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Scottish History


Scottish History ranges over 14,000 years. The Scots have an exceptionally bloody history and have had a love / hate relationship with England throughout its history.

Ancient artifacts from 14,000 years ago have shown that the inhabitants of Scotland appeared after the last ice age, however very little data and relics have been left behind from this period.


We have split the history into a few periods:


Or check our Timeline of Scotland's History


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From A Midge in Your Hand is Worth Two Up Your Kilt by Stuart McLean


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Proverb - Translation


When ye christen the bairn ye should ken what to caa't.

              Never arrange the christening until the paternity suit is settled.


Lang may yer lum reek.

              May your energy efficient Baxi Boiler continue to operate without the pilot light extinguishing unexpectedly.


A bairn maun creep afore it gangs.

             A youngster must achieve its first ASBO before it can be considered worthy of membership to a gang.

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