The nomads first arrived in Scotland some 9,000 years ago during the Stone Age, and their hunting and gathering way of life persisted for at least four millennia. A combination of archaeological, environmental, and geomorphological evidence reveals vital information on Scotland's landscape during that period, the origins of these early settlers, how they used the land's natural resources, and more.
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