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The Sea Kingdoms

The History of Celtic Britain and Ireland

by Alistair Moffat

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ISBN: 9780857901163
Published: 01 Aug 2011
Format: E-Book
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd
Imprint: Birlinn
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About the Book

Alistair Moffat's journey, from the Scottish islands and Scotland, to the English coast, Wales, Cornwall and Ireland, ignores national boundaries to reveal the rich fabric of culture and history of Celtic Britain which still survives today.

This is a vividly told, dramatic and enlightening account of the oral history, legends and battles of a people whose past stretches back many hundred of years.

The Sea Kingdoms is a story of great tragedies, ancient myths and spectacular beauty.


The Author

Alistair Moffat

Alistair Moffat was born in Kelso, Scotland in 1950. He is an award winning Writer, Historian and former Director of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Director of Programmes at Scottish Television. He is the founder of Borders Book Festival and Co-Chairman of The Great Tapestry Of Scotland.

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