Sir James Douglas

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Mark Cartwright
by Kim Traynor
published on 18 June 2018
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Sir James Douglas, aka 'Black Douglas' (c. 1286-1330 CE), a Scottish knight who fought for his country's independence from England. He is here shown with fellow fighters Robert Bruce and William Wallace. (Entrance hall frieze by William Hole, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh)

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