History Series / AHistoryOfScotland

14th May '16 11:26:34 AM nombretomado
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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * KnightFever
8th May '16 11:48:17 AM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: The [[HornyVikings Vikings]] had this going on.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: The [[HornyVikings Vikings]] had this going on.
24th Oct '15 6:39:22 PM eyebones
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* InItsHourOfNeed: William Wallace emerging as a leader of [[LaResistance the Scottish rebels]].
** Robert the Bruce when TakingUpTheMantle after Wallace.
4th Sep '15 2:15:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* FounderOfTheKingdom: Not really one particular person ([[PopularKnowledge in spite of what is commonly thought about Kenneth I]]) but Constantine II gets credit for being the first to be known as the King of Scotland.

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* FounderOfTheKingdom: Not really one particular person ([[PopularKnowledge ([[CommonKnowledge in spite of what is commonly thought about Kenneth I]]) but Constantine II gets credit for being the first to be known as the King of Scotland.
4th Sep '15 2:15:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* FounderOfTheKingdom: Not really one particular person ([[HistoryMarchesOn in spite of what is commonly thought about Kenneth I]]) but Constantine II gets credit for being the first to be known as the King of Scotland.

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* FounderOfTheKingdom: Not really one particular person ([[HistoryMarchesOn ([[PopularKnowledge in spite of what is commonly thought about Kenneth I]]) but Constantine II gets credit for being the first to be known as the King of Scotland.
4th Sep '15 2:04:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Discussed. Mistakes in popular perceptions of Scotland's history are often pointed out.
22nd May '15 11:24:58 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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** Henry V of England planned to use James I of Scotland, who had been an English captive since he was 12, like this to prevent the Scots fighting against him in the HundredYearsWar.

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** Henry V of England planned to use James I of Scotland, who had been an English captive since he was 12, like this to prevent the Scots fighting against him in the HundredYearsWar.UsefulNotes/TheHundredYearsWar.
8th May '15 12:08:09 PM VenomLancerHae
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* HundredYearsWar: The Scots served as TheCavalry for the French just after Agincourt.



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* TheRomanEmpire: A (mythical) battle between the invading Romans and the Caledonians forms the backdrop of the opening scenes in episode one. Their (probably unreliable) accounts also provide the only written record of ancient Scotland.

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* TheRomanEmpire: A (mythical) battle between the invading Romans and the Caledonians forms the backdrop of the opening scenes in episode one. Their (probably unreliable) accounts also provide the only written record of ancient Scotland.
RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething.
28th Apr '15 10:07:14 AM nombretomado
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--> As a partner in TheBritishEmpire, Scotland began the 20th century with an advanced economy and a world-beating heavy industry. But in the closing decades its sense of Britishness was in doubt and a Scottish Parliament sat in Edinburgh for the first time since 1707. Charting Scotland's darkest century, Neil Oliver discovers a country driven to self-determination through a series of economic crises so deep that her most striking export became her own disillusioned population.

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--> As a partner in TheBritishEmpire, UsefulNotes/TheBritishEmpire, Scotland began the 20th century with an advanced economy and a world-beating heavy industry. But in the closing decades its sense of Britishness was in doubt and a Scottish Parliament sat in Edinburgh for the first time since 1707. Charting Scotland's darkest century, Neil Oliver discovers a country driven to self-determination through a series of economic crises so deep that her most striking export became her own disillusioned population.
4th Feb '15 9:45:04 AM ryanasaurus0077
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** Thw Stuart and the [=MacDonald=] family, which came to shape Scotland's political and cultural destiny.

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** Thw The Stuart and the [=MacDonald=] family, which came to shape Scotland's political and cultural destiny.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The [=MacDonald=] family, the Lords of the Isles, who had kept peace in their territory for a century.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The A common feature among members of the [=MacDonald=] family, the Lords of the Isles, who had kept peace in their territory for a century.
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