Donald Gordon

Donald Gordon received a degree in Classics from Glasgow University, subsequently moving from teaching into Director of Education for Selkirkshire and then Deputy Director of the Borders Regional Council from 1973–95. He founded the Trimontium Trust in 1988 and served as honorary secretary until 2019, running the museum, coordinating a series of walks, talks and outings, and editing the distinctive annual Trimontium Trumpet. He was awarded an MBE in 2008 ‘for services to the Trimontium Trust and to the community in Melrose, Scottish Borders’.


Revealing Trimontium

ed. Donald Gordon

The Roman fort of Trimontium is renowned internationally thanks to the work of James Curle (1862–1944) who led the excavations of 1905–1910. This volume brings together key sets of his correspondence which cast fresh light on the intellectual networks of the early 20th century, when professional archaeology was still in its infancy. READ MORE

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