Pictish Symbol Stones:Religious imagery, heraldic arms or a language?

Lee, R. and Jonathan, P. and Ziman, P. (2010) Pictish Symbol Stones:Religious imagery, heraldic arms or a language? Significance, 7 (4). pp. 159-163. ISSN 1740-9705

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Abstract

The Pictish Symbol Stones are a collection of finely carved stones dating from ca. 300 AD to 843 AD whose meaning has been lost in time. Despite attracting linguists and historians alike, as a collection they have been just too small to surrender their secrets. Now, however, Rob Lee, Philip Jonathan and Pauline Ziman have used a technique based on comparative entropy to unwrap some of the mystery of the stones. © 2010 The Royal Statistical Society.

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Journal Article
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Significance
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22 Apr 2019 13:00
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