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A replica of The Stone of Scone, also known as The Stone of Destiny, at Moot Hill, Scone Palace, in the village of Scone, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. | Having been returned to Scotland by England, the original Stone of Destiny is now at Edinburgh Castle.
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The Stone of Scone, or also known as The Stone of Destiny. The 2008 film, The…

Replica at Scone Palace

A replica of The Stone of Scone, also known as The Stone of Destiny, at Moot Hill, Scone Palace, in the village of Scone, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. | Having been returned to Scotland by England, the original Stone of Destiny is now at Edinburgh Castle.

A replica of The Stone of Scone, also known as The Stone of Destiny, at Moot Hill, Scone Palace, in the village of Scone, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. | Having been returned to Scotland by England, the original Stone of Destiny is now at Edinburgh Castle.

The theft of the Stone of Scone

The stone of Scone stolen from the Scots by Edward In 1950 four scottish students tried to steal it back for Scotland

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Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.
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From the real witches who inspired Shakespeare to evil goblins, Scotlands myths and legends span over a thousand years.

Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.

Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.
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the stone of destiny, scone palace, perthshire
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The Stone of Scone! Alternatively known as the Stone of Destiny, it was once used for the coronation of monarchs in England and Scotland and was last used in Elizabeth II's coronation in

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Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.
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Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.

Scottish Myths & Legends Part 1 - The Evil & The Brave.
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Legend says that the Stone of Destiny was used as a pillow by Jacob in biblical times. It was believed to have been brought to Scotland in the 9th century. (Other experts suggest it was quarried in the Oban area)
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Stone of Destiny - The Stone of Destiny has played a central role in the coronation of Scottish kings. also commonly known as the Stone of Scone - the Stone was used at Iona, Dunadd, Dunstaffnage and Scone

Scone hurriedly removed the Stone of Destiny and hid it, replacing it with another stone of similar size and shape.

The Celtic name of the stone upon which the true kings of Scotland have traditionally been crowned is Lia Fail, "the speaking stone", or the stone which would proclaim the chosen king.

Legend says that the Stone of Destiny was used as a pillow by Jacob in biblical times. It was believed to have been brought to Scotland in the 9th century. (Other experts suggest it was quarried in the Oban area)

Legend says that the Stone of Destiny was used as a pillow by Jacob in biblical times. It was believed to have been brought to Scotland in the 9th century. (Other experts suggest it was quarried in the Oban area)
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I never realized how very young he was! The monument to Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn.
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HISTORIANS from the Robert the Bruce Heritage Centre dispel some of the myths surrounding the great Scottish king.

I never realized how very young he was! The monument to Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn.

I never realized how very young he was! The monument to Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn.
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The grave of a woman who confessed to witchcraft and sex with the devil in 1709 has been uncovered in Scotland http://www.cultofweird.com/death/torryburn-witch-grave-scotland/
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Grave of the Torryburn Witch Uncovered in Scotland

The grave of the Torryburn witch, who confessed to sex with the devil in has been uncovered on the shore of Scotland's Fife Coast.

The grave of a woman who confessed to witchcraft and sex with the devil in 1709 has been uncovered in Scotland http://www.cultofweird.com/death/torryburn-witch-grave-scotland/

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Victoria's favourite dog,'Noble', Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK.

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The legendary Stone of Scone also known as the Stone of Destiny is wrapped in both myth and lore and has a rich history with Scone Palace.

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