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What were some beliefs held about witchcraft and magic in 11th century Scotland?

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Did it have to do with religion…or was the religion conflict between Northern and Southern Ireland? Did the conflict between England and Ireland have to do with loyalty to England?
Also are there any good websites where I can read about this?
Thanks so much!

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GAELIC LITANY TO OUR LADY PRAYER Origin: Middle of eight century

an he did at the end of the 20th century?Is this a sign of things to come,or a sign of things that have already happened,or is it a political appeal,and if so,who is it aimed at?

Hollywood and Scottish Nationalist romanticism aside, what evidence is there that distinctive clan tartans existed prior to the popularization of the Highlands by British Royals in the 19th century?

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Folk Lore – Superstitious Beliefs in the West of Scotland within This Century

I need these questions answered and I can’t find the answers online. Please help! Only those who KNOW answer please.

What types of burial were common in the Highlands?
What kind of fighting took place between clans?
What was the Highlanders relationship with those who lived in the lowlands?

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