With the postglacial uplift of Scotland, the topology and geography of the coastal regions have changed; it is in these terms that the history of Scotland, focusing on the early capital of the Scots from Ireland, is best understood.

Selected papers

Lathe, R. (2004) Arthur of Dalriada revisited. Heroic Age 7, Spring 2004

Lathe, R. and Smith, D. (2015) Holocene relative sea-level changes in Western Scotland: the early insular situation of Dun Add (Kintyre) and Dumbarton Rock (Strathclyde). Heroic Age 16, 1–12

Cox, R.A.V. and Lathe, R. (2017) The Question of the etymology of Dunadd, a fortress of the Dalriadic Scots. Journal of Scottish Name Studies 11, 21-36