The Pictish Colouring Book

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Catalogue No: BM12
Format: Books | History
Scattered around Scotland are massive stones with intricate carvings upon them, relics of The Picts. These early Scots were a wild, barbaric nation who caused the building Hadrian’s Wall, but between the 2nd and 10th centuries A.D. they also displayed a fascination for carving stones, with a skill that leaves modern generations standing in awe over 1000 year later.

This spellbinding colouring book will help you discover the ancient art of shadowy painted people with the mysterious designs of their carved stones.

Suitable for colourists of all ages, Joy-Elizabeth Mitchell presents a selection of Pictish Art which represents a wide range of the skills of this race through its known history.
ISBN: 9781900428262
Published on: 11 August 2006
No of pages: 36
Language: English
Publisher: Boston Music
 
     

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