Talk on Linlithgow’s History in Late Medieval Scotland
Come along on 26th September to St Peter’s Church as we welcome Dr Callum Watson who will give this talk on Linlithgow's significance in late medieval Scotland!
About Talk on Linlithgow’s History in Late Medieval Scotland
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On Thursday 26th September at 7pm in St Peter’s Church, Linlithgow we will welcome Dr Callum Watson.
Callum is based at the Battle of Bannockburn Centre and recently appeared on the Neil Oliver TV series ‘the Rise of the Clans’ He was also one of the historical advisers on the Robert the Bruce movie ‘The Outlaw King’, some of which was filmed here at the Peel. Callum has put together a talk especially for us, entitled ‘Putting Linlithgow in its place: Linlithgow as a Focus of Royal Activity in Late Medieval Scotland.'
Throughout the fourteenth- and fifteenth-centuries, Linlithgow was regularly the scene of pivotal moments in Scotland's history. This talk will examine some of these events and explore Linlithgow's significance in late medieval Scotland. We’re delighted to have Callum open the series and this evening.
Tickets are £5, available from the museum desk and include a cuppa and a biccy! See you there.
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