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Dr Adrián Maldonado, the new Glenmorangie Research Fellow at National Museums Scotland, talks to History Scotland about the future of the project, which was established in 2008 and has uncovered many new insights into Scotland’s medieval past

Glenmorangie Research Project

Could you tell us about your professional background and what attracted you to this role?

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About History Scotland

History Scotland launches a ground-breaking new series - The Stewart Queens of Scotland, providing a window in the lives of the little-known Stewart queens. Enjoy a range of news, expert articles and commentary, covering centuries of Scottish history and archaeology. Highlights include: * Queen Victoria's trip to the Clyde * New history of art with National Galleries Scotland * The legend of Lovat's Scouts * Discovery of a rare antler t-axe