SESARF is now live!

We are excited to announce that the first three chapters from the South East Scotland Archaeological Research Framework (SESARF) are now live and available on the ScARF website. Take a look and explore the Landscape & Environment, Palaeolithic & Mesolithic and early medieval chapters. 

Nine brand new case studies are also available as part of the SESARF framework, offering an insight into significant sites and projects from the South East region. 

Collage showing the archaeology of the SESARF region

The SESARF project is led by SESAP (South East Scotland Archaeology Partnership), a group formed from the Local Archaeologist based in East Lothian, Midlothian, Edinburgh City and Scottish Borders Councils and the ScARF team at the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The project is primarily funded by Historic Environment Scotland with additional funding from SESAP.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to those who have contributed to SESARF, including Wessex Archaeology for their hard work in the first phase of the project. Thanks also to the speakers and attendees at any of our SESARF events and all the authors and case study contributors. Finally, we would like to thank and congratulate the members of the project team at SESAP for their hard work and commitment to the framework. 

Click here to explore the South East framework!

Keep your eyes peeled for updates as the next SESARF chapters are released over the coming months. Please contact us at with any questions or comments. 

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