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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Clan_MarClan Mar - Wikipedia

    Clan Mar is a Scottish clan of the Scottish Lowlands. It is also officially known as the Tribe of Mar. The chiefs of the Clan Mar were the original Earls of Mar, although this title later went via an heiress to the Douglases in the late fourteenth century, and then to the Stewarts before going to the Erskines.

  2. India 27 May 1526 Babur founds the Empire of Hind (usually referred to by historians as the Mughal Empire) 17 May 1540 the Mughal rulers are expelled and superseded by the Afghan Suri dynasty 23 Jul 1555 Empire of Hind under the Mughal rulers restored 29 Mar 1858 the last Mughal ruler is deposed 2 Aug 1858 U.K. Act of Parliament annexes the Empire, creating British India (effective 1 Nov 1858 ...

  3. For the nine-year old heir to the throne, the crisis of 1482 had shattered the calm of his youthful existence at Stirling. Following the death of Margaret of Denmark in July 1486, Prince James may have viewed the king's deliberate promotion of his second son - the 1486 and 1487 proposals to marry him to one of the younger daughter's of Edward IV of England, and the conferring on him of the ...

  4. He also had a large family to protect. In addition to his wife Elizabeth and daughter Marjory, there were his brothers, Edward, Alexander, Thomas and Nigel, his sisters, Christian, Isabel (Queen of Norway), Margaret, Matilda and Mary, and his nephews Domhnall II, Earl of Mar and Thomas Randolph.

  5. static1.squarespace.com › static › 5530fd09e4b007f8Dili ò iodalam

    Mar a bh’air a màthair. X2 Come over, Allan, to me, Allan, to me my Allan Come over, Allan, to me, He’d set (dance) the floor Finlay won’t go to Eigg, Though he’d never wed, Finlay won’t go to Eigg, To Eigg, Finlay won’t go. Handsome Donald on his way, Son of the Bailiff from Uist, Handsome Donald on his way, The long-legged Earl.

  6. Esmé Stewart, 1st Duke of Lennox, 1st Earl of Lennox, 6th Seigneur d'Aubigny, PC (c. 1542 – 26 May 1583) of the Château d'Aubigny at Aubigny-sur-Nère in the ancient province of Berry, France, was a Roman Catholic French nobleman of Scottish ancestry who on his move to Scotland at the age of 37 became a favourite of the 13-year-old King James VI of Scotland (and later I of England), of ...

  7. Dáithí Ó hÓgáin deduces that certain properties of the sword of light (such as screaming when touched in order to alert its owner) is likely borrowed from Arthurian material, because there is evidence that a version of Fios Fatha an Aonsceil ('the knowledge of the cause of the One Story') had been told about Gearóid Iarla (Earl Gerald FitzGerald) of the 14th century, whose family had ...