Education Act 1496
The Education Act 1496 was an act of the Parliament of Scotland (1496 c. 87) that required landowners to send their eldest sons to school to study Latin, arts and law. This made schooling compulsory f...
John of Ireland
John Ireland or Irland (c.1440–1495) was a Scottish theologian and diplomat.
A native of Scotland (Jean de Launoy, however, states that he was Irish), Ireland was first at St Andrews University bu...
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Raid on Ross
The Raid on Ross was a conflict that took place in 1491 in the Scottish Highlands. It was fought between the Clan Mackenzie and several other clans, including the Clan MacDonald of Lochalsh, Clan Mac...
The Buik of Alexander
The Buik of Alexander is a short title for the two known Scots versions of the Alexander romance stories — a genre which was common in Medieval European literature, particularly France from the 12th c...
University of Aberdeen School of Medicine
Aberdeen University Medical School is the medical school in the College of Life Sciences and Medicine at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.Medicine has been taught at the university since the fou...
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Perkin Warbeck
Perkin Warbeck (c. 1474 – 23 November 1499) was a pretender to the English throne.By claiming to be Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York, the younger son of King Edward IV, one of the "Princes in the T...
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Pedro de Ayala
Don Pedro de Ayala (died 31 January 1513) was a 16th-century Spanish diplomat employed by Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile at the courts of James IV of Scotland and Henry VII of Englan...
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Battle of Drumchatt
The Battle of Drumchatt was a Scottish clan battle that took place in 1497. The Clan Mackenzie and possibly the Clan Munro defeated the Clan MacDonald of Lochalsh at Drumchatt (Druimchat) or "the Cat'...
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John Knox House
John Knox House, popularly known as "John Knox's House", is an historic house in Edinburgh, Scotland, reputed to have been owned and lived in by Protestant reformer John Knox during the 16th century. ...
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Second Cornish Uprising of 1497
The Second Cornish Uprising is the name given to the Cornish uprising of September 1497 when the pretender to the throne Perkin Warbeck landed at Whitesand Bay, near Land's End, on 7 September with ju...
Dunvegan Cup
The Dunvegan Cup is a wooden ceremonial cup, decorated with silver plates, which dates to 1493. It was created at the request of Caitríona, wife of John Maguire, lord of Fermanagh. The cup is an heirl...
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