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Celebrated on the third Saturday of October, The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and archaeological organizations around the world present archaeological programs and activities for people of all ages and interests.
Designed by Scott Olgilvie, this commemorative tartan marksedthe 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) in Glasgow, September 2015.
This tartan was designed to commemorate the event and will hereafter be associated with the discipline of archaeology in general and the EAA Glasgow 2015 in particular. The blues, white and gold of the University of Glasgow emblem have been incorporated with heather to celebrate Scotland.
For more on some important archaeology sites in Scotland, click the photo the Crannog Centre in Perthshire.