Picts dating strathclyde

Even the little helpful material that there was (place name evidence) has been under attack.

It's interesting that several medieval writers identified the Picts as being something other than Celts.Remaining Pictish placename elements are rare and, as you say, distinctive and easily identifiable.The Beauly area has places of Pictish, Norse, English, Scots, Gaelic and French etymologies - not many areas in Europe enjoy such a variety.") is because we have fine articles on the Origins of the Kingdom of Alba and Scotland in the High Middle Ages which cover it.Another reason is that historians, while they have pretty much given up on conquest, haven't come up with any terribly clear explanations for the changes in the C10th.

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