Rhynie, Aberdeenshire

Rhynie, Aberdeenshire
The Craw Stane with Tap o'Noth hillfort in the background (Photo courtesy of Cathy MacIver).

Reading and More Information

This page is a constant work in progress!
Below you can find links to some online reading material (free of charge) about REAP as well as related material you may have to visit a library to read.

REAP Publications

Noble, G., Gondek, M., Campbell, E. and Cook, M. 2013. Between prehistory and history: the archaeological detection of social change among the Picts. Antiquity 338 (December 2013).

Noble, G. and Gondek, M. 2011. Symbol Stones in Context: Excavations at Rhynie, an undocumented Pictish Power Centre of the 6th-7th centuries AD? Medieval Archaeology 55, 317- 321.

Noble, G. and Gondek, M. 2011. ‘A Dark Age Power Centre at Rhynie.’ British Archaeology 120 (Sept-Oct 2011), 36-41.

Gondek, M. & Noble, G. 2010. Together as one: the landscape of the symbol stones at Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, in S. Driscoll, J. Geddes & M. Hall (eds) Pictish Progress: Pictish Studies for the 21st Century, Leiden: Brill, pp. 281-306

Gondek, M. and Noble, G. 2006. Landscape with Symbols, British Archaeology, 87 (Mar-Apr 2006), 16-17.

Related and Background Reading

Noble, G. 2015. 'Prehistoric, Roman and Early Medieval Aberdeenshire'. in DW Walker & M Woodworth (eds), The Buildings of Scotland. Aberdeenshire: North and Moray. Pevsner Architectural Guides, Yale University Press, pp. 9-21.
Foster S. 2014. Picts, Gaels and Scots. Early Historic Scotland, 3rd ed. Edinburgh: Birlinn.

Gondek, M. 2007. Pictish symbol stones: caught between prehistory and history, in A. Mazel, G. Nash, & C. Waddington (eds) Art as Metaphor: The Prehistoric Rock-art of Britain, Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 69-89.
Alcock, L. 2003. Kings and Warriors, Craftsmen and Priests in Northern Britain AD 550–850. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland monograph, Edinburgh.

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