Sacred Moots: Scone of Scotland and Tara Hill of Ireland

May 8, 2020 - General
Scone Palace Front side (Ingo Mehling/ CC BY-SA 4.0)

While the Medieval Norse world was judicially controlled by circular open-air assemblies called Things, at mounds called thingstead or thingstow, early Medieval Britain was peppered with moot, mote, and mute hills. 


Source: origins

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