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Hand-colored version of Theodor de Bry’s engraving of a Pict woman (a member of an ancient Celtic people from Scotland). De Bry’s engraving, “The True Picture of a Women Picte.

Frace 1375, Arming up 1 (also great source of military manuscript images)

Nice fabric borders at neck and hem on her gown. Nice lines on his gambeson as well. 1969 Le Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine Folio: From: Toulouse, France Holding Institution: Heidelberg University Library

Celtic Woad - the leaves of woad was used to produce a dye for body paint in ancient times hence the term "Picti"- usually just Painted warriors, the way some Scots state it, It would seem this tribe was painted- 24/7 !!!!!

History of Woad Sources of blue dye have been notoriously rare throughout history. In Europe, the source of blue colouring or dyes was woad (Isatis tinctoria). Grown in Europe since the Stone Age it has a long association with East Anglia, notably.

Interesting Pretties: Boccaccio's Famous Women

"Why do you always have to draw attention to your boobs like that, huh, Irene? It's really slutty-looking, and the whole 'lion eating your abs' thing is so

Khanum Sevindik Begotoglu in Court Dress by Gambargin

This Drawing is Outdated - Please see the Updated version in the Gallery Folder of Women Warriors of Historically Wrong Sketch Series: Medieval Revisite. Khanum Sevindik Begotoglu in Court Dress

Kenneth I "Macalpin" King of Scotland (810 - 859), my ancestor, overcame the Picts and created a united country in the north of Scotland. This was the beginning of Scotland as a nation.

King Kenneth MacAlpin KIng of the Picts ,father of Constantine I _____________________________ My Grandfather

Bodley MS. Douce 311 Her creaturely friends gather together to get through the winter, the predators hunt at night for them all

Douce 311 Her creaturely friends gather together to get through the winter, the predators hunt at night for them all

Collieburn Stone, Pictish / Dunrobin Castle Museum, Golspie, Scotland. The Picts were a Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland.

The Picts were a Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in ancient Eastern and Northern Scotland.

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