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1. Scotland retreat of the Welsh King 2. United tribes to Jacobite rebellion
3. Scotland Kings and Queens

Introduced by penguin General Tartan Toon Knowledge :-)

 Scotland and Scottish history cartoon buddy.


Hello Buddy... An Och Ye Noo (Or You Know) it is about Scotland for you... Well to start with for me the best toon (tune) in the world, is any toon that is played on the highland bagpipes. When a toon is rolling across a misty Glen and over the waters of a rippling Loch, it fair sends the shivers up a Penguin Persons neck feathers.

So what exactly is in Scotland?... In short, as short as a wee Penguin in fact, many interesting things that are far too grand for this also very wee page, here are just some items.

The Capital City is Edinburgh, which holds many festivals, including the new year

celebrations (Hogmanay) and the largest city in Scotland is Glasgow.

There are many Islands off the jagged coastline, Orkney and Shetland being the largest. Enormous loch's (lakes) like Loch Lomond form large areas of beauty that are filled with mystery, especially Loch Ness which some humans say is inhabited by a monster. Nonsense. Nessie's a very pleasant sea serpent who is quite shy and does not like to have her photo taken. Keep an eye on the web cam sometime, see if you can spot her in the Loch.

Anyway as well as the great Lochs major rivers dissect Scotland such as the Tay, Clyde, Dee and Forth. There are still, even today, areas where humans are still scarce, such as the Highlands, hilly moor land and Southern Uplands at the English border. The Central Lowlands are where most human people live today.

Ben Nevis is Scotland’s highest mountain and far too high to climb for a Penguin Person without the use of his flying skateboard, although human folk seem to like to climbing it regularly. Here are my notes, I hope you find them interesting.


My history notes


Of all the Ancient British Tribes that had occupied the Island of Britain before the Roman Invasion, only the Picts tribe of the northern part of the country had remained free by the time the Roman Army had left the Island.

The tribes that lay within the Roman defensive boundary lines of their Empire, (the furthermost built into what is known as present day Scotland being called the Antonine Wall and the lower defensive works called Hadrian’s wall) became known as the Welsh (or one who has lived under Roman Rule) after the Romans had abandoned Britannica.


Once the Roman Legions left the Celtic tribes of Ireland sought to inhabit, then occupy and control the Island of Britain but found that the Roman influenced Welsh tribes (who wished to re-effect their own rule) sought to prevent them from doing so and a clash of tribal arms, between previously peaceful (to each other) Celtic cousins became eventually inevitable.

The Irish 'Scots' tribe, gave their own name to the North of the country, joining forces with the Picts tribe, who were still very suspicious of the Welsh tribes which had been under Roman rule. Gaelic became the dominant language in the new Scotland and the Irish Scots expanded their land as the culture flourished.


The Welsh leader of Pict decent, Cunedda, retreated from his base near present day Stirling in Scotland (400 BC) to re-establish, defensive positions in the present day Welsh hills (as had the original Britons retired there, after suffering defeat at the hands of the Roman legions on the flat plains of present day England).

The Gaelic Scots advance, inhabitation and domination of the entire island, was stopped by this leader.


With the following invasion by the Anglo Saxon culture and tribes (present day English) the Scots and Welsh were geographically split, by many newly formed Kingdoms and tribal areas, although, both Scots and Welsh Cultures, remained free until the eventual Norman Invasion of 1066 and subsequent expansion and dominance of the island. [ More]

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