"The Iron Age in Northern Britain" examines the impact of the Roman expansion northwards, and the native response to the Roman occupation on both sides of the frontiers. It traces the emergence of historically-recorded communities in the post-Roman period and looks at the clash of cultures between Celts and Romans, Picts and Scots.
Northern Britain has too often been seen as peripheral to a core located in southern of south-eastern England. Here D. W. Harding shows that Northern Britain was not peripheral in the Iron Age: it simply belonged to an Atlantic Europe mainstream different from southern England and its immediate continental neighbors.
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