Scotland's Pompeii: the mystifying story of Skara Brae
The story of Skara Brae
It was discovered in 1850
Experts were left scratching their heads
Taking notes proved important
The site was even older than people realised
What does Skara Brae mean?
How was Skara Brae built?
The houses were connected
Skara Brae followed Neolithic patterns
What were Skara Brae's roofs made of?
Who were the Grooved Ware people?
What did they do?
Bone pins from Skara Brae
Jewellery from Skara Brae
Did Skara Brae invent the toilet?
Why is Skara Brae called the 'Scottish Pompeii'?
The mysterious bodies of Skara Brae
House Eight at Skara Brae
The site was abandoned in 2500 BC
What happened to Skara Brae's residents?
It's not the only Neolithic site on Orkney
You can't go inside the houses
The future of Skara Brae
The site is still yielding new discoveries
How to visit Skara Brae
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