Scotland: An Oxford Archaeological Guide

Synopsis

Steeped in history and renowned for the beauty of its landscape, Scotland offers fertile ground for archaeology enthusiasts to explore. In this authoritative guide, Anna and Graham Ritchie provide fascinating coverage of over 250 ancient Scottish sites, including tombs, forts, cairns, churches, standing stones, and Viking settlements, dating from earliest times to 1200 AD. Arranged geographically within ten different areas, Scotland makes discovering these sites both enjoyable and intelligible.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1998

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