Blood of the Celts: The New Ancestral Story
Blood of the Celts: The New Ancestry Story, by Jean Manco, a building historian and the author of Ancestral Journeys...
Bowl with Neptune, Inveresk
Neptune was god of the oceans, freshwater, and seas (he was the counterpart of the Greek god Posiedon). The outer surface...
Brignatia, goddess of war and engineers, was worshiped in Celtic religion. She was the chief goddess of a local tribe...
Burial of the dead is the act of placing the corpse of a dead person in a tomb constructed for that purpose or in...
Dating from the late Neolithic period, the Balnuaran of Clava (popularly known as Clava Cairns) consists of three well-preserved...
Crannog, Loch Tay, Scotland
The Crannog centre on Loch Tay near Kenmore recreates an ancient Crannog, which was a wooden structure built out on...
Digging Into Scotland's Mysterious, Ancient Past
Scotland's Orkney Islands are so dense with human artifacts that they've been called "the Egypt of the North." At the...
Drust I (also known as Drest I, Drest son of Irb, and Drest son of Erb) was an early king of the Picts known as "The...
Head of a Local Deity, Birrens, Scotland
In the Roman empire deities which were not part of normal Roman beliefs were often readily adopted and worshiped. On...
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