Figure 1: Historic Environment Scotland's Digital Documentation Team regularly monitor the sea wall at Skara Brae on Orkney to check for changes in the coastline. (Image used with permission ©Crown Copyright: HES)
Figure 2: Irish Kite Brooch, 1000-1100 AD, 3D imaging process (Image used with permission ©CEMAC Project, Discovery Programme and Waterford Museum)
Figure 3: The Friends of Berkeley Castle presenting archaeology to the public as part of the annual CBA Festival of Archaeology (Image used with permission ©Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology Bristol University)
Figure 4: Stakeholders engaging in the Archaeology 2025 World Café Assembly at the Royal Irish Academy in April 2016, Dublin (Image used with permission ©Discovery Programme)
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