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Newsletter Exclusive: Clan Battlefield Map

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Interactive clan battlefield map- exclusive to our newsletter!

Exciting news for History Scotland newsletter recipients! Get this interactive clan battlefield map straight to your inbox on the 19th January.

Explore eight centuries of clan battles in Scotland with this interactive map from Lochcarron of Scotland

Simply filter by your clan of choice to explore major clan battles from the 11th to 18th centuries.

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Explore Lochcarron's Scottish clan map

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