Woad Warriors or the Picts
jest sporo ksiazek np Osprey popelnil jedna - Paul Wagner, Pictish Warrior 297 ad-841 ad(jest tam dobra bibliografia), oraz w Ospreya Arthur and Anglo-Saxon Wars sa ilustraje i troche info.
sa tam linki do stron etc
oto niepelna bibliografia:
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Yolem, Jane. The Pictish Child : Tartan Magic, Book Two (Tartan Magic). New York: Harcourt Brace. 1999.