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A new installation by playwright, theatre-maker and poet Belle Jones is set to open at Perth Museum and Art ...

26/06/2019

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The organisers of the biggest ever historical table top war game have unveiled the gigantic map being used to ...

10/06/2019

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Take a look at the centuries of history covered in the latest issue of History Scotland with our editor's round-up ...

07/06/2019

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Aberdeen's earliest burgh records will now be opened to the world after researchers painstakingly transcribed more ...

05/06/2019

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A Lewis chessman bought in Edinburgh for £5 in the 1960s has today (2 July 2019) fetched £735,000 at auction, a ...

03/06/2019

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The newly restored exterior of the Abbey Strand buildings in the Canongate at the end of the Royal Mile in ...

30/05/2019

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Doune Castle in Stirlingshire is one of four UK locations chosen to be temporarily renamed to mark the final ...

23/05/2019

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An exclusive History Scotland video from 'Castle Hunter' David Weinczok uncovers the secrets of Edinburgh Castle. ...

23/05/2019

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The life of Inverness-born Seignelay Colbert of Castlehill will be explored in a conference to be held in ...

21/05/2019

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The 132-year-old William Wallace Statue has this week returned to take pride of place on the iconic National ...

17/05/2019

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The remarkable story of a record-breaking family of doctors who all trained at the University of Glasgow has been ...

14/05/2019

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A new touring exhibition will tell the story of the nation, uncovering some of the best-kept secrets in our towns ...

29/04/2019

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