Dr Gordon Noble is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology and Honorary Curatorial Fellow to the University Museums at the University of Aberdeen. He has lectured at the University of Durham and did postdoctoral research at the University of Glasgow on the Neolithic of northern Europe.
In 2012 Dr. Noble’s team launched an important new research project on the northern Picts, the post-Roman kingdoms of northern Scotland. He has also undertaken excavation and research projects across Scotland, working on landscapes and sites from the Neolithic to Medieval periods. From 2006-12 he was director and co-founder of Strathearn & Royal Forteviot, an archaeological project researching the prehistoric and early historic landscape at Forteviot. Dr. Noble has also been director of the Rhynie Environs Archaeological Project that has uncovered evidence for an undocumented royal centre in northeast Scotland. He is author of books including “Neolithic Scotland: Timber, Stone, Earth and Fire”.