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The strange origin of Scotland's stone circles
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WE speak to five women who have met their husbands through social events organised by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers' Clubs. But its social events have sowed the seeds of countless successful marriages. AS chief executive of the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs, Penny Montgomerie has seen many couples get married after meeting at their events. She met her own husband, Jim, 29, at a Young Farmers conference and they got married less than three years later, in July I know lots of couples who have met through Young Farmers.
Archaeology and geology continue to reveal the secrets of prehistoric Scotland , uncovering a complex past before the Romans brought Scotland into the scope of recorded history. Successive human cultures tended to be spread across Europe or further afield, but focusing on this particular geographical area sheds light on the origin of the widespread remains and monuments in Scotland, and on the background to the history of Scotland. The extent of open countryside untouched by intensive farming, together with past availability of stone rather than timber, has given Scotland a wealth of accessible sites where the ancient past can be seen. Scotland is geologically alien to Europe, comprising a sliver of the ancient continent of Laurentia which later formed the bulk of North America.