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Enjoy our growing archive of the latest news stories on Scottish history, archaeology and heritage, and in-depth, expert articles from curators, historians and authors…

Trace your Edinburgh ancestors for free with these family history resources giving you access to hundreds of years ...

05/04/2019

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King Robert III of Scotland died on 4 April 1406 at Rothesay.

04/04/2019

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A new exhibition at the Nelson Monument in Edinburgh is now open, part of a series of events celebrating the life ...

04/04/2019

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Film actor Andrew Keir was born on 3 April 1926 in Shotts. ...

03/04/2019

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The College of New Aberdeen, which became known as Marischal College, was founded on 2 April 1593.

02/04/2019

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On 1 April 1820, the proclamation which sparked the Radical War in Glasgow was issued.

01/04/2019

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Kimberly Roblin of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma recounts the exciting tale of Francis ...

01/04/2019

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In part 5 of our series on Princess Louise, the daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Ann Galliard ...

01/04/2019

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The results of the largest excavation of a medieval graveyard undertaken in Edinburgh are now on show at a ...

01/04/2019

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General Patrick Gordon, an Aberdeenshire man who became a close advisor to Tsar Peter of Russia, was born on 31 ...

31/03/2019

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The forces of King Edward I of England sacked the town of Berwick Upon Tweed on 30 March, 1296.

30/03/2019

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Ewan MacLachlan, Gaelic scholar and poet died on 29 March 1822.

29/03/2019

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