The History of Leith

January 24, 2008

The Lowlands of Scotland in Sub-Roman Times

In the 5th century, after Britain had been forced to leave the Roman Empire, there was, as yet, no England (named after the Anglo-Saxons), no Wales (a Saxon word for place of the foreigners) and no Scotland (named after the Scotti from Ireland). What is now modern Scotland was then divided into three distinct areas: for more click here

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