Skara Brae – 3,200 BC

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The neolithic settlement of Skara Brae, 3,200 BC

By the time Skara Brae had been established the neolithic inhabitants of Scotland had adapted from being nomadic hunter-gatherers to form settled communities based on agriculture.

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