Contains illustrations of over 400 tartans, making this book the most comprehensive directory of tartans, both ancient and modern, ever published
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Iain Zaczek is a writer with a background in art history. Born in Dundee and educated at Wadham College, Oxford, and the Courtauld Institute of Art, he has extensively researched and written about Celtic legend and culture. His work includes: The Book of Scottish Names (Cico Books); Chronicles of the Celts; The Book of Kells (Collins & Brown); Irish Legends (Contemporary Books); Celtic Art and Design (Studio Editions); and The Clans and Tartans of Scotland (Lorenz Books). Charles Phillips is an established writer of popular history and was a contributor to Cassell's Dictionary of Modern Britain and Ancient Civilizations; and illustrated histories published by Dorling Kindersley, Guinness and Marshall Editions. He has a keen interest in British history and the story of the Royal Family and was a key writer of Time Life's Myth and Mankind series, which blends mythology with the art and history of ancient cultures. Charles is a graduate of Oxford University and holds an MA from the University of Westminster, London.
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