HIGHLAND ARCHAEOLOGY FESTIVAL 2021
25 September – 15 October 2021
The festival is provided by the Highland Council and runs over 3 weeks each late September/October to celebrate the heritage of the Highlands from earliest settlers to modern times, below ground and above.
For 2021, Groam House presents a series of online activities focused on the museum’s superb Pictish sculpted stones that give an idea of the importance of Rosemarkie 1,250 years ago. Through their fabulous art and design the stones tell stories of the power of kings, church and saints. They speak of an early Christian monastery hidden under the village of Rosemarkie.
You can also visit the museum – BOOK YOUR VISIT
Watch Michelle Brown’s excellent talk ‘The Rosemarkie Pictish Stones and the great Insular Gospel Books’
Take a virtual tour of our display of carved Pictish stones
Watch Thomas Keyes create a Pictish key pattern design
Read Tim Blackie’s article on his fascination with Rosemarkie’s Pictish past and his work on HER records
Listen as Jill Harden and Alastair Morton talk about the stones in the Pictish Cross Podcast
Read about a fantastic find in Rosemarkie
WATCH | THE ROSEMARKIE PICTISH STONES AND THE GREAT INSULAR GOSPEL BOOKS – MICHELLE BROWN
EXHIBITION TOUR: The Picts in Rosemarkie
See our new interpretation of our display of carved Pictish stones for 2020
PICTISH KEY PATTERN DESIGN
An article by Tim Blackie
Groam House Museum volunteers Jill Harden and Alastair...
People in Rosemarkie should always keep their eyes open …