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 Calatria No. 33, Autumn 2016


With the restoration work by the Town Heritage Initiative well under way, we decided to try and trace the evolution of Falkirk from the earliest times and hopefully provide a picture of our town and district as it emerged in the Dark Ages and expanded through medieval times to the industrial and Victorian eras. This edition of Calatria begins to tell this story and, in the Spring of 2017, we will hopefully complete the saga.

Geoff B Bailey                   The Early Archaeology of Falkirk

John Reid                          The Dark Ages

John Reid                          The Feudal Period

Geoff B Bailey                    Falkirk's Town Wall

 
 
   
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