A History of the Picts Or Romano-British Wall, and of the Roman Stations and Vallum: With an Account of Their Present State, Taken During a Pilgrimage (Paperback)
This book offers a detailed history and analysis of the Picts, a confederation of Celtic tribes that lived in ancient Scotland. The author provides a fascinating description of their lifestyle, culture, and political organization, while also tracing their interactions with the Roman Empire. The book is an important resource for anyone interested in the history of ancient Scotland.
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