THE ART OF THE PICTS SCULPTURE AND METALWORK IN EARLY MEDIEVAL SCOTLAND

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The Art Of The Picts

Author : George Henderson
ISBN : 0500238073
Genre : Art
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"A major study of the art of the Picts." -Library Journal
Category: Art

The Last Of The Druids

Author : Iain W. G. Forbes
ISBN : 9781445612157
Genre : Social Science
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A fascinating new study into the Picts, one of Europe’s most enigmatic peoples.
Category: Social Science

Medieval Scotland

Author : Alan MacQuarrie
ISBN : 9780752494883
Genre : History
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Of all the Celtic peoples once dominant across the whole of Europe north of the Alps, only the Scots established a kingdom that lasted. Wales, Brittany and Ireland, subject to the same sort of pressure from a powerful neighbour, retained linguistic distinctiveness but lost political nationhood. What made Scotland's history so different?
Category: History

Pictish Progress

Author : Stephen T. Driscoll
ISBN : 9004187596
Genre : History
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Commemorating the 50th anniversary of F.T. Wainwright's The Problem of the Picts , this book is also a multi-disciplinary collection of essays presenting new research and assessing the current state of scholarship on northern Britain in the late first millennium AD. Topics featuring prominently include place-names, texts, art, landscape and burial practices.
Category: History

From Pictland To Alba 789 1070

Author : Alex Woolf
ISBN : 9780748628216
Genre : History
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In the 780s northern Britain was dominated by two great kingdoms; Pictavia, centred in north-eastern Scotland and Northumbria which straddled the modern Anglo-Scottish border. Within a hundred years both of these kingdoms had been thrown into chaos by the onslaught of the Vikings and within two hundred years they had become distant memories. This book charts the transformation of the political landscape of northern Britain between the eighth and the eleventh centuries. Central to this narrative is the mysterious disappearance of the Picts and their language and the sudden rise to prominence of the Gaelic-speaking Scots who would replace them as the rulers of the North. From Pictland to Alba uses fragmentary sources which survive from this darkest period in Scottish history to guide the reader past the pitfalls which beset the unwary traveller in these dangerous times. Important sources are presented in full and their value as evidence is thoroughly explored and evaluated.
Category: History

The Wyvern Collection

Author : Paul Williamson
ISBN : 0500021775
Genre : ART
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One of the most important collections of medieval sculpture and metalwork ever assembled, available to the public for the first time
Category: ART

Early Medieval Stone Monuments

Author : Howard Williams
ISBN : 9781783270743
Genre : Civilization, Medieval
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New insights into inscribed and stone monuments from across Europe in the early middle ages.
Category: Civilization, Medieval

The Insular Tradition

Author : Catherine E. Karkov
ISBN : 0791434567
Genre : Art
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"A breadth of interdisciplinary voices" discuss how geographical insularity - specifically that of Britain and Ireland - has affected artistic tradition.
Category: Art

The Work Of Angels

Author : Susan Youngs
ISBN : 0292790589
Genre : Art
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Examines Celtic metalwork from the 6th-9th centuries A.D., brought together from Ireland and Britain for a special exhibit.
Category: Art