The Perthshire book
This comprehensive collection of essays provides fascinating information about this part of Scotland. The natural, historical, and cultural treasures of this popular area are revealed here in all their glorious variety. Individual chapters explore such topics as: early peoples, castles and mansions, tales and legends, buildings, place names, and geology and landscape.
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Geology and Landscape
The Dark Ages
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18th century Aberfeldy activity agricultural amongst archaeological Ardoch Auchterarder Blair Atholl Blairgowrie bridge building built burgh cairns Caledonian Carse of Gowrie Castle centres common Comrie construction Coupar Angus Crieff cropmark cross Dalradian Devonian distilleries Dundee Dunkeld early east economic enclosures estates estuary evidence example excavation farm Figure forest Forteviot friary Gaelic Glen High Street Highland Boundary Fault Highland Perthshire Hill important industry Jacobite James known land landscape later located Loch Tay Lowlands major medieval mesolithic metamorphic rocks modern Moine monuments neolithic original parish period Perth and Kinross Perthshire Pictish Picts place-names Plate population railway recent record River Tay road Roman royal rural Scone Scotland Scots Scottish sedimentary settlement Source St John's Kirk stone strath Strathearn Strathmore structures survive Tayside timber tourism town tradition travellers Trossachs types upland wall