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Sir Evan Macgregor Murray at Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland. McGregors are cousins to the Bells.

Sir Evan Macgregor Murray at Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland. His outfit closely resembles those worn by chiefs in 1822 for the Royal Visit in Edinburgh

Highland Jacobite army costumes.

The traditional image of Jacobite Highlanders Dear Reader, During the midst of the Kabinettskriege period, Great Britain's ruling f.

Scottish Sword Dance in Fife.                            ••••(KO) Scotland! Home of hunky men!

Tour Scotland photograph shot today of the Sword Dance at Thornton Highland Gathering, Fife , Scotland. Scottish sword dances are ritualist.

If you have Scottish and/or Irish ancestry AND red hair, you probably also have VIKING ancestry, according to a new study. The director for Nordic Studies at the University of the Highlands and Islands says red hair is modern evidence of the influence of the ancient Vikings in Celtic lands.

People with Scottish and/or Irish ancestry and red hair, probably have Viking ancestry, according to a study by the department of Nordic Studies at the University of the Highlands and Islands

Archibald McKinnon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Archibald McKinnon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+  Blacksmith in Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire, Scotland

Old photograph image of a Blacksmith in Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire, Scotland. wearing a tartan plaid kilt.

Antique portrait of historical figure, Robert Roy MacGregor (1671-1734).  Usually known simply as Rob Roy or alternately Red MacGregor, was a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century, who is sometimes known as the Scottish Robin Hood.  Of course, there is so much more to his story.....

Antique portrait of historical figure, Robert Roy MacGregor Usually known simply as Rob Roy or alternately Red MacGregor, was a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early century, who is sometimes known as the Scottish Robin Hood.

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+  Bridegroom and Groomsman in full Highland dress.  South Church in Bearsden, Glascow.  28 November 1938

TARTAN PLAID: Vintage 1938 Photograph of Bridegroom and Groomsman in full Highland dress. South Church in Bearsden, Glascow.

FolkCostume: Scottish Highland Attire

Scottish Man - High in the misty Highlands Out by the purple islands, Brave are the hearts that beat Beneath Scottish skies. Wild are the winds to meet you, Staunch are the friends that greet you, Kind as the love that shines from fair maidens’ eyes.

A clan badge, sometimes called a plant badge, is a badge or emblem, usually a sprig of a specific plant, that is used to identify a member of a particular Scottish clan.[1] They are usually worn in a bonnet[2] behind the Scottish crest badge,[3] or attached at the shoulder of a lady's tartan sash. According to popular lore clan badges were used by Scottish clans as a means of identification in battle.

Clan badge - A Victorian era, romantic depiction of a Highlander, clothed in a belted plaid, by R. The Highlander depicted is a MacLennan, who is wearing a sprig of furze as his clan badge.

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Bagpiper Kingussie Scotland

Old photograph of a bagpiper outside a cottage in Kingussie , Scotland . All photographs are copyright of Sandy Stevenson, Tour Scotland.

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