THE STEWART SOCIETY http://www.stewartsociety.org/index.html
dedicated to the people, places and historical events of the
Stewart dynasty. There’s a guide to Stewart heraldry and lots
of detail on important figures. Also, there's informative
guide to their jewels and precious object, and suggestions
for places to visit . If you’re particularly interested in
the society you can also keep up to date with its news and
events, and find out how to join.
THE BRITISH MONARCHY http://www.royal.gov.uk
royal family website offers in-depth historical information
on the Scottish Crown, from the early Scottish monarchs to
the Jacobite claimants. Each story is accompanied by stunning
portraits from the Royal Collection and you can trace the
whole royal family tree through to the present day. In addition,
there’s a feature on Holyrood Palace and you can follow the
palace’s history from its first residents through to its role
Church Documents has the original text for many important
ecclesiastical documents throughout history. This sample is
The History of the Reformation of Religion as written by John
Knox. Chapter 1 of book 4, 1561-1564 , covering Mary, Queen
of Scots' meeting with Knox at Holyrood on 26th August 1561.
ELECTRONIC TEXT CENTER http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/mideng.browse.html
From the University of Virginia Library, this is a great resource
for finding old texts online and for free. Two of Scotland's
greatest Makars, William Dunbar and Robert Henryson, are well
represented here for those who wish to pursue late medieval
and Renaissance poetry from Scotland.
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