🎧 The Picts and their Language
🎧 Gone Medieval • 32m
The Picts who lived in what is now northern and eastern Scotland in the Early Medieval period spoke the Pictish language. But for centuries, the origins of Pictish have been hotly debated.
In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Cat Jarman finds out all about the Picts and their language, and what answers are emerging from the latest research, with Dr. Guto Rhys.
This episode was edited by Anisha Deva and produced by Rob Weinberg.
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