The event is the 30th anniversary of SWACS, the group behind the campaign to preserve the famous caves on the shoreline at East Wemyss.Many of you will know that the walls of these caves are inscribed with Pictish carvings, one of which shows a boat propelled by oars.The kings were named in the Pictish Chronicle, thought to be dated from King Kenneth II of Scotland, who ruled Scotland from 971 until 995.
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Not much is recorded about these early kings, other than that they held off attacks from both the Romans and Angles, living in their own separate community about the Firth of Forth.
READ MORE: Medieval seat found during archaeological dig in Fife The Angles were ruled by King Oswiu in 642, and were rapidly expanding north, taking the River Forth and heading up towards the River Tay.
This cultural separation was more dramatic in historic terms than today.
But the role these two different cultures play in Scottish history was considerable, and vital to our understanding of the nations history.