ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: December 3, 2015
Early Medieval Scotland: Individuals, Communities and Ideas
By (author) David Clarke; By (author) Alice Blackwell; By (author) Martin Goldberg
The elaborately carved Hilton of Cadboll stone, the house-shaped Monymusk Reliquary and the sumptuously decorated Hunterston brooch (all on view in the National Museum of Scotland) are evidence of the sophistication of Scottish craftsmen in the time AD 300-900. A pioneering partnership between National Museums Scotland and The Glenmorangie Company has supported a major programme of research into the archaeology of Scotland during the Early Medieval period. This is the paperback edition of the book first published in 2012.
David Clarke is a former Keeper of the Department of Archaeology, National Museums Scotland. Alice Blackwell is GlenmorangieResearch Officer and Martin Goldberg is Curator of Early Historic & Viking Collections, both National Museums Scotland.