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History of Scotland - More from OpenLearn

Updated Tuesday 4th November 2008

From the Scottish origins of the civil war to the perfect fossilised skull of a mysterious creature, discover more about Scotland on OpenLearn.

From fossils and civil war, to Scotland's industrial past, there's lots more to explore on Open2.

 

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