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Ancient and medieval tribal confederation in northern Britain

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The Versatilist
Episode 289: Versatilist with Sharon Pisani, Mark Hall & Alan Miller

The Versatilist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:05


In this episode, I speak with Sharon Pisani, Mark Hall & Alan Miller about their work "Digitally Restoring Artefacts Using 3D Modelling Techniques for Immersive Learning Opportunities."  Here is the webpage with information about the Picts and access to the 3D model and color configurator tool for the St Madoes cross-slab: https://cineg.org/painting-the-picts/imagine/ The restored model, along with the Inchyra Stone model, are included in a virtual Pictish environment which will be part of the exhibition on Pictish stones at the new Perth Museum and Art Gallery.

Rewind, Repeat
#9: Countdown to Destiny: Part 1

Rewind, Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 76:52


The kingdom of Judah faces off the West's superpower of the time—Assyria. Sources for the series: Armstrong, Herbert The United States and Britain in Prophecy Beaulieu, Paul, A History of Babylon. Borschel-Dan, Amanda, “Groundbreaking study: Ancient tin ingots found in Israel were mined in England,” Times of Israel. https://www.timesofisrael.com/groundbreaking-study-ancient-tin-ingots-found-in-israel-were-mined-in-england/ “Bisset's Argument of Baldred Against the Fictions of the King of England.” http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm Carew, Mairead, Tara and the Ark of the Covenant Cunliffe, Barry and Koch, John, Exploring Celtic Origins Durant, Will, Our Oriental Heritage, The Story of Civilization, vol. 1 Eames, Christopher, “Famous Ancient Battles Not Mentioned in the Bible—Or Are They?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/703-famous-ancient-battles-not-mentioned-in-the-bible-or-are-they Eames, Christopher, “How Sennacherib's Assyrians Poured Their Way Into Hezekiah's Lachish,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/4-how-sennacheribs-assyrians-poured-their-way-into-hezekiahs-lachish Eames, Christopher, “King Baalis: First Evidence of a Biblical Ammonite Ruler,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/385-king-baalis-first-evidence-of-a-biblical-ammonite-ruler Eames, Christopher, “King Manasseh's Nose Hooks in the Bible and Archaeology,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/386-king-manassehs-nose-hooks-in-the-bible-and-archaeology Ellis, Peter, The Celtic Empire “Evidence of King Solomon Found—in Spain! An Interview With Sean Kingsley,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/348-evidence-of-king-solomon-found-in-spain-an-interview-with-sean-kingsley Geoffrey of Monmouth The History of the Kings of Britain. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/geoffrey_thompson.pdf Gerald, Flurry, The New Throne of David. Gerald, Flurry, Isaiah's End-Time Vision Gerald, Flurry, “Jeremiah's Faith Crisis,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, The Former Prophets. Gerald, Flurry, “How the Seals of Isaiah and Hezekiah Speak,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, Lamentations: The Point of No Return Glover, Frederick, England, the Remnant of Judah and the Israel of Ephraim Herodotus, Histories John of Fordun's Chronicle of the Scottish Nation, edited by W. F. Skene Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews. Keating, Geoffrey History of Ireland https://www.exclassics.com/ceitinn/foras.pdf Kingsley, Sean, “Seeking Solomon: United Monarchy on the High Seas.” Wreckwatch Magazine, Spring 2021 issue. “Lachish Relief,” The British Museum, https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/W_1856-0909-14_7 MacManus, Seumus The Story of the Irish Race Mark, Joshua, “Assyrian Warfare” World History Encyclopedia. https://www.worldhistory.org/Assyrian_Warfare/ Milner, W.M.H., The Royal House of Britain and Enduring Dynasty Nagtegaal, Brent, “Did Israel Source Tin From Britain?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/393-did-israel-source-tin-from-britain Nennius, History of the Britons. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/nennius_giles.pdf Newman, Conor, Tara: An Archaeological Survey Oates, Joan, Babylon O'Clery, Michael; O'Clery, Cucogry; O'Mulconr, Ferfeasa, The Annals of Ireland O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 1. https://deriv.nls.uk/dcn6/7852/78526210.6.pdf O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 2. https://books.google.dm/books?id=_yAvAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false O'Flaherty, Roderic, Ogygia O' Hart, John, Irish Pedigrees. https://www.libraryireland.com/Pedigrees1/Stem.php#anchor7 Rawlinson, George, The Seven Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World. Skene, William, Celtic Scotland–A History of Ancient Alban Starr, Chester. A History of the Ancient World Stokvis, A.M.H.J., Manuel d'Histoire, de Genaologie et de Chronologie de tous les etats du globe. https://fmg.ac/resources/scanned-sources/scanned-books/category/28-stokvis “Tablets of Jewish Exiles,” Biblical Archaeological Society. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/exhibits-events/tablets-of-jewish-exiles/ The Albanic Duan. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm The Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, edited by Skene, William https://www.google.com/books/edition/Chronicles_of_the_Picts_Chronicles_of_th/XVkJAAAAIAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1 The Pictish Chronicle. https://ancestorium.com/tng/getperson.php?personID=I070448&tree=1 Totten, Charles, The Renewal of History, How Empire Was Rebuilt and Replanted Stager, Lawrence, “Song of Deborah,” Biblical Archaeology Review (15:1), Jan/Feb 1989. http://cojs.org/the-song-of-deborah/ Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered. Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/631-seals-of-isaiah-and-king-hezekiah-discovered Yadin, Yigael, “And Dan, Why Did He Remain in Ships?” Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org.uk/pdf/ajba/01-1_009.pdf

Rewind, Repeat
#10: Countdown to Destiny: Part 2

Rewind, Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 59:37


Hezekiah's actions set a countdown for the kingdom of Judah as Babylon rises in Mesopotamia. Sources for the series: Armstrong, Herbert The United States and Britain in Prophecy Beaulieu, Paul, A History of Babylon. Borschel-Dan, Amanda, “Groundbreaking study: Ancient tin ingots found in Israel were mined in England,” Times of Israel. https://www.timesofisrael.com/groundbreaking-study-ancient-tin-ingots-found-in-israel-were-mined-in-england/ “Bisset's Argument of Baldred Against the Fictions of the King of England.” http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm Carew, Mairead, Tara and the Ark of the Covenant Cunliffe, Barry and Koch, John, Exploring Celtic Origins Durant, Will, Our Oriental Heritage, The Story of Civilization, vol. 1 Eames, Christopher, “Famous Ancient Battles Not Mentioned in the Bible—Or Are They?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/703-famous-ancient-battles-not-mentioned-in-the-bible-or-are-they Eames, Christopher, “How Sennacherib's Assyrians Poured Their Way Into Hezekiah's Lachish,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/4-how-sennacheribs-assyrians-poured-their-way-into-hezekiahs-lachish Eames, Christopher, “King Baalis: First Evidence of a Biblical Ammonite Ruler,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/385-king-baalis-first-evidence-of-a-biblical-ammonite-ruler Eames, Christopher, “King Manasseh's Nose Hooks in the Bible and Archaeology,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/386-king-manassehs-nose-hooks-in-the-bible-and-archaeology Ellis, Peter, The Celtic Empire “Evidence of King Solomon Found—in Spain! An Interview With Sean Kingsley,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/348-evidence-of-king-solomon-found-in-spain-an-interview-with-sean-kingsley Geoffrey of Monmouth The History of the Kings of Britain. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/geoffrey_thompson.pdf Gerald, Flurry, The New Throne of David. Gerald, Flurry, Isaiah's End-Time Vision Gerald, Flurry, “Jeremiah's Faith Crisis,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, The Former Prophets. Gerald, Flurry, “How the Seals of Isaiah and Hezekiah Speak,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, Lamentations: The Point of No Return Glover, Frederick, England, the Remnant of Judah and the Israel of Ephraim Herodotus, Histories John of Fordun's Chronicle of the Scottish Nation, edited by W. F. Skene Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews. Keating, Geoffrey History of Ireland https://www.exclassics.com/ceitinn/foras.pdf Kingsley, Sean, “Seeking Solomon: United Monarchy on the High Seas.” Wreckwatch Magazine, Spring 2021 issue. “Lachish Relief,” The British Museum, https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/W_1856-0909-14_7 MacManus, Seumus The Story of the Irish Race Mark, Joshua, “Assyrian Warfare” World History Encyclopedia. https://www.worldhistory.org/Assyrian_Warfare/ Milner, W.M.H., The Royal House of Britain and Enduring Dynasty Nagtegaal, Brent, “Did Israel Source Tin From Britain?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/393-did-israel-source-tin-from-britain Nennius, History of the Britons. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/nennius_giles.pdf Newman, Conor, Tara: An Archaeological Survey Oates, Joan, Babylon O'Clery, Michael; O'Clery, Cucogry; O'Mulconr, Ferfeasa, The Annals of Ireland O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 1. https://deriv.nls.uk/dcn6/7852/78526210.6.pdf O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 2. https://books.google.dm/books?id=_yAvAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false O'Flaherty, Roderic, Ogygia O' Hart, John, Irish Pedigrees. https://www.libraryireland.com/Pedigrees1/Stem.php#anchor7 Rawlinson, George, The Seven Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World. Skene, William, Celtic Scotland–A History of Ancient Alban Starr, Chester. A History of the Ancient World Stokvis, A.M.H.J., Manuel d'Histoire, de Genaologie et de Chronologie de tous les etats du globe. https://fmg.ac/resources/scanned-sources/scanned-books/category/28-stokvis “Tablets of Jewish Exiles,” Biblical Archaeological Society. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/exhibits-events/tablets-of-jewish-exiles/ The Albanic Duan. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm The Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, edited by Skene, William https://www.google.com/books/edition/Chronicles_of_the_Picts_Chronicles_of_th/XVkJAAAAIAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1 The Pictish Chronicle. https://ancestorium.com/tng/getperson.php?personID=I070448&tree=1 Totten, Charles, The Renewal of History, How Empire Was Rebuilt and Replanted Stager, Lawrence, “Song of Deborah,” Biblical Archaeology Review (15:1), Jan/Feb 1989. http://cojs.org/the-song-of-deborah/ Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered. Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/631-seals-of-isaiah-and-king-hezekiah-discovered Yadin, Yigael, “And Dan, Why Did He Remain in Ships?” Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org.uk/pdf/ajba/01-1_009.pdf

Rewind, Repeat
#11: Countdown to Destiny: Part 3

Rewind, Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 78:27


The Kingdom of Judah faces critical decisions as Egypt and Babylon vie for control of Mesopotamia. Sources for series: Armstrong, Herbert The United States and Britain in Prophecy Beaulieu, Paul, A History of Babylon. Borschel-Dan, Amanda, “Groundbreaking study: Ancient tin ingots found in Israel were mined in England,” Times of Israel. https://www.timesofisrael.com/groundbreaking-study-ancient-tin-ingots-found-in-israel-were-mined-in-england/ “Bisset's Argument of Baldred Against the Fictions of the King of England.” http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm Carew, Mairead, Tara and the Ark of the Covenant Cunliffe, Barry and Koch, John, Exploring Celtic Origins Durant, Will, Our Oriental Heritage, The Story of Civilization, vol. 1 Eames, Christopher, “Famous Ancient Battles Not Mentioned in the Bible—Or Are They?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/703-famous-ancient-battles-not-mentioned-in-the-bible-or-are-they Eames, Christopher, “How Sennacherib's Assyrians Poured Their Way Into Hezekiah's Lachish,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/4-how-sennacheribs-assyrians-poured-their-way-into-hezekiahs-lachish Eames, Christopher, “King Baalis: First Evidence of a Biblical Ammonite Ruler,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/385-king-baalis-first-evidence-of-a-biblical-ammonite-ruler Eames, Christopher, “King Manasseh's Nose Hooks in the Bible and Archaeology,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/386-king-manassehs-nose-hooks-in-the-bible-and-archaeology Ellis, Peter, The Celtic Empire “Evidence of King Solomon Found—in Spain! An Interview With Sean Kingsley,” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/348-evidence-of-king-solomon-found-in-spain-an-interview-with-sean-kingsley Geoffrey of Monmouth The History of the Kings of Britain. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/geoffrey_thompson.pdf Gerald, Flurry, The New Throne of David. Gerald, Flurry, Isaiah's End-Time Vision Gerald, Flurry, “Jeremiah's Faith Crisis,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, The Former Prophets. Gerald, Flurry, “How the Seals of Isaiah and Hezekiah Speak,” The Key of David. Gerald, Flurry, Lamentations: The Point of No Return Glover, Frederick, England, the Remnant of Judah and the Israel of Ephraim Herodotus, Histories John of Fordun's Chronicle of the Scottish Nation, edited by W. F. Skene Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews. Keating, Geoffrey History of Ireland https://www.exclassics.com/ceitinn/foras.pdf Kingsley, Sean, “Seeking Solomon: United Monarchy on the High Seas.” Wreckwatch Magazine, Spring 2021 issue. “Lachish Relief,” The British Museum, https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/W_1856-0909-14_7 MacManus, Seumus The Story of the Irish Race Mark, Joshua, “Assyrian Warfare” World History Encyclopedia. https://www.worldhistory.org/Assyrian_Warfare/ Milner, W.M.H., The Royal House of Britain and Enduring Dynasty Nagtegaal, Brent, “Did Israel Source Tin From Britain?” Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/393-did-israel-source-tin-from-britain Nennius, History of the Britons. https://www.yorku.ca/inpar/nennius_giles.pdf Newman, Conor, Tara: An Archaeological Survey Oates, Joan, Babylon O'Clery, Michael; O'Clery, Cucogry; O'Mulconr, Ferfeasa, The Annals of Ireland O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 1. https://deriv.nls.uk/dcn6/7852/78526210.6.pdf O' Conner, Roger, Chronicles of Eri, vol 2. https://books.google.dm/books?id=_yAvAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false O'Flaherty, Roderic, Ogygia O' Hart, John, Irish Pedigrees. https://www.libraryireland.com/Pedigrees1/Stem.php#anchor7 Rawlinson, George, The Seven Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World. Skene, William, Celtic Scotland–A History of Ancient Alban Starr, Chester. A History of the Ancient World Stokvis, A.M.H.J., Manuel d'Histoire, de Genaologie et de Chronologie de tous les etats du globe. https://fmg.ac/resources/scanned-sources/scanned-books/category/28-stokvis “Tablets of Jewish Exiles,” Biblical Archaeological Society. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/exhibits-events/tablets-of-jewish-exiles/ The Albanic Duan. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~rowerowe/genealogy/baldred1.htm The Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, edited by Skene, William https://www.google.com/books/edition/Chronicles_of_the_Picts_Chronicles_of_th/XVkJAAAAIAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1 The Pictish Chronicle. https://ancestorium.com/tng/getperson.php?personID=I070448&tree=1 Totten, Charles, The Renewal of History, How Empire Was Rebuilt and Replanted Stager, Lawrence, “Song of Deborah,” Biblical Archaeology Review (15:1), Jan/Feb 1989. http://cojs.org/the-song-of-deborah/ Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered. Armstrong Institute. https://armstronginstitute.org/631-seals-of-isaiah-and-king-hezekiah-discovered Yadin, Yigael, “And Dan, Why Did He Remain in Ships?” Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org.uk/pdf/ajba/01-1_009.pdf

Tree Speech
Embracing Autumn

Tree Speech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:48


We are so excited to be entering into our fourth season with an exploration of this magical time of year, the Autumnal Equinox! Much gratitude to our guest, Heather Porter of Animisma podcast for her moving thoughts and insights regarding this time of year, and the benefits of sacred rot. To find out more about her, please visit her website, thepathofintegrity.com. Heather is a writer, storyteller, and advisor. She's been called an empath, a sensitive compass of compassion, and a 'Rosetta Stone' for the soul and was led to her work through a lifetime of translating the intersections of the ecological, spiritual, and scientific for others. Rooted in her Celtic ancestry, those who lived closely to the land, waters, and seasons, she lives as an animist and her work contemplates the myriad aspects of a sovereign life, seeking to reveal the wonders of the natural and the etheric in service of connection, reverence, and deep, honorable communion. Spirit, grace and a deep, unyielding love of the Earth are at the heart of all she does. She has undertaken depth studies in animistic, shamanic, Celtic, and Eastern spiritual practices and holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science with Honors and a Master of Environmental Law. Her bloodlines are of the Norse-Gaels, the Picts, and the Insular Celts and she was raised in Sydney, Australia on the unceded ancestral lands of the Cammeraygal Clan of the Eora Nation. She currently resides in Denver, Colorado, on the traditional lands of the Ute and Arapaho Nations and the Oceti Ŝakowiŋ, the Seven Council Fires. To learn more about Tree Speech, please visit treespeechpodcast.com. We're thrilled to be able to offer interviews, creative insights, and stories about the natural world we live in, and the trees who guide our way. Please consider supporting us through our Patreon - every contribution supports our production, and we'll be giving gifts of gratitude including an invitation to Tree House, our new virtual community for patrons of all levels. Please also consider passing the word to tree loving folks, and rate and review us on Apple podcasts. Every kind word helps. Visit us also on instagram @ treespeechpodcast. This week's episode was written and recorded in Massachusetts on the native lands of the Wabanaki Confederacy, Pennacook, Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett), and Pawtucket people, in New York on the land of the Lenapee tribes, and Colorado on the traditional lands of the Ute, and Arapaho Nations and the Oceti Ŝakowiŋ, the Seven Council Fires. Tree Speech's host, Dori Robinson, is a director, playwright, dramaturg, and educator who seeks and develops projects that explore social consciousness, personal heritage, and the difference one individual can have on their own community. More information at https://www.dorirobinson.com Logo design by Mill Riot. Special thanks to the Western Avenue Lofts and Studios for all their support. Tree Speech is produced and co-written by Jonathan Zautner with Alight Theater Guild. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/treespeech/message

The Daily Office Podcast
Friday // September 16, 2022

The Daily Office Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:02


Morning Prayer for Friday, September 16, 2022 (Ember Day [Autumn Friday]; Proper 19; Ninian, Bishop of Galloway and Missionary to the Picts, 432). Psalm and Scripture readings (2-year lectionary; 60-day Psalter): Psalms 42-43 Zephaniah 1 Matthew 13:1-23 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailyofficepodcast/support

Christ Anglican
Evensong for 9/16/2022; commemoration of St. Ninian, Bishop of Galloway & Missionary to the Picts, 432

Christ Anglican

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 28:40


Psalm 44; Zephaniah 1; Matthew 13:1-23 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christanglican-hotsprings/support

Christ Anglican
Matins for 9/16/2022; commemoration of St. Ninian, Bishop of Galloway & Missionary to the Picts, 432

Christ Anglican

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 29:32


Psalms 42 & 42; 1 Kings 7; Kyrie Pantokrator --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christanglican-hotsprings/support

Prayer During the Day
Friday 16th September 2022 St Ninian's day: Peter has angelic help escaping prison

Prayer During the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 9:31


Psalm 124; Luke 9.22-25; Acts 12. 6 St Ninian was born around 360 in Cumbria, the son of a chieftan who became a Christian convert. He went to Rome to study and was made bishop to the Picts (early inhabitants of Britain) on his return. Under his guidance, Christianity in the Scottish lowlands and parts of Northumbria flourished very early on.

Classic Ghost Stories
Pallinghurst Barrow by Grant Allen

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 70:26


Pallinghurst Barrow by Grant AllenA horror story about spirits who linger in old places in the English countryisde. Published 1892. Suggested by Susan Tudor-Coulson If You Appreciate The Work I've Put In Here - You could buy me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker or join as a Patron for exclusive content here: https://www.patreon.com/barcudGrant AllenCharles Grant Blairfindie Allen was born in 1848 on Wolfe Island in Ontario in Ca nada and died in Haselmere in Surrey aged 51. His father was from Dublin and he was a protestant minister. He was educated at home and then when he was 13, his family moved to the USA, then to France then to Britain. He was educated at King Edward's School in Birmingham (where Tolkien later went amongst other famous alumni) and then at Merton College in Oxford. He went to teach in Brighton and in Jamaica. He returned to Britain from Jamaica and began to write professionally. He was most famous for his scientific essays. But he also wrote science fiction. He was an atheist and socialist. He was married twice. He died of liver cancer in 1899. He was a friend and neighbour of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.Chanctonbury Ring, Old Weird AlbionThe Old Weird Albion | Justin Hopper || Landscape, Memory & MythI mention how much I enjoy the work of Justin Hopper.  Chanctonbury Rings – a spoke word and music album made with folk artist Sharron Kraus and Ghost Box Records co-founder The Belbury Poly (Ghost Box). Long Barrows were the product of a late Stone Age civilisation with additions from Bronze Age folk. They are particularly to be found in Wessex and the south and west of England. But of course megalithic structures of similar types can be found all over Atlantic Europe. Nobody would suggest that the so-called Picts created them.Theosophists & Madam BlavatskyThe Theosophical Society was created mainly by Madame Helena Blavatsky who had a background in Spiritualism. This was a time of religious change with a huge upsurge in Spiritualism. The first lodge was in Scotland. There were influences from western Occultism, but also Hinduism and Buddhism and they talked about the ascended masters. These ascended masters included Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Jesus but also the Buddha, Confucious and Lao Tzu but also Mesmer, Bohme and Cagliostro.  Theosophy has evolved into the New Age.Mrs Bruce (the esoteric Buddhist) seems to be one of these.GhostsThe story reports that we only see the ghosts from periods within our knowledge.  But of course this is not true. Many ghosts are not really identifiable at all. Flint and ironThis is an old piece of folkloreCannabis IndicaIndeed. No wonder he saw visions.Fiddlers Green, Clint MarshFiddler's Green Peculiar Parish MagazineI love this 'zine. As the Clint Marsh says, *Fiddler's Green Peculiar Parish Magazine was born of a languid afternoon of conversation on a sunny tavern lawn. Taking its name from the pleasant afterlife dreamed into being by sailors, cavalrymen, and other adventurous spirits, Fiddler's Green gathers friends, good cheer, and a bit of magic to create a better world not someday, but now.*Tarantino's from Dawn til DuskThat genre shift from tense hostage movie to vampire killl-fest.  I see something similar going on here.  Support the show

Cancelled Culture TODAY
It is curious that the Roman carvings show the Picts wearing some form of clothing and those reliefs clearly memorialise battle scenes.

Cancelled Culture TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 2:06


Cancelled Culture TODAY
The Picts: The Ancient Scottish People Who Held Off The Romans.

Cancelled Culture TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:35


F*ckShakespeare
Episode 48: This Old Man, He Played One, Macbeth Act 3

F*ckShakespeare

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 52:35


One weird little scene that seems pointless until you know something crucial about how the kings of Scotland were crowned. Followed by an interview with a couple of murderers who are going to take a bit of bloody biz off Mac's hands. Scottish kings were brought to Scone for their investiture and there ensued an elaborate ceremony that involved the Stone of Scone. It is an ancient piece of granite that, legend has it, came over to Scotland with an Egyptian princess named Scota. She snatched it from underneath Jacob's head after he woke up from that dream about the angels (Jacob's Ladder - go look that shit up yourselves). She sailed with it across the Mediterranean and landed in Spain first. Nah, she decided, Spain sucks. So she continued on through the straits of Gibraltar and up to Ireland. Close, she said, but not quite right. She finally landed on the western coast of Scotland and fell in love with it. Who wouldn't? She founded a race of Scottish people (Scota - hello!) and there were a few skirmishes with another tribe - the Picts - who were fierce and loved Scotland too, but eventually they were all Scott-ish. Every time a Scottish king was crowned, their own personal poet would tell their entire lineage and history from Scota up to their present (sure, they might have had to scooch that line a bit to get around some other folks, but... who's asking?). THEN, finally, the Earl of FIFE had to present them a special sword and charge them with the protection of the country. Macduff says he ain't going to Scone. So maybe Macbeth's investiture wasn't quite legal? Just sayin'... Want to know more? Connect with us on our website: https://fckshakespeare.com Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fckshakespeare/ Tweet at us, if you must: @fckshakespod Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fshakespeare And if you are inclined to be a patron like Queen Elizabeth, you can support this podcast for as little as 99¢/month. Click the link below! Think of it like throwing money in the virtual hat while we crazy players do our little song and dance here. We thank you! (imagine us bowing now) We don't have a plan for the next thing. Want to cast your vote for the next play? DM us or email us: fckshakespeare69@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fckshakespeare/support

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 11

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 5:18


Church History Part 11 Christianity Comes To Britain Today we will look at some of the leading figures in the growth of Christianity in Britain. ~ Ninian Ninian was the Bishop of Galloway in South West Scotland by the end of the 4th Century. He is known to have carried out extensive missionary work in South Scotland. Hence there are many churches named after him in that area. He was born about 360 and is widely regarded as being the first Gospel preacher in a part of Britain which was not under Roman rule. Touring widely away from Galloway, Ninian preached at various missions. Much of Celtic Christianity is thought to have formed from this man's ministry. Bede in Ecclesiastical History of England refers to him thus “For the southern Picts, who dwell on this side of those mountains, had, it is said, long before forsaken the errors of idolatry, and received the true faith by the preaching of Bishop Ninias, a most reverend and holy man of the British nation, who had been regularly instructed at Rome in the faith and mysteries of the truth;” ~ Patrick Patrick – (389-461) He was the Apostle to England and is perhaps the greatest name in Irish history. At 16, he was taken as a slave from West Britain to Ireland for 6 years, during which time he found God. Patrick escaped to France & trained in a monastery. Later, he returned to Britain and had a dream calling him to Ireland. Subsequently Patrick returned to Ireland as bishop in 432. From there, Patrick evangelised the majority of Ireland, founding many churches & monasteries. Few men have had such an impact on a nation. Many missionaries and mission trips later, he left Ireland to evangelise Britain & Europe. ~ Columba 521 Columba was born in Ireland in 521 and as a young man entered the Moville monastery and later ordained deacon. Columba left Ireland under dubious circumstances and he sailed north until he could no longer see Ireland. He landed at the Island of Iona, South West of Scotland, and founded the Iona monastery, a great centre of learning and missionary activity. It is known that he evangelised much of northern Scotland. Bede in Ecclesiastical History of England writes “Columba came into Britain in the ninth year of the reign of Bridius, who was the son of Meilochon, and the powerful king of the Pictish nation, and he converted that nation to the faith of Christ, by his preaching and example. Wherefore he also received of them the gift of the aforesaid island whereon to found a monastery” Most information comes from the Vita Columbae (i.e. "Life of Columba" ). ~ Aidan Aidan was born in Connaught, Ireland. He was educated at Leinster, later going into the Monastery of St David in Wales where he spent many years studying and researching. He later founded a monastery in Wexford, becoming its Bishop. Later responding to a call from the King, Aidan settled on Lindisfarne Island. From here, Aidan engaged in much missionary work and evangelised extensively! Bede in Ecclesiastical History of England relates to him thus: “Aidan's holiness of life wins from him a warm tribute of admiration. … a man of singular gentleness, piety, and moderation; having a zeal of God, but not fully according to knowledge; for he was wont to keep Easter Sunday according to the custom of his country …” Bede goes on to describe various miracles said to be done by Aidan. That's it for this time! Next time in our series HAHA, we will look at a new threat to the growth and well being of Christianity - Islam! Thanks for listening! Come back to Partakers, where every day there is something new to encourage your walk as a Christian in the 21st century. ~ Tap or click here to save this as an audio mp3 file

Daybreak
Daybreak for July 7, 2022

Daybreak

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 51:22


Thursday of the 14th Week in Ordinary Time Saint of the Day: St. Palladius, 408-450; first bishop of Ireland, immediate predecessor to St. Patrick; sent by Pope Celestine I to preach to the Irish, but made little impact; sailed for Scotland to preach among the Picts, and died shortly after his arrival Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 7/7/22 Gospel: Matthew 10:7-15

The Scottish Clans Podcast
115 What was the Origin of the Campbells? - From Stephen Boardman's 'The Campbells'

The Scottish Clans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 28:32


The Campbells were one of the most powerful clans in Scotland.  What was their origin?  Were they Gaels from Dal Riata?  Britons of Strathclyde?  Picts?  Angles from Northumbria?  Normans?  Vikings?  Let's hear from Professor Stephen Boardman of the University of Edinburgh on this topic!  It's taken from his book The Campbells: 1250-1513. I really enjoyed this book and will be sharing more from it in future episodes. Sponsor:  usakilts.com and https://www.youtube.com/c/USAKiltsOfficial Source:  The Campbells: 1250-1513 by Stephen Boardman More Sources at scottishclans.podbean.com - click on the sources link.

Crucible of Realms
Episode 7 - Neptune's Reich

Crucible of Realms

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Hosts: Jim, Jon & KentGuest: Reece AmbroseWe take an alternate look at World War II, imagining a world in which the Nazis found a mystical artifact that would lead them to conquer Europe and change the face of global politics forever. Wiki entry to follow!00:00 Tomfoolery00:36 Intro02:15 Nazis03:00 Determining Basics05:07 World War II06:27 Deciding Era & Society07:27 American Civil War07:59 Atomic Bomb08:25 Pearl Harbor10:00 Determining Rules & History10:12 Rome / Carthage / Rome vs Carthage11:18 Hiroshima / Nagasaki11:55 Hermetic Magic13:46 Vulcan / Neptune14:06 Hermes Trismegistus / Hermes / Thoth14:22 Alchemy / Astrology / Theurgy14:38 Thule Society15:18 Axis / Allies / Axis vs Allies16:24 Afrika Korps / Virgil19:36 Stormtrooper19:52 Mars20:07 Fifth Column21:16 Sodom & Gomorrah21:32 Poseidon / The Kraken / Hermann Göring24:08 Hadrian's Wall24:26 Winston Churchill26:09 Picts28:55 Navajo / Code Talkers29:42 Determining Locations / Machu Picchu29:54 Navajo Cliff Dwellings / Area 5130:10 Trinity / Alomogordo30:56 Heinrich Schliemann / Troy31:28 Gibraltar / Pillars of Hercules31:56 Victoria Falls / Niagara Falls / Zambezi32:27 Mount Fuji / Ulan Bator / Genghis Khan32:53 Gobi Desert / Mount Everest / Taroko Gorge33:15 Dreamtime34:31 Fighting Monks35:52 Determining Factions38:21 Albert Einstein40:05 Pineapple Grenade44:14 Imperial Japan / Communism47:34 Chinese Gunpowder48:03 Panacea / Elixir Vitae49:31 KGB50:15 Cheka / Vladimir Lenin / NKGB50:33 Political Directorate (OGPU) / Joseph Stalin53:20 Rwandan Genocide 53:54 Vodoun (Voodoo)55:24 Grigori Rasputin / Bolshevik55:50 Naming Groups56:02 Manhattan Project58:13 Dynasty58:57 Naming the Setting59:27 3rd Reich60:27 Conclusion & OutroDOWNLOAD EPISODE 7 - NEPTUNE'S REICH

PAULINES ONLINE RADIO
MARCH 17 - ST. PATRICK l PATRON SAINT OF IRELAND

PAULINES ONLINE RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 5:56


ST. PATRICK l PATRON SAINT OF IRELAND Feast Day: MARCH 17 Among Christianity's most famous saints is St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. He is venerated by Catholics, and by non-Catholic religions in many parts of the world, and is remembered pompously by a celebration they call ST. PATRICK'S DAY. He is credited with bringing Christianity to the Irish people and to the Anglo-Saxons and Picts. St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain. Little is known about his family and his childhood, except that he was born about 386 A.D, his father was a deacon of high social standing, and his mother Conchessa, was closely related to St. Martin of Tours, but Patrick as a youth was not himself a great believer. In his writings, he revealed that at the age of sixteen, he was captured by Irish pirates, was brought to Ireland, and there he worked as a slave for six years. While in captivity, he was tasked to care for the sheep staying most of the time in the open fields. This sad situation brought him closer to God. He learned how to pray and was converted to Christianity. In his book Confession, Patrick said that while he was a captive, “The love of God and his fear grew in me more and more, as did the faith and my soul was roused so that, in a single day, I said as many as hundred prayers and in the night, nearly the same. I prayed in the woods and in the mountain, even before dawn. I felt no hurt from the snow, or ice or rain.” After six years of captivity, he heard a voice telling him to go back to Britain. He escaped from his master and walked long miles to a port where there was a ship leaving for Britain, but he had great difficulty in persuading the captain to let him in. After sailing for three days, he and the other men in the boat landed in a wilderness and walked again to find civilization. Once at home, he tried to study more about Christianity. He studied for the priesthood in Auxerre, France and was ordained a priest and in 432 was consecrated Bishop. He was sent by Pope Celestine I to Ireland as a missionary. Upon arriving Ireland, he was not welcomed by the people but he managed to spread Christianity far and wide. Although he gave gifts to the rulers of the place, he never accepted any gifts from them nor from the people. He recognized the pagan-oriented practices of the Irish people and incorporated them into Christian practices. He created councils, founded monasteries and organized Ireland into dioceses. Writing about his mission, St. Patrick said that he baptized thousands of people, ordained priests for the new Christian communities. He converted wealthy women, some of whom became nuns despite the oppositions of their families. He convinced widows and widowers to become chaste and serve their neighbors in need. He traveled to many parts of the island, finding many difficulties, especially with the ruling elite. But he was able to convert sons of kings and obtained the protection of local kings.Saint Patrick died in Saul, Ireland in 461 and is said to have been buried in the nearby town called Downpatrick, County Down. There are several legends about St. Patrick and one legend credits him with showing the people the shamrock, a three-leafed plant to illustrate the doctrine of the Trinity. Since then, the shamrock became a central symbol for St. Patrick in the celebration of St. Patrick's Day on March 17. St. Patrick's Day is believed to be the date he died. The Day became a feast in the Catholic Church due to the influence of a Franciscan scholar Luke Wading, a member of the commission for the reform of the Breviary in the early part of the 17th century. He is also the patron saint of Nigeria and ofengineers. St. Patrick had a breastplate worthy of being adopted by all believers: “Christ with me, Christ before me,Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ at my right, Christ at my left.

Nordic Mythology Podcast
Ep - 111 Portmahomack: Monastery of the Picts with Dr. Martin Carver

Nordic Mythology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 81:58


This week we are delighted to have Professor Martin Carver returning as a guest! As you might remember from our 50th Episode Martin is the director of the Sutton Hoo research project, and has written multiple books on the subjects of Vikings and Iron Age England. This time, together with Mathias and Daniel, Martin will be discussing the archaeological excavation of the Pictish monastery of Portmahomack in Scotland. Some one of a kind stories will be shared, and Dan gets so excited he destroys his recording studio… It's complicated.Get Surfshark VPN at http://Surfshark.deals/NMP - Enter promo code: "NMP '' for 83% off and 3 extra months free!If you would like to purchase any of Professor Carver's books on Portmahomack, Sutton Hoo, a list of his published titles and where to purchase them can be found at: martincarver.com/publicationsCheck us out on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/nordicmythologypodcastAnd if you like what we do, and would like to be in the audience for live streams of new episodes to ask questions please consider supporting us on Patreon:www.patreon.com/NordicMythologyPodcastIf you would like to join our bi-weekly Q&A Episodes in the new year, or get access to our special Story Time episodes covering the saga literature, then all you have to do is join our Patron. Seriously, we would love to have you, the more the merrier!To check out Dan's company, Horns of Odin, and their wide range of handmade items inspired by Nordic Mythology and the Viking Age. Visit www.hornsofodin.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NordicMythologyPodcast)

Ghost Writers, Anonymous
Ep. 20 - Pride

Ghost Writers, Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 46:38


Wherein we rescue babies from the bog and learn just what Jack is capable of.  Nourish us with starlight and moonbeams: gwritersanon@gmail.com  Climb the beanstalk all the way up to our Facebook page (Ghost Writers, Anonymous). 

History of the World podcast
Vol 4 Ep 20 - The Picts

History of the World podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 50:53


43 - 848 - When the Romans invaded Britain they discovered people who had decorated their bodies with bright colours. Who were these people and what became of them?

The Activation Phase - Saga Podcast

In this weeks episode we talk about the Picts and all of their terrain shenanigans. We also talk about the not so great movie about Picts starring Keira Knightley and how there is *objectively* no other way than using the chariot for your warlord.

Little Cosmologies
The Pictish Trail

Little Cosmologies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 29:35


A simple but startling dream about a boar led me down a remarkable path of connection, awakening and understanding. It helped me see... my connection to an ancient group of people called the Picts why I was guided to take a trip to Scotland why I needed to complete a draft of my script on 2/22/2222 the mirror as a portal to a new dimension of truth and understanding of who I am Enjoy!

Armchair History
The People Who Stopped Rome

Armchair History

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 36:47


The Picts have fascinated me for a long time. This was a tough story to piece together, given the limited information that is available, most of which is arguing with another source offering information, but there is enough to paint a picture. The special nature of this group of people allowed them to stifle the greatest empire the world had ever seen. This is their story. Source Material: Foster, Sally, Picts, Gaels and Scots: Early Historic Scotland (Birlinn Ltd, 2014)Grigg, Julianna, The Picts Re-imagined (Arc Humanities Press, 2018)McHardy, Stuart, A New History of the Picts (Luath Press Ltd, 2011)Noble, G., Gondek, M., Campbell, E., & Cook, M, ‘Between prehistory and history: Thearchaeological detection of social change among the Picts.', Antiquity, 87(338), (2013) pp.1136-1150.

The Faeries and Folklore Podcast by Ronel
The Origins of Modern Fae

The Faeries and Folklore Podcast by Ronel

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 8:23


Answering popular questions about where faeries come from, how to repel them, how to lure them, and how they've evolved over time.   Written and narrated by Ronel Janse van Vuuren. Copyright 2022 Ronel Janse van Vuuren -- All rights reserved.   Get the transcript here.   Music: Secrets by David Fesliyan (FesliyanStudios.com) and Dramatic Heartbeat by FesliyanStudios.com   Sources mentioned in post: The Denham Tracts, edited by James Hardy (London: Folklore Society, 1892-1895) The Handbook of Folklore by CS Burne (1914) The Testimony of Tradition by David MacRitchie (1890)  Fians, Fairies and Picts by David MacRitchie (1893) The Fairy-Faith in the Celtic Countries by WY Evans-Wentz (1911)  Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael (1900) The Fairy Mythology by Thomas Keightley (1828)  Iron and Fae podcast episode 

Saga Ohio
Saga Ohio, Episode 21

Saga Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 87:55


Monty Luhmann makes his second appearance on Saga Ohio as my guest. The gentleman of the hobby discusses the Picts with me, a new Age of Invasions faction we are both enjoying playing. We compare our experiences with the army, discussing our builds, what our ideas are on placing terrain, and our basic strategy. Monty and I talk about the advanced Saga abilities on the Pict board we think are top tier, and those that are more situational, and the ones we use less. We analyze the army's strengths and weaknesses, and what armies or troops may give them difficulties. Towards the end, Monty and I talk about how we both enjoy painting and how it is therapeutic part of our life. We discuss upcoming projects and what is going on Saga-wise in our communities. Be sure to check out Monty's Google photos page and its voluminous saga of the armies he's painted: https://photos.app.goo.gl/YKoBPeS62Wr4WPhP6. Also check out host Mike Demana's Saga battle reports using his Picts on his Lead Legionaries blog: http://leadlegionaries.blogspot.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sagaohio/message

A Scottish Podcast the Audio Drama Series
42 - Life Doesn't Feel Right Until Something's Wrong

A Scottish Podcast the Audio Drama Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 17:53


From the Picts to Planet Nine, the mysteries of this dead world just keep on getting deeper. Cast & Credits

Destination: History
Scotland's carved stone balls

Destination: History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 10:30


As a little break between our two Stonehenge episodes, we are fascinated by carved stone balls found throughout Scotland but we've got no idea what they're meant to be. Come along as we check out this interesting mystery. For images and more head on over to our website: destinationhistorypod.com Included links: 3D renders

Chamberlain and Chance
The dam breaks

Chamberlain and Chance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 99:59


Alex has returned, happy and well fed following his birthday celebrations. He has also begun his loops through Deathloop, finding it more palatable than Dishonored 2. Chance continues his strange trek through 'new game land' with a trek of perfect length through Kena Bridge of Spirits. And Chamberlain? He IS NOT still killing the English in Assassin's Creed Valhalla. He is killing Picts, now, too.

Christ Anglican
Evensong for 9/16/2021; commemoration of St. Ninian, Bishop of Galloway and Missionary to the Picts, 432

Christ Anglican

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 28:30


Psalm 44; Zephaniah 1; Matthew 13:1-23 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christanglican-hotsprings/support

The Daily Office Podcast
Thursday // September 16, 2021

The Daily Office Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 24:39


Morning Prayer for Thursday, September 16, 2021 (Proper 19; Ninian, Bishop of Galloway and Missionary to the Picts). Psalm and Scripture readings: Psalms 42-43 1 Kings 7:1-14, 40-44, 47-51 Hebrews 7 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailyofficepodcast/support

Nordic Mythology Podcast
Ep - 78 All About the Picts with Pictavia Leather

Nordic Mythology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 78:07


This week Mathias and Daniel are sitting down with Hamish Findlay of Pictavia Leather to discuss the history of the Picts in Scotland. Pictish history spans 900 years and has numerous historical intersections with both the Romans and the Vikings. Together with the boys Hamish will be digging into all the weird theories of how the Picts came to be and what eventually became of them; as well as trying to disabuse the harmful stereotype of the blue painted savage.  Will we get through all of that in just over an hour? Well, it's complicated...If you would like to learn more about the Picts, or see Hamish in one of his numerous television appearances you can find both at: www.pictavialeather.co.ukYou can also find us on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/nordicmythologypodcastAnd if you like what we do, and would like to be in the audience for live streams of new episodes to ask questions please consider supporting us on Patreon:www.patreon.com/NordicMythologyPodcastWe've also reached our goal of 100 Patrons and are starting a new show where our hosts Mathias and Daniel watch and commentate along with the popular series Vikings! If you would like to be in the audience and have your questions answered live then all you have to do is become a Patron, the more the merrier!

Under The Kilt
003 - Oh Sh*t, The Picts! (feat. Jillian Mannion)

Under The Kilt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 87:06


Did the Picts have it all figured out? Where did Hadrian learn to build walls? When will Nat reference another Doctor Who episode? We're exploring all this and more (mostly more0 on this week's episode about The Picts, with special guest, award-winning screenwriter Jillian Mannion. More on Jillian: Jillian Mannion is a screenwriter with over 20 hours of broadcast television for BBC. She studied English and History at university before winning a Donald Dewar Arts Award for Creative Writing and going on to Vancouver Film School where she studied Writing for Film and TV, receiving awards in Academics, Professionalism and Script Analysis. She is currently a mentee on Women in Film and Television UK's 4 Nations Mentoring programm where she is being mentored by British screenwriter Sally Wainwright. Since her time at university she has continued to study and have a major interest in Scottish history. Link to Jillian's short film, Young Offender, on YouTube Rhynie - Archaeological Investigation (video) Tribes of Scotland c. 150 per Ptolemy's map Artist's depiction of St. Columba converting the Picts Pictish bull carving Pictish stone Pictish warrior with drinking horn carving Pictish depiction of battle of Dun Nechtain Kin Kenneth MacAlpin (Kenneth I) Hadrian's Wall Still from “Eaters Of Light” - Doctor Who episode Nat references SOCIALS: Follow Under The Kilt at @underthekiltpod on Twitter & Instagram CREDITS: Original Theme: Tyler Collins aka “Two Metre Man” Additional Music: Garreth Spinn Original Art: Sarah Cruz Producer: Kathleen Mueller Mason SPONSORS: Direct sponsorship inquiries and other questions to underthekiltpod@gmail.com

Under The Kilt
Under The Kilt Trailer

Under The Kilt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 0:59


It's a spin off, baby! Wander the historical heather and explore the less worn paths of Scottish History with Scottish Actor, Adam McNamara and Chicago Comedian (and co-host of Shared History), Natalie Younger. From the Picts to present day, we're delving deep into bonnie Scotland and all her glory, missteps and omissions in history. Series premieres July 22, 2020. Meet Your Hosts Adam McNamara is a Scottish actor, writer and father. Some past credits include the National Theatre of Scotland's acclaimed production of Black Watch, the original West End cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, plus screen credits including Black Mirror and Vikings among many others. Natalie Younger is a Chicago-based actor, writer and comedian. A regular in Chicago's bustling sketch and improv comedy scene, a working actor, co-host of Shared History and the Copy Director at an animation studio, she doesn't know what you know her from, but she's glad you found her. CREDITS Produced by Kathleen Mueller Mason Original theme by Tyler Collins (aka Two Metre Man) Original art by Sarah Cruz MERCH: Under The Kilt merch coming soon. Get your Shared History swag . SUPPORT: Our network, Arcade Audio, is on Patreon. Support them here for access to loads of bonus content from Shared History and other Arcade podcasts. ABOUT SHARED HISTORY: Shared History is a comedy podcast and history podcast in one. Hosted by Chicago comedians, each episode focuses on obscure, overlooked and underrepresented historical events and people.

Saga Ohio
Saga Ohio, Episode 15

Saga Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 77:55


Host Mike Demana welcomes his old friend, Saga enthusiast Jason Mirosavich onto the podcast. The two talk about Jason's all-time favorite Saga army, the Scots. Jason gives some historical background of the army, and then talks about his warband's composition. Mike compares his build that he used in his 8-0 run with the Scots (he prefers to call them to Viking-age Picts) jn Saga Ohio games to Jason's army. The two analyze the strengths of the Scot's battle board and each compare the combinations of advanced abilities that they preferred to use against their enemies. Jason talks about what he is painting now, and how he plans to sell some Saga armies (see Jason's gaming blog: http://mirosgames.blogspot.com/). He also gives some advice on how he prepares for a Saga tournament, which will hopefully include Jason flying up from South Carolina to Ohio for Cincycon 2021! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sagaohio/message

Generally Spooky Podcast
S1E9 - Urquhart Castle

Generally Spooky Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 68:10


In this week's episode, Eilidh tells Kieran about Urquhart Castle, A strategic and historical site dating back to the Picts in the 6th centuary! If you want to support the podcast, please subscribe and leave a review. We'd really appreciate it!  You can also join us over on Patreon for loads of cool stuff: Get access to new episodes a whole week before anyone else  Gain access to extra mini-episodes every two weeks You can listen to the weekly wee blether where we debrief the latest episode and have a more casual chat.  You get access to the book club where Eilidh is currently reading the Turn of The Screw by Henry James Plus 10% off merch in our Merch Store

Night of the Living History

In this episode I will be diving (ha. pun?) into the history surrounding Loch Ness, and more so, the Loch Ness monster. We will talk about the Picts, Gaelic and Celtic legends and the real history surrounding this magical legend of Scotland's past!IG: @nightofthe_livinghistoryBackgroud Music: Darkest Child by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.comCreative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/darkest-childMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/NDJ7uBPVcH8Sources for this Episode:https://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/The-Kelpie/#:~:text=A%20kelpie%20is%20a%20shape,the%20shape%20of%20a%20horse.&text=But%20beware%E2%80%A6these%20are%20malevolent%20spirits!https://www.britannica.com/topic/Picthttps://www.britannica.com/topic/Loch-Ness-monster-legendary-creaturehttps://www.britannica.com/place/Loch-Ness-lake-Scotland-United-Kingdom

Look Ma, No Script!
Bran Mak Morn: The Last King

Look Ma, No Script!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 17:06


Episode 40 is based on the popular tale, 'Bran Mak Morn: The Last King' where we awaken in a very fancy bed-and-breakfast where they serve breakfast in bed to Picts and Celts alike. Please have a listen! Wait, you're a dirty Celt? We'd love to know what you think about the show! Hate it? Love it? Let us know in the comments! Follow us on frickin' instagram: https://www.instagram.com/l00kmanoscript/ Additional sound effects from https://www.zapsplat.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-ma-no-script/support

Ancient History Fangirl
The Pictish Beast: What is It?

Ancient History Fangirl

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 58:49


The Pictish Beast is a mysterious animal carved on Pictish standing stones. Nobody knows what kind of animal it is. But it must have been really important to the Picts, as over 40% of animals carved into their stones are the Pictish Beast. Is it an elephant? Is it a kelpie? Is it an ancient prehistoric monster the likes of which no living person has ever seen? What is it?? In this episode, Genn and Jenny spend roughly an hour debating what, exactly, the Pictish Beast might have been. We state our cases, lay out our supporting facts, get really opinionated, and knock back a few drinks along the way. Get ad-free episodes here: https://www.patreon.com/ancienthistoryfangirl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ancient History Fangirl
Who Were the Picts?

Ancient History Fangirl

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 92:40


The Picts burst onto the Romano-British scene as terrifying Celtic pirates, overwhelming Hadrian's Wall from the north, sweeping in from the sea to ravage and burn Romano-British settlements as the power of the Roman Empire slowly receded. In the centuries after Rome faded, they were the true Kings in the North—building a powerful kingdom in the northernmost highlands that lasted more than 600 years. Until, around 900 AD, they disappeared from the record. They simply vanished. Who were the Picts—and what became of them? In this episode, we're going to find out. Get ad-free episodes here: https://www.patreon.com/ancienthistoryfangirl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Journeys from the Past
Journeys from the Past, Ep.17: Irish Monks & Columba (521-597) (Audio)

Journeys from the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021


In this episode, learn about how the Irish monks saved Western civilization, and the warrior monk Columba (521-597AD) and his bold missionary efforts to the bellicose Picts. In the production of this podcast, Andy referenced these resources: How The Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe by Thomas Cahill Civilisation by Kenneth Clark

The Madaxeman.com Podcast
List Building for the armies of Britannia in ADLG

The Madaxeman.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 60:38


The Ancients Britons together with the Caledonians, Scots, Irish and Picts are armies that many wargamers will keep a special place for close to their hearts, but also which they will keep an equally special place for securely tucked away in the storage drawer as a result of their often underwhelming reputation on the tabletop. In this Army List Building Podcast the regular team try and pick the juicy bits out of these two L'Art de la Guerre army lists 98 & 99, and in the process manage to come up with surprisingly varied set of approaches to help make viable and interesting lists from these oft-overlooked historical classics.  We also take a quick jaunt through the history of the period, discuss the merits of the individual troop types which make them up, and speculate on why the lists have been organised as they are in the book.  The army lists in this Podcast all appear on the Madaxeman website in the ADLG Wiki, and a video version of the podcast is also available on the Madaxeman YouTube channel complete with photos of relevant 15mm figures.  

The Northern Fire History Podcast
The History of The Picts with Hamish Lamley

The Northern Fire History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2020 48:52


Sean talks to Hamish Lamley of Pictavia leather about all things Pictish, while like a true craftsman, Hamish darns his Pictish jumper... They loosely discuss the historical timeline of the people known as the Picts, a people about whom so little can be proven but so many theories exist...

History of Scotland Podcast
Episode 5 - Post Roman Era & Saxon Arrival

History of Scotland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2020 29:34


Hello everyone and welcome to the History of Scotland, episode 5. In this episode I go through the overview of scotland at the end of the Roman Empire and the state of scotland pre saxon invasion and during saxon times. Next EP will be Saxon wars with the Picts and finally Viking times will hit us with the start of the Kingdom of Alba. Please leave any feedback you have for the podcast in reviews, likes and comments. Our podcast is on PodBean, iTunes, Spotify, soundcloud & YouTube. Till next week folks. Stay safe.

History of Scotland Podcast
Episode 3 - The Rise of the Picts

History of Scotland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2020 30:37


Hello everyone and welcome to the History of Scotland, episode 3. In this episode I go through a general overview on the history of the Kingdom of Pictland, from 341-945 AD, its religion, culture and relationship with its neighbours such as the Romans, Saxons, Vikings and other Petty Kings. I do apologise again for pronouncing some words wrong, slowly getting there and learning to speak myself... Next few EPs we will be closing out on Roman Britian and then going into pre viking / saxon times. Then finally Viking times will hit us with also the starting of the Kingdom of Alba. Please leave any feedback you have for the podcast in reviews, likes and comments. Our podcast is on PodBean, iTunes, Spotify, soundcloud & YouTube. Till next week folks. Stay safe.

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
Picts and Padlocks, Distant picnics, Short Shorts, "History is the canvas in which the future is etched upon".

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 32:43


Picts and Padlocks, Distant picnics, Short Shorts, "History is the canvas in which the future is etched upon". --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/keepcalmcauliflowercheese/message

Medieval!
Hengest & Horsa - What do the sources say about them?

Medieval!

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2020 7:52


Help us make more episodes – http://www.patreon.come/medievalpodcast “In a short time, swarms of the aforesaid nations came over into the island, and the foreigners began to increase so much that they became a source of terror to the natives themselves who had invited them. Then, having on a sudden entered into league with the Picts, whom they had by this time repelled by force of arms, they began to turn their weapons against their allies.“ Research & Writing: Joshua Potts Voice: Bill Odman Music: Alexander Nakarada, Kevin Macleod, AShamaluev Funding: Thank you to all supporters on Patreon!

The Clearing Podcast - Where Eagles Fly

Columba and Kentigern.  After establishing 30 houses of prayer in Ireland, and after making a pilgrimage to honor Martin at Tours, the hot-headed Columba created some serious problems in Ireland—and was banished from his homeland in the middle of the sixth century.  Founding the prayer community at Iona, Columba succeeded in bringing the Picts and […]

The Scottish Clans Podcast
Episode 31 Clan Clusters: Siol Alpin Pt. 1

The Scottish Clans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2019 32:24


The Siol Alpin (seed, or descendants of Alpin) were a group of seven clans that all claimed descent from Alpin, who was the father of Kenneth Mac Alpin, the first king of the combined Scots and Picts.  Or was he?  And were they?  I discuss this idea and take a short look at the individual clans that made up this group: Grant, MacGregor, MacFie, MacQuarrie, MacNab, MacKinnon and MacAulay.  

The Scottish Clans Podcast
Episode 30 MacNab vs MacNeish and Grant Origins

The Scottish Clans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 41:47


For a wild story about a fight between the MacNabs and MacNeishes as well as a brief discussion about the origins of the Grants, join me on this episode.  This will be a lead-in to a future episode about the Siol Alpin, or those clans claiming descend from Alpin, father of Kenneth, King of the Picts.