Ancient Scotland’s Picts developed writing system as early as 1,700 years ago

Ancient Scotland’s Picts developed writing system as early as 1,700 years ago The Romans were never in a position to exert their dominance over all of Britain due to the fierce resistance of northern tribes known as the Picts, meaning ‘Painted Ones’ in Latin. The Picts constituted the kingdom that is largest in Dark Age Scotland until they disappeared from history at the conclusion of the initial millennium, their culture having been assimilated by the Gaels. But but not very much is known about these individuals who dominated Scotland for years and years, evidence implies that that customwritings Pictish culture was rich, perhaps featuring its own written language in place as early as 1,700 years ago, a new study found.