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The Viking-age gold and silver of Scotland, AD 850-1100

@inproceedings{GrahamCampbell1995TheVG,
  title={The Viking-age gold and silver of Scotland, AD 850-1100},
  author={James Graham‐Campbell},
  year={1995}
}
A fully-illustrated academic catalogue, this volume brings together the major collections of Viking gold and silver non-numismatic material found in Scotland, now in the National Museums of Scotland, other Scottish museums and the British Museum. Both single finds and hoards are covered; among others, the Skaill and Burray hoards, which have never before been described and illustrated in full. This work should provide a useful contribution to the understanding of Viking culture. 

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A NEW DATE FOR ‘PICTISH’ SYMBOLS ‘Pictish’ symbols are one of the most distinctive elements in Scottish early historic art. They are principally used to decorate undressed boulders and, in relief,