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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…

Scottish poet James Hogg, the 'Ettrick Shepherd', died on 21 November 1835. ...

21/11/2018

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The cast and crew of the upcoming movie Mary Queen of Scots gathered in LA for the movie’s world premiere at the ...

21/11/2018

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James Bruce, the 8th Lord Elgin, died on 20 November 1863.

20/11/2018

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How did the Saltire become Scotland's national flag? When was the flag first used? Find out with this special ...

19/11/2018

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In our latest guest blog to mark the release of the movie Mary Queen of Scots, Moniek Bloks, editor of History of ...

19/11/2018

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The scale of demobilisation, struggle for better living & working conditions and the changing political landscape ...

19/11/2018

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Fife artist Sir David Wilkie was born on 18 November 1785.

18/11/2018

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John Balliol's claim to the Scottish throne was officially recognised by England's King Edward I on 17 November ...

17/11/2018

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Outlaw James Macpherson was hanged at Banff on 16 November 1700 for cattle and sheep stealing.

16/11/2018

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Exhibitions exploring romantic visions of Scotland, robots and conscientious objectors are among the highlights of ...

16/11/2018

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A history of one of the Great Railway Journeys of the World – the Jacobite line between Mallaig and Fort William. ...

16/11/2018

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A fourteen-foot-high sculptural siege engine forms the centrepiece of Fight for the Castle, a new exhibition at ...

15/11/2018

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