The Battle of Largs: Norway’s Death Throes in Scotland

The Battle of Largs, which took place on 2nd October 1263, was by and large an inconclusive engagement between the kingdoms of Scotland and Norway. 

Although the battle itself proved rather indecisive, the repercussions of this engagement were immense; heralding a downturn in Norse influence in Scotland, the death of a king and the consolidation of Scottish influence in the north of Britain.  … More The Battle of Largs: Norway’s Death Throes in Scotland

Black Agnes: One of Scotland’s Most Fearless Female Figures

British history has featured some exceptional, innovative and fearless women. From Boudica to Elizabeth I, Ada Lovelace to the Suffragettes, the list goes on.

One of the most fascinating and relatively unknown characters from Scottish history is Agnes Randolph, Countess of Dunbar.  … More Black Agnes: One of Scotland’s Most Fearless Female Figures