The Scotland's History online debates are now closed.
We would like to thank everyone who contributed over the two years that they ran and made the debates lively, informative and engaging.
Debate: Scotland and Ireland escaped Roman occupation - a fate not shared by England and Wales. Could this historical difference account for the differing characteristics of the nations?
The Caledonian tribes fight the Roman invaders at Mons Graupius.
From A History of Scotland: The Last of the Free.
Fiona Watson explores the northern boundary of Roman influence.
From In Search of Scotland.
The Scotland's History debates ran from October 2008 to March 2011. They were run in conjunction with the TV series A History of Scotland.
By the time of closing the debates had received well over six thousand comments from members of the public.
We would like to thank everyone who contributed and made the debates so lively, informative and engaging.
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