AMAR PATEL MAYUR KAPADIA RAVI DESAI PITCS
Picts <ul><li>A  palace  is a grand residence, especially a royal residence or the home of a head of state or some other h...
Picts (Scotland) From the 5th to the mid-9th centuries, the art of the Picts The Picts were a confederation of tribes in w...
Illuminated manuscripts characterized by Lrish Celtic art had from the Iron Age period always been  Le tene culture
<ul><li>Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line. These stones are the...
Inscriptions Among the ogham stones in Scotland there is a small subset that do not have Gaelic inscriptions. These are ge...
Migration Period art is the artwork of Germanic peoples during the Migration period of 300 to 900. It includes the Migrati...
An early 20th century depiction of Saint Columba's miracle at the gate of King Bridei's fortress, described in Adomnan's l...
The Origins of the Kingdom of Alba pertains to the origins of the Kingdom of Alba
It has been suggested that the St Andrews Sarcophagus LEGACY
Pictish Art appears on stones, metalwork and small objects of stone and bone. It has similarities to both Saxon and Irish ...
Dunblane   Cathedral Nigg Stone
HOUSE
SYMBOLS
PAINTING
Hanging bowl Bowl
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  • AMAR PATEL MAYUR KAPADIA RAVI DESAI
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    1. 1. AMAR PATEL MAYUR KAPADIA RAVI DESAI PITCS
    2. 2. Picts <ul><li>A palace is a grand residence, especially a royal residence or the home of a head of state or some other high-ranking dignitary, such as a bishop or archbishop.... </li></ul>OGHAM <ul><li>Ogham is an Early Medieval alphabet used primarily to represent the Old Irish language, and occasionally the Brythonic languages ancestor of Welsh language </li></ul>
    3. 3. Picts (Scotland) From the 5th to the mid-9th centuries, the art of the Picts The Picts were a confederation of tribes in what was later to become eastern and northern Scotland from Roman Empire times until the 10th century....  is primarily known through stone sculpture, although some metalwork exists. There are no known illuminated manuscripts.
    4. 4. Illuminated manuscripts characterized by Lrish Celtic art had from the Iron Age period always been Le tene culture
    5. 5. <ul><li>Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line. These stones are the most visible remaining evidence of the Picts and are thought to date from the 6th to 9th centuries </li></ul>Pictish Stones
    6. 6. Inscriptions Among the ogham stones in Scotland there is a small subset that do not have Gaelic inscriptions. These are generally assumed to be in Pictish as they date from the Early Middle Ages. However, many alternative languages have been suggested -- from non-Indo-European to Norse. It may have been that an older language was retained for inscriptions, in a similar way to Latin. Legacy
    7. 7. Migration Period art is the artwork of Germanic peoples during the Migration period of 300 to 900. It includes the Migration art of the Germanic tribes on the continent, as well the Hiberno-Saxon art of the Anglo-Saxon and Celtic fusion in the British Isles.... Migration Period art
    8. 8. An early 20th century depiction of Saint Columba's miracle at the gate of King Bridei's fortress, described in Adomnan's late 7th century Vita Columba
    9. 9. The Origins of the Kingdom of Alba pertains to the origins of the Kingdom of Alba
    10. 10. It has been suggested that the St Andrews Sarcophagus LEGACY
    11. 11. Pictish Art appears on stones, metalwork and small objects of stone and bone. It has similarities to both Saxon and Irish art. Primarily Pictish art is found on the many The Nigg stone, 790-799 AD, Class II, shows a Pictish harp, beasts and warriors in a 19th century illustration, minus the top section ART
    12. 12. Dunblane Cathedral Nigg Stone
    13. 13. HOUSE
    14. 14. SYMBOLS
    15. 15. PAINTING
    16. 16. Hanging bowl Bowl

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