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Myths and Legends
Castlehill, Aberdeen
The site of Aberdeen Castle, captured by De Moray
Andrew De Moray: The Unknown Braveheart

Andrew de Moray, the little-known Scottish freedom fighter, military strategist and knight, has had a rough deal from the keepers of history. While William Wallace, his partner in trying to expel the English from their occupation north of the border, has been immortalised in print, monument and celluloid – the man credited with masterminding Wallace’s greatest triumph appears to have been airbrushed from record. More...

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