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Battle of Culloden
16 November, 2023 - 13:52
Bonnie Prince Charlie's Lost Gold: Treachery and Skullduggery in the Scottish Highlands
Although only one leather bag of gold coins has ever been recovered, no other treasure in Scottish history has inspired such controversy as the lost Jacobite Gold. The story begins in 1745 when...
about Bonnie Prince Charlie's Lost Gold: Treachery and Skullduggery in the Scottish Highlands
16 April, 2021 - 22:59
Lost Jacobite Gold and the 275th Anniversary of the ‘Skirmish of Tongue’
Today marks the 275th anniversary of The Battle of Culloden , which was fought three miles east of Inverness at Drumossie Moor, in northeast Scotland. This was the final Jacobite uprising where...
about Lost Jacobite Gold and the 275th Anniversary of the ‘Skirmish of Tongue’
12 January, 2021 - 22:57
Sarah P Young
9 Reasons for the Tragic Highlander Deaths in the Battle of Culloden
There have been countless significant battles throughout history. Some of them have become infamous – from the Battle of Passchendaele during WWI to the Battle of Hastings in 1066, but the majority...
about 9 Reasons for the Tragic Highlander Deaths in the Battle of Culloden
13 November, 2020 - 18:07
Closing in on the Jacobite Gold? Jacobite Stash Unearthed in Scotland
On the 16th April 1746, the Battle of Culloden was Charles Edward Stuart's final stand in his Jacobite uprising of 1745. Pitted against British government forces led by William Augustus, Duke of...
about Closing in on the Jacobite Gold? Jacobite Stash Unearthed in Scotland
29 April, 2020 - 19:27
Things: Old Viking Parliaments, Courts And Community Assemblies
Ancient governmental terminology such as monarchy, oligarchy and democracy have been used for more than 2,000 years and have Greek and Roman origin, but in Early Germanic societies, right up to the...
about Things: Old Viking Parliaments, Courts And Community Assemblies
27 April, 2020 - 20:49
History Repeats Itself On The Television Screen
Even if school’s history class was a bit of a drudge, historical movies and television series delivered the same old stories with much more passion and intrigue than tweed wearing professors...
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