March / April 2020


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112
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08/02/2020
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We take a look at the world of Scottish Witchcraft, a Bronze Age unearthed in Orkney, plus Scotland's role in the 30 years' war (1618-48)

On Sale: 08/02/2020

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The March/April issue of History Scotland is packed full of the latest research news and articles you can’t read anywhere else, with in-depth reads from experts in the fields of Scottish history, heritage and archaeology.

Highlights include:

· A study of Pabay – Skye’s Jurassic island

· The start of a major two-part series on Scotland and the Thirty Years’ War

· Exploring the record of Patrick Sellar, successful farmer and notorious agent of the Sutherland Clearances

· Isobel Watson: fairies & witchcraft in 16th-century Scotland

Plus: Ten-minute guide to the ‘Wolf of Badenoch’, the life of James Johnstone – aide de camp to Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the best websites for tracing Scottish ancestors who emigrated to Canada.​

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