A stone discovered by chance on the Isle of Canna is Scotland's first known example of a bullaun "cursing stone", experts have revealed. Dating from about 800 AD, the stones are associated with early Christian crosses - of which there is one on the isle.
The Book of Deer – illuminated manuscript from Scotland
Book of Deer - one of Scotland's most important manuscripts and earliest surviving form of written Gaelic. Pre 1100 was in the possession of Pictish monastery in Old Deer, Aberdeenshire and has ended up in Cambridge University Library!
The Scottish Register of Tartans is a national repository of tartan designs. It is an on-line website database facility maintained by the National Records of Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government. Anyone can register new tartan designs.