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When it comes to transport, it seems little changes

BACK in the mists of time, links between the West Coast of Scotland, its islands and Ireland were among the main transport routes for commerce in Europe.

Archaeological remains seem to point to trade throughout Europe and into Africa. That, more than any other reason, was why St Columba – or plain old Columba as he was known in AD563 – ended up on the island of Iona.

Adonoman, of course, the first great journalist of the West Coast people, then told his story and in it embellished the war, the killings, and the deaths.

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