The Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology
10:30am, Saturday 16 September 2017 Lauriston Castle
The Romans were only in Scotland for a few decades but in that time they left several impressive structures from forts and marching camps to the Antonine Wall. But did they have a greater impact on Scotland? Have they helped shape it into the nation it is today? This lecture will explore Roman Scotland and what archaeology has told us about their brief part of Scotland’s history.
This lecture is provided by Archaeology Scotland, a charity that is working to inspire communities, amateurs and professionals to discover, explore and enjoy Scotland's past.
All of our lecture mornings cost £9 and include a friendly lecture where you have the opportunity to meet our guest lecturer, have coffee and cakes and get a special tour.
Take advantage of our special offer, book 10 lectures for £80