Los inicios de la guerra: 1296-1328. Podemos dividir la primera guerra de independencia de Escocia (1296-1328) en cuatro fases sucesivas: una primera fase incluye una invasión inglesa que, por el momento, tiene éxito, en 1296; durante una segunda fase tienen lugar las campañas dirigidas por William Wallace, Andrew de Moray y otros Guardianes de Escocia, entre 1297 y febrero de 1304, cuando ...
Although Archibald Douglas, 8th Earl of Angus (1555–1588) was confirmed as 5th Earl of Morton in 1586, Lord Maxwell's title of Morton, which had been revoked in 1585, was revived in 1587 and 1592. As a result, two families were in possession of the Earldom, and a conflict arose.
Jacobo Carlos Estuardo  (en inglés James VI of Scotland and I of England; Edimburgo, 19 de junio de 1566-Theobalds House, 27 de marzo de 1625) fue rey de Escocia como Jacobo VI desde el 24 de julio de 1567 y rey de Inglaterra e Irlanda como Jacobo I desde el 24 de marzo de 1603 hasta su muerte.
Despite the efforts of his father Frederick and his tutor Peter Engelbrecht (whom Maximilian held in contempt all his life because of his violent teaching methods which, according to Cuspinianus, only made Maximilian hate science), Maximilian became an indifferent, at times belligent student, who much preferred physical activities than learning (he would later rediscover the love of science ...
John of Islay (or John MacDonald) (1434–1503), Earl of Ross, fourth (and last) Lord of the Isles, and Mac Domhnaill (chief of Clan Donald), was a pivotal figure in late medieval Scotland: specifically in the struggle for power with James Stewart, James III of Scotland, in the remoter formerly Norse-dominated regions of the kingdom.
James Stuart, 1st Earl of Moray (c. 1531 – 23 January 1570), a member of the House of Stuart as the illegitimate son of King James V, was the regent of Scotland for his half-nephew, the infant King James VI, from 1567 until his assassination in 1570.