Phrenology and diagnosing Burns | Inside the Mind of Robert Burns
Burns' grave was moved and in doing so his skull detached. Now widely disputed, scholars then were encouraged to consider the phrenology of Burns, determining whether the skull was indicative of his mental faculties and traits of character.Tweet
Lasers, echoes and digital mapping | Scotland from the Sky
Modern technology using lasers and echoes allow archaeologists to digitally map landscapes uncovering more history than was ever thought possible.
An Earl's garden | Scotland from the Sky
The remanence of a vast ornamental garden was visible from the sky next to Castle Kennedy which revealed an interesting insight to its owners past.