Part 2- Scotland History
Just to pick up where we left off. Heres part 2-
Robert Bruce was evicted from the country of Scotland by the high papal community for killing a man. Nobility from Scotland came together and they wrote a declaration together and many of his loyal subjects wanted him to retake the throne.
At the time you began to create one of the most exquisite churches ever conceived by humankind. It had incredible workmanship and the gravesite deep in the heart of the chapel. It has been part of many conspiracy theories and inspired thoughts about the liberal illuminati, pagan cults and the Knights Templar.
King James of Scotland was one of the last and most honorable of Scotland’s Kings to cease his life on the grassy fields at war with the Great Britain. The great battle of the Scottish led by King James and his troops commenced on the eve of a warm night in September in the night… So many soldiers lives are taken and so was their great rulers..
Bit Of History…
There are some incredible things that happened in the past with our beautiful beloved country of Scotland. Of course our very over-told story of William Wallace’s defiant battles against the English army. We all know about it from the famous Hollywood movie! It is actual tragic that the composer for the movie- James Horner– passed away the other day, in a horrible accident!
Nobody really knows the other the parts of Scotland’s history so I decided to add this post as kind of a precursor towards writing about Carnoustie, the golf course, and more local history.
There are so many stories of wars that were begun, intertwined and needed to govern a great country in terms of its provisions for the people. In essence, Scotland has had many events in its past that shaped what it is today.
The history of Scotland goes back to when the great empire of the Romans in their province, started reaching as far north and came right up to the edge of Scotland. In New Caledonia, the area that is generally called the North of Scotland, was led by pikes at the time. With many wars beginning, Scotland prevailed in a few, which forced a roman retreat, and parts of the claimed territory, returned back to the hands of the South. This in essence created the entire land we like to know as Scotland.
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