Popular views of Scottish archaeology are dominated by images of the great stone monuments of the west and north such as chambered tombs and brochs. For the first time this book provides an overview of a part of Lowland Scotland, with its own, very different archaeological record. Aerial photography, new surveys, and extensive excavations provide the basis for this account of 2,000 years of Angus's archaeology and history, from its early settlement until AD 1000. The Iron Age— with its rich record of settlements and of Pictish sculpture—is a main focus.
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