The kingdom of Scotland has had a turbulent history, at points the
site of a tribal contest and of a far-reaching political
controversy. This guide traces the history of the Scottish crown
from Kenneth MacAlpin in 843 AD to Jame VI in 1603 when the crown
became one with England. This informative guide is filled with
family trees and colour photographs of fascinating portraits and
artefacts from Scotland's history. It provides an accessible and
informative introduction to the story of the country's monarchy and
the complex and dangerous competition that surrounded the crown.
This well-researched guide covers each Scottish house and ruler in
separate comprehensively detailed sections, all the way until
George III was acknowledged as the Stuart successor in 1807. Look
out for more Pitkin Guides on the very best of British history,
heritage and travel, including others in a series of historical
titles about Scotland.
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