The Declaration of Arbroath, or Scottish Declaration of Independence
 

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THE Declaration
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A Limited Edition Fine Art Giglée Print

Fine art prints in edition sizes of 320 and 100 copies. Signed and numbered by the designer - 100% cotton - Acid free textured fine art paper - Heavy weight at 255gms - Lightfast UltraChrome pigmented inks. The prints come with a certificate of authenticity, complete with rationale behind the tartan printed on a seperate A4 parchment.

Declaration Tartan
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The Declaration
Full registered name: The Declaration Of Scottish Independence
To be ratified on 30 November 2014 (St. Andrew's Day)

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THE Declaration of Arbroath 1320
Also known as the Scottish Declaration of Independence
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Welcome! This website highlights the famous Declaration of Arbroath - recognised by millions of Scots at home and abroad - as the most treasured document in Scottish history.

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The Declaration of Arbroath 1320
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The Declaration of Arbroath, known also as the Scottish Declaration of Independence, is the best known and most treasured document in Scottish history. It is a letter from the earls and barons of Scotland to the Pope during the War of Independence, expressing the country's independent national identity and asking him to urge the English King to cease his aggression towards Scotland.
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The Declaration of Arbroath was drafted on the 6th April 1320, a day the United States of America has declared to be Tartan Day, and like the American Declaration of Independence is seen by many as the founding document of the Scottish nation.

'It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom - for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.'


Extract from the Declaration of Arbroath, 1320.


Seal of King Robert the Bruce
The Declaration of Arbroath which was written in Latin was sent to Pope John XXII in April/May of 1320. History reveals it was most likely drafted in the scriptorium of Arbroath Abbey by Abbot Bernard de Linton on behalf of the barons and nobles of Scotland. It was one of three letters that was sent to the Pope in Avignon, the other two being from King Robert the Bruce himself and from four Scottish bishops, attempting to abate papal hostility.
It received the seals of several Scottish barons and, under the extraordinary circumstances of the Wars of Independence, was a prototype of contractual kingship in Europe.


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