Our appreciation of the past relies heavily on the survival of stone monuments, buildings and landscape features. They shape our sense of place and identity. This Framework aims to link, inspire, mobilize and direct the efforts of anyone with an interest in carved stone monuments in Scotland.
The first of our regional research frameworks, funded by Historic Environment Scotland and made in collaboration with Kilmartin Museum, is available here.
Case Study Highlights
Almost 20% of Scotland’s rock art can be found in Argyll and Bute! Check out this new case study to find out more about how ScRAP has been working with community teams to record, research and enhance our understanding of these enigmatic stones.
The Historic Environment Scotland-funded project Tracing the Lines: Uncovering Grooved Ware Trajectories in Neolithic Scotland, coordinated by Drs Alex Gibson and Mike Copper of the University of Bradford, aimed to investigate the nature and timing of the spread of Grooved Ware beyond Orkney. You can Download the database created as part of the project here.
The Scottish Network for Nineteenth-Century European Cultures Framework (SNNEC) explores the inter-connectivity of people and culture in Scotland and Europe during the long nineteenth century to draw out a holistic understanding of the value and significance of Scotland’s relationships with European ‘nations-in-the-making’.
Collaborating with museums and experts, ScARF organises one-day skills workshops designed for any individuals who are involved with, or has an interest in museum collections and archaeological research in Scotland. Find out more information about past and future workshops here.