Historian: Theodore E. Blake II recommended web sites.
Introduction to a selection of historical events, together with suggestions for further reading.
In most societies a calendar reform is an extraordinary event. Adoption of a calendar depends on the forcefulness with which it is introduced and on the willingness of society to accept it.
Historical Chronology of the Early Kingdoms of Scotland
This section contains hundreds of churches listed by denomination, plus news and background information about the many strands of the Church in Scotland.
Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St Alban (1561-1626) was the President of the Fraternity of the Rose Cross and the founder and first Grand Master of modern English Freemasonry.
Every month we will feature articles relating to the history of Scotland - famous people, famous battles, famous places etc.
These pages contain links and information on all (or most) things Scottish - everything from history to politics and back again.
Caerlaverock is one of the most attractive and interesting castles in Scotland.
The first Christian settlement in Scotland.
The Quitclaim of Canterbury is a treaty agreed between Richard I of England and William the Lion of Scotland and signed on the 5th December 1189.
Information on the Castle and how to visit.