The Prehistory of the Shetland Islands
The Shetland is a Scottish archipelago that according to history came under Scottish rule from the Danes after a failed marriage that was to be held between the Princess of Denmark and the Prince of Scotland. It was common practice in prehistory of the era for people to build using stones and there are many stone relics right from the Neolithic age. There are still many archaeological remains that tell the story so clearly of thousands of years past. These relics have helped to confirm human existence during the Mesolithic and Neolithic eras and even the Bronze Age.