The Declaration of Abroath: Insights from the Archives
Dated to 6 April 1320, the Declaration of Arbroath is widely seen as Scotland’s most iconic document. The letter was written by the barons and freeholders of the Kingdom of Scotland to Pope John XXII, asking the pope to recognise Scotland's independence and acknowledge Robert the Bruce as the country's lawful king.
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