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VIDEO: Scotland's Stewart Kings & Queens - special issue preview

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In this special video, Dr Lucinda Dean of the University of Stirling visits Stirling Palace to preview the special souvenir magazine on Scotland's Stewart Kings & Queens.

Find out more about the Stewarts in our souvenir magazine 'Scotland's Kings & Queens: The Stewarts' – available to pre-order now for a special low price.





Kings and Queens of Scotland: The Stewarts is a special standalone issue of History Scotland that presents the latest research and opinions on the lives and reigns of the Stewart monarchs.

Designed to be kept as a souvenir of this fascinating Royal House, the magazine takes the reader on a journey through some of Scotland’s most turbulent years, as a growing sense of nationhood developed.

Discover quirky and fascinating facts about the Stewart monarchs, and gain inspiration for days out and research trips through features which include:

·      Five things you never knew about the Stewarts
·      How James V made Stirling Castle into the perfect royal retreat
·      A new look at a historic Stewart portrait in the collections of the National Galleries of Scotland
·      Bizarre deaths of Stewart kings
·      Stewart travel guide including castles, palaces, abbeys, churches, museums and galleries

***GUARANTEE YOUR COPY TODAY AND SAVE £1 ON THE COVER PRICE***

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