Gaelic in the Landscape - Place-names of Eriskay - A’ Ghàidhlig air Aghaidh na Tìre - Ainmean-àite Èirisgeigh

When, in the ninth century, the Vikings started to expand across the North Sea from Norway to the north-west seaboard of Scotland, they eventually settled in the Western Isles; Eriskay was no exception.  This booklet is the result of a research project dealing with some of the lesser-known place-names of Eriskay.

Pages: 95
Published: 2019

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