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Archaeological Unit - advice and informationAberdeen City Council Archaeological Unit contributes to the care of the Citys archaeological heritage in a variety of ways, both in the field and in a museum context - through archaeological and historical research, through provision of advice to developers, farmers, foresters and the public, through exhibitions, talks, guided walks, re-enactments, publications, excavation and survey work and education projects.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can my community group have a talk about local archaeology?
- Does my development have archaeological implications?
- How do I find out about archaeological sites in my area or on my land?
- How many archaeological sites are there in Aberdeen?
- What do I do if I find a coin or other object while digging on my land or in my garden?
- What should I do if I think Iíve found an archaeological site on my land?