These are homepages for other Pictish reenactors.
Electric Eithni - Eithni ingen Talorgain
My livejournal blog which often includes Pictish content, but not exclusively.
Pictavia - Broichan maqq Kynatt
A delightful man and Pictish scholar based in Caid. Be sure to check out his site as well!
SCA-Pictish on Yahoo! Groups
This is a community for people interested in Pictish history, especially as it relates to reenactment groups.
These are links to primary sources, collections of pictures of stones, and other solid resources.
See my reviews of various Pictish source books here.
The Pictish Chronicle
A nice page showcasing the text, with side-by-side translation.
Firth's Celtic Scotland
This page has an overtly religious focus and so includes a lot if information about Celtic saints, but it also includes extensive images of the Book of Deer, a copy of the Pictish King list and more.
A Consideration of Pictish Names
By the ever-wonderful Heather Rose Jones.
Archaeology Data Service
A free portal to several on-line journals, including the Proceedings of the Society for the Antiquities of Scotland.
CELT - Corpus of Electronic Texts
An online, searchable database of Celtic texts, many of them in translation.
ORB - Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Many online, searchable texts from the cultures near the Picts in time and space.
Tarbat Discovery Center
Pictures of the Discovery Center, the finds from the archaeological dig, and information about the dig itself.
York Archaeology Department - Tarbat Discovery Programme
Actual archaeological reports from the dig at Tarbat. See my review of the book about the dig here.
Some great pictures of Pictish stones and sites.
More excellent photographs and information about extant Pictish Stones.
Images of the church at Nigg and the Class II cross.
Hilton of Cadboll reconstruction
A carving by the artist Barry Grove - one side based on the known half of the stone, the other an artist's interpretation.
Hilton of Cadboll stump
The recently recovered base of the Hilton of Cadboll stone.
These are homepages for Pictish societies and Pictish-interest websites.
Pictish Arts Society
The Pictish Arts Society is devoted to the study of the Picts and at one time had a rather nice journal. They have recently become active again after being essentially dormant for some time.
Picts on Wikipedia
The obligatory Wikipedia entry. Actually not too bad these days...
A look at the Picts in Orkney
The first Pictish site on the web, but lacking in depth and organization.
This is a collection of sites that provide information about traveling through what was once Pictavia and the immediately surrounding area.
A very nice museum in the Brechin Castle Centre. They have several Pictish stones on display in addition to a multitude of informational exhibits. They often host tours and special exhibits about Pictish topics. Certainly worth a stop on your travels!
The Pictish Trail
The Pictish Trail is a signposted driving tour through Ross and Cromarty, stopping at the major Pictish sites along the way. Caution! It overlaps significantly with the Whiskey Trail and detours are all too easy to make!
A guide to the stones and sites in Aberdeenshire
This is a collection of sites that provide information about traveling through non-Pictish areas
A wiki for people interested in traveling to places of historical interest (particularly medieval/renaissance sites) to post their reviews and tips
These are reenactment groups who also have an interest in
Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) -
Regia Anglorum -