The History of Leith

July 17, 2008

British Iron Age

In the British Isles, the Iron Age lasted from about the 7th century BC until the Roman conquest and until the 5th century in non-Romanised parts such as Scotland and Ireland. This period is also called the era of Celtic Britain, as opposed to Roman Britain or the later Anglo-Saxon England. Attempts to understand the human behaviour of the period have traditionally focused on the geographic position of the islands and their landscape, along with the channels of influence coming from continental Europe. for more click here

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