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A stone ball, carved around 2000 BC, said to have come from Towie, Aberdeenshire. links

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The LEMUR project is one of many which will form a Distributed National Electronic Resource.

SCRAN (Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network) is a web-site with over half a million pages of photos, text, movies and audio devoted to Scottish material culture and human history. Marischal Museum is one of the many contributors.

The Biota of Early Terrestrial Ecosystems: The Rhynie Chert is a web-based teaching and learning resource developed at the University of Aberdeen and, like the LEMUR project, has been funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee. 'Rhynie Chert' is a 400 million year old fossil-rich rock foramtion, found near the village of Rhynie in northeast Scotland

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