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Jenny Eeles Sep 19
Looking for more followers of random tidbits. All followers get followed back. In fact, pretty much anyone who likes a post gets followed, so head here too 😉😆
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Kara 40m
Do you think actually intended to have executed? What was the precedent that this execution set? Thanks Livia !
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Scotland’s History 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 12h
1745 the Jacobites were victorious in the first major engagement of the '45 rising. The British army's inexperienced troops broke in the face of the Highland Charge. The Battle of Prestonpans was over in less than half an hour. Here it is in LEGO
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#DepositReturn ♻️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 13
This is a stencil used in the 60’s 70’s to mark the Deposit of 10 shillings ( equivalent to half a pound) on the bottle crates in the bottling factory now added to our Deposit Return Scheme collection 👍🏼
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Kara 4h
How did Mary, Queen of Scots' childhood and upbringing in France affect her reign?
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Time Travel Talks 4h
For a good on - Listen to Mary Queen of Scots, Part I from on Dear World, Love History via :
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Stephen Sherry 11h
This morning's reading. This is the stuff that for some reason you dont get taught at School...
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Kara 4h
Found this incredibly interesting article entitled 43 Sordid Facts about Margaret Tudor, Henry VIII's sister! cc:
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Scotland’s History 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 20
1319 Battle of Myton, Yorkshire. Sir James Douglas led a battle hardened Scottish force to victory over an English "army" largely made up of poorly prepared men of the clergy. Edward II had to break off his siege of Berwick as a result
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Rosanda Sep 15
with told by you two, it will be really great💙💙💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Scotland’s History 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 17
Just listened to the first two episodes of the podcast on sources relating to the reign of Robert the Bruce. Very interesting and I would highly recommend! Here’s the link:
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WG Saraband 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇵🇹🏳️‍🌈 Sep 17
On this day, 1745: Edinburgh was occupied by the Jacobite forces fighting for Bonnie Prince Charlie. The occupation only lasted until the 1st of November, and was recorded in great detail by John Campbell, Cashier (chief officer) at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
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Susan Sep 18
It's amazing the degree to which the 1700s &1800s particularly seem to be overlooked & ignored in Scotland's collective historical memory - almost as though that brain space is needed for all those medieval battles & hanging, drawing & quarterings
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Miss Marquardt Sep 18
Some super cool & obviously highly accurate designs and models for castles 🙌🏻🏰 Some S1s seriously impressing me and making me wanna move in
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Kara 21h
Scotland and England provided very different backdrops for their rulers. How do you think this affected the sovereign? Thanks !
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Jenn Scott Sep 12
Am on site getting ready for the battle of Dunbar this weekend. There are already flags flying and tents up
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Christopher Kelly 54m
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Kara 18h
The House of Stewart/Stuart lasted nearly 600 years and ruled for over 300; why do you think we do not hear more about them? Thanks Jessica
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AskHistorians Sep 20
Gather round as /u/TheHuscarl tells a story of two fierce Scottish clans battling it out to control the fate of the Isle of Skye in the Hebrides islands.
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Clan MacFarlane Sep 20
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