Dr Fraser Hunter is Principal Curator in the Department of Scottish History and Archaeology at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Fraser's research focuses on the Iron Age and Roman periods, and seeks to put Scottish finds into their European context. Research interests include archaeological approaches to Celtic art, the carnyx in Iron Age Europe, hoarding practices, Iron Age material culture, and the impact of the Roman world. Recent publications include edited volumes on "A Roman frontier post and its people: Newstead 1911-2011" (with Lawrence Keppie, 2012), "Late Roman silver: the Traprain Treasure in context" (with Kenneth Painter; 2013), "Scotland in later prehistoric Europe" (with Ian Ralston; 2015) and "Celts: art and identity (with Julia Farley; 2015). Fraser has been a leading curator in creating the Celts exhibition at the British Museum and the National Museum of Scotland. Dr Alison Sheridan is Principal Curator in the Department of Scottish History and Archaeology at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Alison's research focuses on the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age of Britain and Ireland within their wider European context. She has written extensively on the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition, and as Co-Ordinator for Britain and Ireland in the French-led Projet JADE she has published on Neolithic axeheads from the Alps. She also specialises in the use of of jet and jet-like materials, faience, amber and gold. Recent publications include "Jade. Grandes haches alpines du Neolithique europeen. Ve et IVe millenaires av. J.-C. (with Pierre Petrequin et al, eds, 2012 ); "Is there a British Chalcolithic?" (with Mike Allen and Julie Gardiner, eds, 2012), sections in "Ritual in Early Bronze Age Grave Goods" (Ann Woodward and John Hunter, eds, 2015), and "Amazing Amber" (with Andrew Ross, 2013). Alison was President of the Prehistoric Society 2010-2014.