RMM1GKDN–Picts and Scots attacking a Roman Stronghold
RMP56WWW–Caledonians or Picts
RMA66WP5–Last Of The Picts
RF2BDXMC3–Picts, Celtic Britons
RFC8N9K6–Roam druid Britons Picts Late Iron Age Early Mediaeval Scotland Pitlochry Pictish Roman conquest Britain Gaels priest people
RM2B08PTB–ANCIENT BRITAINS as imagined in an 18th century engraving
RMRHPNDJ–The Building of the Wall. By Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941). Hadrian's Wall (Vallum Aelium), also called the Roman Wall and Picts' Wall, was a defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia, begun in AD 122 in the reign of the emperor Hadrian.
RM2DHTFPN–A Young Daughter of the Picts, Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, ca. 1533–before 1588, French, active in England from ca.1580., Formerly attributed to John White, active 1585–1593, British, ca. 1585, Watercolor and gouache, touched with gold on parchment, Sheet: 10 1/4 × 7 3/8 inches (26 × 18.7 cm) and Frame: 20 3/8 × 15 3/8 × 1 inches (51.8 × 39.1 × 2.5 cm), botany, ethnology, figure study, flowers (plants), hair, lance, miniature painting, religious and mythological subject, root, science, settlement, spear, sword, tattoos, women
RM2GM4F57–Saint Ninian, Celtic missionary, to Southern Picts, in Scotland, stained glass, by J Powell & Son, 1900, Blakeney, Norfolk, England 2
RMBD8KK4–A Caledonian or Pict Illustration from John Cassell s Illustrated History of England W Kent 1857 1858
RMKMF6R8–Hunting animal scene on carved Celtic Pictish Christian symbol stone at Shandwick, Easter Ross, Highland Region, Scotland
RMANMPY2–Carved Pictish Stone in The Meigle Museum east of Blairgowrie
RMMWYJY2–B1981.25.2646 22 A Young Daughter of the Picts
RMCX7DGY–Pictish carved stone, Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum, Meigle, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, UK
RFDYB7BA–Pictish Horseman at Edderton
RMB954DA–Pictish Symbol Stone, Abernethy, Scotland
RMC3NFM7–Vintage illustration of St Columba preaching to the Picts.
RMA08F6F–dh Pict Queen statue PORTMAHOMACK EASTER ROSS CROMARTY Pictish trail Tarbat discovery centre alba picts Scotland
RM2B03B9J–Constantius Chlorus (250-306) was born into a noble framily from Dardania descended from emperors Claudius II and Quintillus. Constantius joined the Roman army and served under various emperors, eventually being elevated to junior co-emperor alongside Galerius in 293, forming the Tetrarchy. In 305, Diocletian and Maximian abdicated, elevating Constantius and Galerius to joint emperors. Constantius was fighting the Picts in Britain beyond the Antonine Wall when the declaration came, but he died suddenly a year later in Eboracum (York). His death led to the collapse of the Tetrarchy. His son w
RMK2AYTW–Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, England. August 2017 Wikipaedia: Hadrian's Wall (Latin: Vallum Aelium), also called the Roman Wall, Picts' Wall, or Va
RMG38H52–SAINT COLUMBA Irish saint arrives in Inverness to convert the heathen Picts, using a miracle to unbar their fortress gates. Date: 521 - 597
RF2JC6N93–Hadrian's Wall. 'A General map of the Roman or Picts' walls…'. CARY 1806
RMBT64WT–edonian pict warrior man male tattoo Caledonians Caledonii Confederacy Scotland Iron Age Roman Britons Picts. Great Britain
RMB7NXD1–BRAVEHEART 1995 TCF film with Mel Gibson
RMR5AWYD–King Hengist ( gu ., three leopards or ) drives away the Picts ( arg ., a lion rampant gu .). ROMANCES in French verse ... 14th century. Source: Egerton 3028 f.18. Author: Wace, Canon of Bayeux.
RF2BKCWTW–This map shows Britain at the time when it was in the middle of the English Conquest, from the fifth century A.D. to the 11th century A.D. The blue represents the Angles; the yellow, the Saxons; the grey, the Jutes; the pink, the Britons; the orange, the Picts; and the green, the Scots.
RMR52FRJ–The entrance to the Picts camp at the LEGION event in Rough Castle Community Woodland in Falkirk.
RM2GM4F5A–Saint Ninian, Celtic missionary, to Southern Picts, in Scotland, stained glass, by J Powell & Son, 1900, Blakeney, Norfolk, England 2
RMB1MTH7–Reverse side detail Celtic Pictish Christian cross slab at roadside near Aberlemno village, Tayside, Scotland. Warriors huntsmen
RMMMB4PP–Map of Scotland in 850 AD
RMMN3NRF–A heavily tattooed Caledonian or Pict warrior, one of a tribal confederation of peoples who lived in what is today eastern and northern Scotland during the Late Iron Age and Early Medieval periods. They lived to the north of the rivers Forth and Clyde, and spoke the now-extinct Pictish language, which is thought to have been closely related to the Celtic Brittonic language spoken by the Britons who lived to the south of them. A Pictish confederation was formed in Late Antiquity from a number of tribes partly in response to the growth of the Roman Empire.
RMDGRJMH–The Tarbat visitor center with museum about the Picts at Portmahomack, Scotland, UK, Europe, PublicGround
RFDYB7BG–Pictish Horseman at Edderton
RMAAF5NH–The Maiden Stone Scotland
RMA9PPYX–Map of territory controlled by Celts, Picts, Angles, Saxons and other tribes in Britain in 597 AD. Color lithograph
RMA8F328–dh Pictish stone ABERLEMNO ANGUS SCOTLAND Engraved art carvings celtic scottish pict carving picts
RMCX7DH3–Pictish carved stone, Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum, Meigle, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, UK
RMKEKM5N–Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, England, UK
RMBT7AW5–Pictish cross slab 8th century Aberlemno Angus Scotland
RMG3B7PM–Last of the Picts
RFKXJGJ0–Hadrian's Wall. 'A map of the Roman or Picts' walls…'. CARY 1789 old
RMD8HEKY–SAINT COLUMBA aka COLM CILLE (521-597) Irish saint at Inverness, Scotland, to convert the local Picts - see Description
RMR5869E–St. Cuthbert and two of the brethren sail to the land of the Picts. Prose Life of St. Cuthbert; extracts from the Historia Ecclesiastica (History of the English Church and People). Durham; last quarter of 12th century. Source: Yates Thompson 26, f.26. Language: Latin. Author: Bede.
RMCPAPRP–Restenneth Abbey, near Forfar, Angus, Scotland, UK
RMGCD1PM–Picts Hill ridden by Liam Heard during the Wise Catering Ltd Handicap Chase
RMADW5NA–Anatomy and Movement of the Eye
RMAW2BFM–Celtic Pictish Christian cross slab in Aberlemno churchyard, Tayside, Scotland. Intricate knotwork and animal motifs
RMKDDBHR–Prehistoric Scotland De-Picted, Punch cartoon of 1900
RF2HJHGDP–Dun Dornaigil broch, a drystone roundhouse dating back at least 2,300 years, with the most northerly Munro, Ben Hope, beyond, Loch Hope, Scotland (1974)
RMD9YF2E–The Lomond Hills from Moncrieffe Hill Fort, Moncrieffe Hill, Perth, Perthshire
RFDYB7B7–Eagle Stone Strathpeffer
RMACCHM3–Brandsbutt Pictish Stone, Scotland
RFH610FF–The Brough of Birsay tidal island off the North West coast of Mainland Orkney, Scotland, UK
RMA08KT6–dh Eagle stone Pictish art STRATHPEFFER CROMARTY ROSS Rock pict prehistoric scotland sculpture britain celtic stones carved picts
RME603AR–Ardesier, Invernesshire, UK 9th Aug, 2014. Parade of re-enactors at the Scottish Homecoming Event. Celebration of the Centuries at Fort George with living history camps outlining major periods in Scotland's past. Historical camps feature Picts through the ages.
RM2CBYYE4–Engraving of St. Ninian's Cave, Glasserton, Wigtownshire, Scotland, which was excavated by Sir Herbert Maxwell. Ninian is first mentioned in the 8th century as a missionary among the Pictish peoples of what is now Scotland, and he is known as the Apostle to the Southern Picts.
RM2E1PD60–Maaeata and Caledonian men, inhabitants of the plains and forests of North Britain, pre-Roman era. The Catini man on the left carries a cat, a club with four spikes. The Caledonian holds an aseth (spear). Both are covered in blue woad tattoos. Handcoloured aquatint by R. Havell from an illustration by Charles Hamilton Smith from Samuel Meyrick's Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the British Islands, London, 1821.
RMG3BY37–The trials and perils of Building of Hadrian's Wall, begun in AD 122 Date: circa 120 AD
RFMN9GH4–ENGLAND IN 626. Kingdom of Northumberland. Welsh Scots Picts Kent.SMALL 1907 map
RMBEBMKN–marcoman quade danish warrior danish king danes picts
RMC5R8RC–THE EAGLE 2011 Toldedo Productions/Film4 film with Channing Tatum (ventre) as Marcus Quila and Jamie Bell at right
RMR5C5TD–'The trvve picture of a vvomen'. A true picture of a woman, neighbour to the Picts'. . [America.-Part I.-English.] A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia, of the commodities and of the nature and manners of the naturall inhabitants. Discouered by the English Colony there seated by Sir R. Greinuile In 1585 This fore booke is made in English by Thomas Hariot. Frankfurt, 1590. Source: C.38.i.18, plate 2 page 37. Language: English.
RMPRKN65–Reproduction of the rear view carving of the Aberlemno Kirkyard Cross Slab Pictish Stone, Aberlemno, Angus, Angus, Scotland.
RM2C9YDNR–Pictish promontory fort site, in Burghead, Scotland, on 29 July 2020.
RMAHN7PY–Pictish standing stone at Abermemno church, Angus, Scotland, UK. A Class II Pictish stone. Cross side
RMKMF8CY–Panel on front of Celtic Pictish mediaeval Christian cross slab, Aberlemno churchyard, Tayside. Scotland. Seahorse motif
RFC8M8CM–Sueno's Stone Picto Picts Scottish Class III Forres Scotland Pictish Old Red Sandstone carved Celtic cross interlaced decoration
RMC5R8RP–THE EAGLE 2011 Toldedo Productions/Film4 film with Channing Tatum at left as Marcus Quila
RFAB383P–Dun Telve Broch entrance Near Glenelg, highlands, scotland,UK
RMPRKK8N–The Crescent Stone, one of three 8th century Pictish stones at the side of the B9134 at Aberlemno, Angus, Angus, Scotland.
RM2C9YDNJ–Pictish promontory fort site, in Burghead, Scotland, on 29 July 2020.
RMAHN85W–Pictish standing stone at Abermemno church, Angus, Scotland, UK. A Class II Pictish stone Cross side
RMKMF6M3–Curvilinear detail of carved Celtic Pictish Christian symbol stone monument at Shandwick, Easter Ross, Highland Region, Scotland
RM2G42BNE–Portret van Aubert Miraeus ; Flora of princes , nor the living , not of the Lovers of the Doctors of the Picts chalcographo Statuariorum by Antony van Dyck Pictor, the Pictoriae to the art alive in order by number, a hundred Expressae Eiusq : Sumptibus the sky , cut there ; Iconographie. Deze prent maakt deel uit van list .