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Header Slides

Today's header slides are of the unusually complete Aikey Brae Stone Circle on Parkhouse Hill in Aberdeenshire; and a view of the three ferries that connect Kirkwall in Orkney to many of the the northern islands.

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In Focus

Muthill Three miles south of Crieff the dead straight A822 makes a sharp zig-zag through a village built mostly from a reddish stone. Welcome to Muthill, pronounced "Mew-thil". The village was founded by Culdee monks who had established a community here in the 1100s. The oldest building in Muthill, by far, is the tower of the Old Church. This probably dates back to the 1170 and would originally have been a free standing tower designed for protection. ( More ...)


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On This Day

23 September 704: The death of Adomnán of Iona, also known as Saint Adomnán. He was Abbot of Iona, the author of the Life of Columba and the promoter of the hugely influential Law of Adomnán.

23 September 1779: The Battle of Flamborough Head takes place off Yorkshire between ships of the American Continental Navy commanded by John Paul Jones and Royal Navy ships protecting a merchant convoy.

24 September 1332: Edward Balliol is crowned King of Scots at Scone. This leaves Scotland with two kings: Edward Balliol and David II.

Featured Book

Book Cover The Romans in Scotland and The Battle of Mons Graupius by Simon Forder (15 August 2019). In AD 77, Roman forces under Agricola marched into the northern reaches of Britain to pacify the Caledonians. For seven years, the Romans battled across what is now Scotland. In AD 83, they fought the final battle at Mons Graupius where 10,000 Caledonians were slaughtered with only 360 Roman dead. How much of this is true? Author Simon Forder considers contemporary sources and triangulates these with the very latest archaeological finds to suggest a new narrative, including a new location for the battle itself.
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Scottish Resources

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