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Detail from William Hole's mural of the Battle of Largs, in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Detail from William Hole's mural of the Battle of Largs, in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Haakon's ships depicted on William Hole's mural in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Haakon's ships depicted on William Hole's mural in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
This Neolithic chambered cairn near Largs is sometimes known as "Haco's Tomb". Local tombs, such as this, were once believed to have been erected as g
This Neolithic chambered cairn near Largs is sometimes known as "Haco's Tomb". Local tombs, such as this, were once believed to have been erected as grave markers for warriors slain during the battle.
The Pencil stands about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Largs, along a shoreline footpath.
The Pencil stands about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Largs, along a shoreline footpath.
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James VI, whose inheritance of the thrones of England and Ireland created a dynastic union in 1603
James VI, whose inheritance of the thrones of England and Ireland created a dynastic union in 1603
Coronation of Alexander III of Scotland at Scone Abbey; beside him are the Mormaers of Strathearn and Fife while his genealogy is recited by a royal p
Coronation of Alexander III of Scotland at Scone Abbey; beside him are the Mormaers of Strathearn and Fife while his genealogy is recited by a royal poet.
The Regiam Majestatem is the oldest surviving written digest of Scots law.
The Regiam Majestatem is the oldest surviving written digest of Scots law.
Institution of the Court of Session by James V in 1532, from the Great Window in Parliament House, Edinburgh
Institution of the Court of Session by James V in 1532, from the Great Window in Parliament House, Edinburgh