Ancient Shetland

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B.T. Batsford, 1998 - History - 128 pages
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Here is the first overview of current archeological knowledge of ancient Shetland, from Mesolithic times to the Viking/Norse period: a period of 8,000 years. It investigates death and ritual in the Neolithic era; domestic life in the Bronze Age; unsettled times in the Iron Age; and the lifestyles of both the Picts and Christians.

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Turner is the Shetland Archaeologist.

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