An ornately carved Pictish stone has been uncovered at an early Christian site in the Dingwall area of the Scottish Highlands.
Recent research on Pictish symbols has provided a new chronology for the carvings, transforming our understanding of their evolution.
Between the end of the Roman occupation of Britain and the Norman Conquest, England changed beyond recognition. Rival Anglo-Saxon kingdoms vied for primacy, but also produced objects of astonishing artistry including, after Christianity returned to these shores, ostentatiously ornate manuscripts. Our cover story traces the evolution of England through these written and material clues. If […]