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    Publisher: Birlinn

    Celtic Scotland

    £14.99
    This authoritative and handsomely illustrated book is aimed at the general reader who wants to know about the mysterious people who inhabited Scotland from the Bronze Age onwards.
    ISBN: 9781780272924
    AuthorIan Armit
    Pub Date04/04/2016
    BindingPaperback
    Pages144
    Availability: In Stock

    This authoritative and handsomely illustrated book is aimed at the general reader who wants to know about the mysteriouspeople who inhabited Scotland from the Bronze Age onwards. They created wonderful works of art in gold and silver and theirbrochs and hillforts are scattered over the Scottish landscape. Many modern-day Scots are descended from them. Using theresults of modern archaeology and historical sources, Ian Armit answers the key questions about who the Celts were, wherethey came from, their relationship with other Celtic tribes throughout Europe, their customs and beliefs and their daily life. It is afascinating story told with flair and clarity by one of Britain's leading experts on the Celts.

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    This authoritative and handsomely illustrated book is aimed at the general reader who wants to know about the mysteriouspeople who inhabited Scotland from the Bronze Age onwards. They created wonderful works of art in gold and silver and theirbrochs and hillforts are scattered over the Scottish landscape. Many modern-day Scots are descended from them. Using theresults of modern archaeology and historical sources, Ian Armit answers the key questions about who the Celts were, wherethey came from, their relationship with other Celtic tribes throughout Europe, their customs and beliefs and their daily life. It is afascinating story told with flair and clarity by one of Britain's leading experts on the Celts.