This is a personal blog by Kirsty Millican about the way in which I find the past in the present, and a place for me to articulate my thoughts and ideas about archaeology and landscape. I am an archaeologist, specialising in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Scotland, cropmark and landscape archaeology, though I am also more generally interested in seeking out the chronological depths in the landscape and in the everyday, of whatever date or period. This blog, therefore, is a space for me to present my musings on archaeology, landscape and pastness. All views are my own. I hope you enjoy the blog!

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  1. Finola says:

    Lovely blog, Kirsty. Came by way of the re-blog at Mountains of Meaning. We have the Caillach here in Ireland too (perhaps not surprisingly) – see a post on our blog: http://roaringwaterjournal.com/2014/09/14/beara-the-lie-of-the-land/ We write a lot about the archaeology, mythology and history of West Cork and are always happy to find other inspiring blogs on such topics. Finola and Robert

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