The Photography of Catriona Fraser - Easily the best Scottish photographer on the web. Her B&W Infrared images of the Pictish stones and stones circles
are absolutely amazing.
Pictish Nation - The internet's first (and still best) site dedicated to the Picts.
Fraser Gallery's 2003 Pictish Nation Art Show.
Kingdom of Pictland in Exile - The Kingdom of Pictland-in-Exile was proclaimed a Sovereign nation in exile on 3 March 1812, in a Decretum Regius, by His Majesty King George III, Hereditary High King of the Northern Picts.
Books About the Picts - A continously growing list of books about the Picts.
Pictish Drawings - Drawings and Limited edition lithographs by award winning artist F. Lennox Campello.
All work is based on Pictish imagery.
Pictish Googling - 200 Pictish links by Google.
Webstones - Stunning stone work in this site. The carvings on display are the work of Ronald Henderson, Bridge of Earn
in Scotland. Beautiful stonework!
Scotland and Spain: The Ancient Connections - Myth, lore and a bit of history about the ancient connections between Spain and Scotland as it refers to the Pictish origin myths.
Coalition of the Pictish people - A discussion board for Pictish political, historical,and Social organization and discussion. Established in the USA in 1997.
The Modern Pictish Stones of Barry Grove - A contemporary Scottish stonemason re-creates some
of the most famous Pictish stones.
Pictish Arts Society - Home of the society dedicated to the preservation of Pictish culture
Pictish Chronicle - A translation from the "A" Text by T. H. Weeks.
Pictish Chronicle - Facsimile of the Pictish Chronicle.
Pictish Ale - Heather Ale based on a 2000 year old Pictish recipe.
Pictish Names - A scholarly research paper by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn and the
best resource on the internet on Pictish names.
Origins of Pictish Symbolism - Onlibe book by the Earl of Southesk.
Kim Headlee's Novels - A new fiction book with a Pictish heroine!
Scatness Broch - Nice page on this Shetland broch
Elgin Museum Pictish Stones - Images of the Pictish stones in this Scottish museum.
Robbie The Pict - The story of Brian Robertson, now known as Robbie the Pict.
Pictish High Commission - A new Declaration of Independence for Scotland by Robbie The Pict
Pictish Ale Recipe - 2000 year old recipe to brew Pictish ale.
Pictish Trail - Details several Pictish trails in Ross and Cromarty for thosse who want to visit the area.
Angus: What's in a Name? - origin of the name of Angus County, with a bit
of Pictish history.
Pictish Designs - Beautiful rings with Celtic and Pictish motiffs.
KJ Craftworks - Beautiful hand-crafted hairsticks and one-of-a-kind art out of wood using
both traditional and modern hand tools.
Irish Picts? - The Picts in Orkney
Pictish Vision - Pictish Incense.
Ancient Scotland - Lots of info and images on the Picts
Meffan Museum - Small museum in Forfar with some Pictish interest.
More Pictish Links - Pictish Links in the Rook's Family Home Page.
Scotland's Symbol Stones - Controversial book by Perthshire author Edward Peterson.
Moors - Musical group. Musician Sharynne MacLeod NicMhacha claims to be able to sing/chant in
six languages including "Pictish."
University of York - Pictish Archeological digs at Tarbat, a possible Pictish monastery on the Moray Firth
John Duncan's Pictish Pages - Scottish History Online: Pictish Pages.
Deer Trap - Is Pictish Ogham just Old Norse?
Rowan's Woad Page - The history, cultivation, and use of woad.
Groam House Museum - Terrific museum site. Home of the the magnificent Rosemarkie cross-slab
Robert E. Howard - The Picts in the fantasy literature of Robert E. Howard, who introduced the Picts to many young readers via the Conan stories.
First Annual Pictish Games And Celtic Revel - A report from the first ever Pictish Games and Celtic Revel. Held on Samhain weekend 1997
The Picts - Article by Lorraine MacDonald.
Doctrinal Summary - Two brief stories from the life of St. Columba, the Apostle of Scotland, written by his disciple St. Adaman
Prehistoric Grampian - Excellent List of sites around Aberdeen - without a doubt the best stone circle hunter's guide for this area.
Home of Cinaet - King Kenneth MacAlpin's 34th grandson!
The Picts - A superb Pictish home page by Graeme Fairbrother
The Picts - The Pictish language by Kelly Vincent
The Pictish trail in Easter Ross - The Pictish Trail in Ross and Cromarty.
Picts - A short piece on the Picts by Merrie Haskell.
Pictish Inscriptions of Scotland - Dr. Katherine Forsyth.
Celtic Knot - Beautiful enamel pins using Pictish and Celtic designs by William Spear.
Ardival Harps - Makers of medieval gut-strung Pictish-style harps.
Scotland's Pre-Historic Monuments - Pictish stones, circles, cairns, brochs. Some photos.
Kilmartin House Trust - This terrific site gives a taste of the museum and also
allows visitors to preview the astonishing collection of ancient sites that
surround the village.
Bluestone Design - Situated in Dumbarton, ancient Celtic capital of the Kingdom of Strathclyde, is a new company that specialises in the
manufacture of Celtic/Pictish stencils, Scottish Slate clocks, and Scented
The Picts - Small piece by Merrie Haskell.
Elgin Cathedral - Opposite side of Pictish stone at Elgin Cathedral.
Pictish Baby Name - Analysis of having 'Pictish' as a baby name.
Dunsinane Tae Dundurn - Pictish site.
Pictish High Kings - List of High Kings.
Stoneline Designs - Images from the Ancient Stones.
Pictish Silks - Silk Pictish Craftwork by Tarbat children.
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