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Alexander Stewart's Tomb in Dunkeld Cathedral

Alexander Stewart Earl of Buchan,(Alasdair Mór mac an Rígh), and called the Wolf of Badenoch – 20 June

Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick - Katherine Mortimer, Countess of Warwick - GGGrandparents

Dunkeld, Dunkeld Cathedral, Wolf of Badenoch's Tomb. View from above.

Dunkeld, Dunkeld Cathedral, Wolf Of Badenoch's Tomb

Unusual tomb effigies of Knights, c.1250, now in the on-site museum at Furness Abbey

Unusual tomb effigies of Knights, now in the on-site museum at Furness Abbey. Harrison et. Furness Abbey, London s.

Bodley 264 Alexander and Dindimus

1400 Bodley 264 - Alexander and Dindimus Bodleian Library 1

Alexander Stewart, the Wolf of Badenoch

King Robert II died at Dundonald Castle in Ayrshire on 19 April

The Stewart Sapphire, which had been owned by the Royal House of Scotland for centuries, was also given to George III. The original owner of the sapphire was reputed to have been King Alexander II of Scotland, who had it  set into his crown for his coronation in 1214.  Edward I of England took the sapphire along with the Stone of Scone in 1296, during his invasion of Scotland. His grandson, King Edward III,  later returned the jewel to his brother-in-law David II of Scotland.

The Stewart Sapphire, which had been owned by the Royal House of Scotland for centuries, was given to George III. The original owner of the sapphire was reputed to have been King Alexander II of Scotland, who had it set in the crown for his coronation in

Francois I de la Sarra 1363 tomb 1390

Medieval Armour of the thirteenth and fourteenth century and changes in armour during the century

West Tanfield, St Nicholas's Parish Church, Marmion Tomb

West Tanfield, St Nicholas's Parish Church, Marmion Tomb

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