A revised and updated version of the book first...
A revised and updated version of the book first published in 1998.
Ian Armit tells the story of Scotland's earliest history by concentrating on 100 of the most exciting and accessible monuments, which he places firmly in their wider text.
Armed with full information on 'How to get there', the reader is encouraged to go out and discover the wealth of the archaeological evidence that can be seen all over Scotland - Neolithic chambered tombs and stone circles, Bronze Age rock carvings and hut circles, Iron Age hillforts and brochs, Roman forts, Pictish symbol stones, early Christian crosses and Viking graves.
The book includes regional itineraries, a guide to museums and heritage attractions, and an archaelogical glossary.
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