A letter from the Barons of Scotland to Pope John XXII - 6 April, 1320
The Declaration of Arbroath
A collectible Fine Art Limited Edition 3D Facsimile
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Crown copyright, National Records of Scotland, SP13/7
. . . a medieval ' Cry for Freedom ! '
The most famous document in Scotland’s history, a declaration of Scottish independence, has been awarded special status by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).
The Declaration of Arbroath was written to the Pope in 1320, on behalf of the barons and community of the realm of Scotland. This eloquent letter, written in support of King Robert Bruce (Robert I) and an independent Scotland, is still regarded today as a spirited statement of a nation's claim to freedom.
The 3D Replica, created by Steven Patrick Sim
the Tartan Artisan ® - Scotland
The creation of this exclusive facsimile, A faithful three dimensional fine art reproduction, was inspired after the announcement was made that the Declaration of Arbroath was to be Included in the UNESCO ‘MEMORY OF THE WORLD’ UK register on Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016.
The surviving copy is in the keeping of the National Records of Scotland
A 21st Century Reproduction
to commemorate this significant recognition!
Launched 18.9.16 ...the second anniversary of the referendum on Scottish independence
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