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" Britain was peopled by tribes of one race, who were imbued with with the same superstitions, and expressed them by the same symbols." " The opinion has been maintained that these sculptures were the work of Roman soldiers, who, after driving the native... "
History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted September 22, 1831 - Page 167
by Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland). - 1868
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The history of the borough, castle, and barony of Alnwick, Volume 1

George Tate - Natural history - 1866
...art, in Britain; but their wide distribution, proves that the whole of Britain was at an early period peopled by tribes of one race, who were imbued with...superstitions and expressed them by the same symbols. "What indeed, could be sufficiently important to induce tribes living hundreds of miles apart and even...
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The Anthropological Review, Volumes 3-4

Anthropology - 1866
...Dalraid Scots had a kingdom. As Mr. Tate remarks, "their wide distribution over the British Islands evidences that at the period when they were made the...superstitions, and expressed them by the same symbols." These are most probably the oldest sculptures in Britain, and as yet the typical forms have not been...
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Contributions to North American Ethnology, Volume 5, Parts 1-3

John Wesley Powell - Ethnology - 1882
...conclusions. He infers from the wide distribution of the cup and circle-carvings over the British Islands " that at the period when they were made, the whole...superstitions, and expressed them by the same symbols." He refers to the invariable association of these carvings with ancient British forts, oppida, villages...
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Prehistoric America, Volume 2

Stephen Denison Peet - America - 1890
...in Great Britain that at the J period in which they were made the whole of Britain was peopled with tribes of one race, who were imbued with the same...superstitions and expressed them by the same symbols. He seems to ;/^?-a...?"'' ^-~:^-^. ,~Ģi ''-f/'S* nave a leaning toward the belief MIS^lS?-;'"" '*&...
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Archaic rock inscriptions: an account of the cup & ring markings on the ...

Body, Mind & Spirit - 1891 - 98 pages
...inevitably give rise to." It is considered by antiquarians that the wide distribution of cup and ring marks over the British Islands, " not only from the far...peopled by tribes of one race, who were imbued with with the same superstitions, and expressed them by the same symbols." " The opinion has been maintained...
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The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, Volume 12

Stephen Denison Peet - America - 1890
...carvings in Great Britain that at the period in which they were made the whole of Britain was peopled with tribes of one race, who were imbued with the same...superstitions and expressed them by the same symbols. He seems to have a leaning toward the belief that they originated with the Druids and were connected...
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