Reformation

Timeline

1496    The Education Act makes education compulsory for barons and wealthy landowners.
1503    James IV marries Margaret Tudor.
1507    Introduction of the printing press
1513    The Battle of Flodden, death of James IV
1513    James V becomes King.
1542    Mary I becomes Queen.
1544    English sack Edinburgh
1547    The Battle of Pinkie
1548    Mary I Queen of Scot sent to France for her protection.
1561    Mary I returns to Scotland.
1563    Witchcraft made a civil crime.
1566    Birth of James VI
1567    James VI becomes King.
1587    Execution of Mary Queen of Scots.
1590    Witchcraft trial in north Berwick.

Find a group from this time period

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Black Boar swordsmanship-school Edinburgh Tuesdays at 8pm French Smallsword Thursdays at 8pm the art of Military Sabre Fitness Soul Gym,
Shields, Swords, Axes, Chests, Furniture, Jewellery and the finest Irish Linen. 08687 68981 https://www.facebook.com/Black-Raven-Crafts-496307810741702/ Website Coming Soon!
Blueaxe Reproductions specialise in reproductions of historical artefacts for museums and individuals, as well as public speaking, education, and consultancy
Britannia XIV is a medieval re-enactment group recreating the life, crafts and wars of the years 1296 to 1348. To
Handmade historical leatherwork for re-enactors of the Middle Ages, as well as Steampunk All work is bespoke and crafted from
Individual production of historical replicas. https://www.facebook.com/burkhardt.replikate/
Suppliers of Authentic Style Medieval Maille and other items, for Re-Enactors, Collectors, Museums and the Film and Theatre Industry info@capapie.co.uk
Carrick 800 has now been disbanded as a group, but we have left this page up as a tribute to
The Clanranald Trust, a recognised charity that is an educational organisation established in 1995. The members of the trust are