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Caledonia

CALEDONIA ORIGIN
The Northern Region Of Great Britain Comprising Present-Day Scotland Was Known By The Romans As
Caledonia, After A Local Celtic Tribe, The Caledones. People Of Celtic Origin, Began Migrating Into
Northern England From Mainland Europe In Approximately 7,000 BC And Continued Well Into The
Time Of Caesar, In The Late First Century BC. Caledones Were Farmers, Cultivating Wheat, Oats And
Barley, And Keeping Pigs, Herds Of Cattle, And Flocks Of Sheep And Goats. They Depended On Their
Livestock For Food Much More Than They Did Their Crops. They Were Highly Skilled In Working Iron.
Armor And Weaponry Took An Evolutional Leap Forward Due To Their Iron Working Abilities. The Celts Were The First Race To Use The
Long Sword And Small Shield (A Type Of Buckler Shield) In Europe.

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