The Pictish Conquest: The Battle of Dunnichen 685 & the Birth of Scotland
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The Pictish Conquest: The Battle of Dunnichen 685 & the Birth of Scotland

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The Pictish defeat of the Northumbrians is arguably the most important turning point in Scottish history. Waged on Saturday 20 May 685, the battle of Dunnichen, fought near Forfar in northeastern Scotland, is the best-documented event in the history of the Picts. This bloody engagement pitted the Pictish army of Bridei son of Beli, king of Fortriu, against that of his cous...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Tempus
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