Kate Buchanan is joined by Richard Millar to discuss Richard’s research on Scone Abbey and their cartularies that have survived.
The second part of Kate Buchanan’s discussion with Lucy Dean on material culture and ritual objects in coronation ceremonies in medieval Scotland.
On this episode of Scotichronicast, Kate Buchanan is joined by Lucy Dean to discuss Lucy’s research on material culture and ritual objects in coronation ceremonies in medieval Scotland.
Historic Environment Scotland has opened a new exhibition that re-tells the story of The Declaration of Arbroath, one of the most iconic documents in Scotland’s history.
This is the first of the Scotichronicast’s book club series. In this episode, Dr. Kate Buchanan and Dr. Marian Toledo talk about the first 5 books in Walter Bower’s Scotichronicon.
As part of new efforts to attract visitors, Historic Environment Scotland has launched Castlefest, which will combine live performance events at historic sites along with online and virtual elements.
Part two of Kate Buchanan’s conversation with Bryony Coombs. In this episode, they focus on medieval inventories and the history behind the Auld Alliance.
Talking about medieval artwork that connects France to Scotland. The first part of a conversation with Bryony Coombs.
Talking about medieval Scottish garment accessories with Lydia Prosser. How would medieval people dress and accessorize? Lydia Prosser is a PhD student at…
The National Library of Scotland was able to purchase a manuscript known as the Chronicle of Fortingall during an auction last month.
The long-awaited exhibition Galloway Hoard has begun, now open at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Discovered in 2014, the hoard is one of the richest collections of rare and unique Viking-age objects ever found in the British Isles.
In this episode, you will hear about how Aristotle influenced the Scottish code of chivalry, the legal position of women in medieval Scotland, and a discussion of what happened to the Picts.
The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens has announced the purchase of a copy of the first printed sea chart and navigational guide for Scotland.
Four videos to explain how the development of Scotland during the Middle Ages.
Kate Buchanan is joined by Emma Trivett to discuss Emma’s journey to studying medieval history and infertility and childlessness in medieval Scottish royal couples.
In this episode of Scotichronicast, Kate Buchanan is joined by Will Wyeth to discuss Will’s journey to studying early medieval Scottish castles.
One of its most significant pieces of the Galloway Hoard has been restored to its former glory.
Scotland’s historic sites get ready to lower their drawbridges once more following the Scottish Government’s route map to lift restrictions across mainland Scotland
In this episode of Scotichronicast we turn things around a bit, as Kate Buchanan is the guest, talking about her journey to graduate school, studying medieval Scottish history, and castles and their landscapes.
Dr. Rachel Meredith Davis joins the podcast to discuss her journey to studying medieval Scottish history, finishing a PhD during a pandemic, and female agency and power in Medieval Scotland.
Andy King talks about the views of the Scots within England during the early 14th century.
Sally Pentecost joins the podcast to discuss her journey to studying medieval Scottish history, how objects connect us to the past in a unique way, and how Dig It! Scotland helps make these connections possible.
Kate Buchanan is joined by Joanna Richardson to discuss Joanna’s journey to studying medieval Scottish history and her work on Edward Bruce and the Scottish Invasion of Ireland.
Kate Buchanan is joined by Adrián Maldonado to discuss Adrián’s journey to studying medieval Scottish history and his work on early Christian burial in Scotland and his current work with the Glenmorangie Research Project.
The eleventh-century would see the reigns of the two well-known Scottish kings – Macbeth and Malcolm III. Their story would be immortalized by Shakespeare, but what can we learn about their history? Marian Toledo joins Kate Buchanan to discuss Marian’s journey to studying medieval Scottish history and her work on Malcolm III”s right to rule Scotland.