Заметки соседа

Рис. А ведь это – ни кто иной, как самый обычный половец-кыпчак, внешне мало отличимый от соседа «славянской наружности».

Рис. А ведь это – ни кто иной, как самый обычный половец-кыпчак, внешне мало отличимый от соседа «славянской наружности».

The Inchbraoch Stone, a Pictish picture stone - Scotland

The Inchbraoch Stone, a Pictish picture stone - Scotland

Image result for the gnoll stone

Image result for the gnoll stone

Dunkeld, Dunkeld Cathedral (RCAHMS)

Dunkeld, Dunkeld Cathedral (RCAHMS)

Portmahomack Pictish Monastery Portmahomack, on the northern coast of the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, is one of the earliest Christian sites uncovered in Britain. It is the first Pictish monastery to be excavated.  The settlement has been dated from the 6th to the 9th centuries AD. Archaeological excavations discovered that the Portmahomack Pictish monastery was destroyed between AD 780 and 830 – probably during a Viking attack.

Portmahomack Pictish Monastery Portmahomack, on the northern coast of the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, is one of the earliest Christian sites uncovered in Britain. It is the first Pictish monastery to be excavated. The settlement has been dated from the 6th to the 9th centuries AD. Archaeological excavations discovered that the Portmahomack Pictish monastery was destroyed between AD 780 and 830 – probably during a Viking attack.

Monumental stone of brownish sandstone with ogham inscription, from Lunnasting, Shetland

Monumental stone of brownish sandstone with ogham inscription, from Lunnasting, Shetland

A 'Class II Pictish Symbol Stone', located in Meigle Museum, Meigle, Perthshire

A 'Class II Pictish Symbol Stone', located in Meigle Museum, Meigle, Perthshire

Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line, and on the Eastern side of the country. These stones are the most visible remaining evidence of the Picts and are thought to date from the 6th to 9th centuries, a period during which the Picts became Christianized. The earlier stones have few surviving parallels from the rest of the British Isles, but the later forms are variations within a wider Insular tradition of monumental stones such as high…

Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line, and on the Eastern side of the country. These stones are the most visible remaining evidence of the Picts and are thought to date from the 6th to 9th centuries, a period during which the Picts became Christianized. The earlier stones have few surviving parallels from the rest of the British Isles, but the later forms are variations within a wider Insular tradition of monumental stones such as high…

Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab (RCAHMS)

Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab (RCAHMS)

Papil Pictish Stone - Ancient Scotland

Papil Pictish Stone - Ancient Scotland

Pictish Stone at the National Museum of Scotland with Ogham writing

Pictish Stone at the National Museum of Scotland with Ogham writing

A small museum with an interesting collection of Pictish carved stones

A small museum with an interesting collection of Pictish carved stones

Ancient Egyptian Sundial Discovered at Valley of the Kings

Ancient Egyptian Sundial Discovered at Valley of the Kings

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