciting season of excavation at Dunyvaig this summer. You can read all about the excavation and its results in our excavation report by clicking the link below.read more
We have just produced a new fascinating report about the 2018 excavation at Dunyvaig Castle. You can read the whole thing a the link below.read more
The next Islay Archaeology week is here! Check out the poster below for more information and visit the Islay Archaeology Week 2018 page for to find out even more.read more
Some news coming from the Dunyvaig project. You can read the latest report about the electrical resistance and terrestrial 3D laser scan that took place at Dunyvaig in August 2017. For more about the Dunyvaig project you can visit the project...read more