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which is a very curious turn of events considering that historically, the Lowlanders of ‘Scot-land’ (the Lowland-North-Britons) never used Tartan or Kilts, and they actually despised the ‘lawless’ Gaelic-speaking Roman-Catholic Jacobite “Wild Irish” mountain-men of the ‘Scot-tish’ high-country (the ancestors of today’s North-Briton ‘lowlanders’ actively participated in England’s ethnically-cleansing and genocide of the “Wild Irish” of the high-country of ‘Scot-land’).An early use of the word can be found in the Nomina Provinciarum Omnium (Names of All the Provinces), which dates to about 312 AD.

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In a pocket was a horn comb of unusual shape probably of the beginning of the early Iron Age, and so dating the discovery as a whole.There is also a reference to the word in St Prosper’s chronicle of 431 AD where he describes Pope Celestine sending St Palladius to Ireland to preach “ad Scotti in Christum” (“to the Irish who believed in Christ”).Thereafter, periodic raids by Scoti are reported by several later 4th and early 5th century Latin writers, namely Pacatus, Ammianus Marcellinus,, Bishop of Salamis, writing in the 370s.Roman accounts of their military encounters with Germani warriors describe the universal dress amongst them as a cape fastened by a brooch (the safety pin of the time) or for those who lacked a brooch, a thorn.Today, in modern Lowland ‘Scot-land’, * the local woolen-mills have a thriving export-business selling invented-Tartan all over the world …As often happens in such cases the local police were first called in, and the body was dug up and laid out in the nearest barn.

It was only later that the local archaeologist, the curator of the Museum in Aalborg, Peter Riismoller, was told.

Over the hair was a skillfully made little bonnet or cap of wool yarn, held by two fastening-strings.

This is made by means of a special technique known as Sprung (sprang) and is a charming net-like head covering.

Underneath her lay a coarse woolen cloth consisting of two pieces sewn together; a long piece of cloth of a finer weave, and, at the head, a decomposed scarf or kerchief.

Male dress is far-less well-represented in the Danish bog finds; what there is seems to give an incomplete picture of it, for it consists of practically nothing but skin shoulder-capes which could only have covered a very small area of the upper body.

The Middle Ages is the middle period of the three traditional divisions of Western history: Antiquity; Medieval period; and Modern period.