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Interactive Clan Battlefield Map of Scotland

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Explore seven centuries of clan battles in Scotland with the Lochcarron interactive clan battlefield map. Explore Lochcarron's Scotland clan map and discover the origins of your clan.

The clan battlefield map, created by Lochcarron of Scotland, documents all the major battles between clans from the 12th to 18th centuries and you can filter by your clan of choice. 

Map copyright Lochcarron of Scotland and reproduced here with their permission.

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