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1976–7. Excavation of Pictish and Viking-Age farmsteads at Buckquoy, Orkney, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 108, 174–227. Rivet, A. L. F. ) 1969. The Roman Villa in Britain. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Wainwright, F. T. 1948. Nechtansmere, Antiquity xii, 82–97. ——. 1949. Problems and policies, Antiquity xxiii, 73–82. 12 barbara e. crawford ——. ) 1955. The Problem of the Picts. Edinburgh: Nelson (reprinted 1980, Perth: The Melven Press). ——. ) 1962. The Northern Isles.
Apart from succession customs, and whatever may be implied by the idea that all Picts were ultimately the products of a Gaelo-Pictish marriage, Bede’s Pictish origin legend reveals little about what strategies of distinction might have been at work within Pictish ethnicity in the early eighth century. Isidore’s explanation of the ethnonym Picti was that “an optifex, with the tiny point of a pin and juice squeezed from a native plant, tricks (inludit) [Picts] out with scars to serve as identifying marks, and their nobility are distinguished by their tattooed (picti) limbs” (Isidore, Etymologiae, xix.
UYUY505. 10 However, all cannot have proceeded smoothly as in the 1957–8 Court Minutes it is said that he had suffered “misapprehension in various quarters” regarding his lecturing title so it was recommended that it be changed to ‘Lecturer in Dark Age Studies’ in order to clear up confusion. This would seem to have been an ideal development for him, yet there is no evidence that he flourished in this position (he was promoted to Senior Lecturer) for he appears not to have offered any courses appropriate to this title, and no courses are listed in the University records.
A rural society in medieval France: the Gatine of Poitou in the eleventh and twelfth centuries by Gregory Beech