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It is believed it became popular attire from the fifth century BC in northern Britain during the early Iron Age by Celtic Scots from Ireland and Romans spoke of the tribes wearing “bright striped clothing” as there was no word for chequered at that time.
The Falkirk Sett that was found at the Antonine Wall is now a historic artefact which is housed in the National Museum of Scotland and is a simple, two-coloured check from the undyed brown and white sheep, while native plants were used for colours from dyes.
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The name tartan itself has a few origins that cause much speculation.