The Strathearn Environs & Royal Forteviot project

Poller, Tessa
March 2011
History Scotland Magazine;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p12
The article discusses the archaeological excavation of Forteviot, Scotland, focusing on findings related to the past presence of Pictish peoples in the area. The author describes efforts to locate a Pictish palace at the site. The discovery of a Pictish cemetery and its use in furthering archaeological research are examined.


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