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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Tales of the Picts

    £5.99
    For many centuries the people of Scotland have told stories of their ancestors, a mysterious tribe called the Picts. From Shetland to the Border with England, these ancient memories of Scotland?s original inhabitants have flourished since the nation?s earliest days and now are told afresh, shedding new light on our ancient past.
    ISBN: 9781910021958
    AuthorStuart McHardy
    Pub Date15/04/2016
    BindingPaperback
    Pages185
    Availability: In Stock

    For many centuries the people of Scotland have told stories of their ancestors, a mysterious tribe called the Picts.


    This ancient Celtic-speaking people, who fought off the might of the Roman Empire, are perhaps best known for their Symbol Stones - images carved into standing stones left scattered across Scotland, many of which have their own stories. Here for the first time these tales are gathered together with folk memories of bloody battles, chronicles of warriors and priestesses, saints and supernatural beings.


    From Shetland to the border with England, these ancient memories of Scotland's original inhabitants have flourished since the nation's earliest days and now are told afresh, shedding new light on our ancient past.

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    For many centuries the people of Scotland have told stories of their ancestors, a mysterious tribe called the Picts.


    This ancient Celtic-speaking people, who fought off the might of the Roman Empire, are perhaps best known for their Symbol Stones - images carved into standing stones left scattered across Scotland, many of which have their own stories. Here for the first time these tales are gathered together with folk memories of bloody battles, chronicles of warriors and priestesses, saints and supernatural beings.


    From Shetland to the border with England, these ancient memories of Scotland's original inhabitants have flourished since the nation's earliest days and now are told afresh, shedding new light on our ancient past.