Battle of Culloden, 1746. One of the most successful and well disciplined regiments in the Jacobite Army, was raised from the towns and countryside of Angus, and that was Lord David Ogilvie’s cavalry (son of the Earl of Airlie.) This regiment retired in good order and intact from the field of Culloden and disbanded in the Glens of North Angus with their Colours which can be seen in the McManus Gallery's.
Pictish symbol stones The Picts were master craftspeople. They created many intricately carved symbol stones. People at the time would have understood the symbols and figures carved on the stones. Their meanings have been lost over the centuries. Today there is much debate about the meaning of some Pictish symbols. Early symbol stones were rough,