pines cling to the mountainside, rooted among the rocks.
Burns first penned the poem in 1788, claiming to have collected the verse from a more ancient Scots
See the natural beauty of Glen Tanar's ancient Scots
pine forest in a spectacular new light.
pine trees provide a magical backdrop at The Old Pine Yurt (oldpineyurt.co.uk), spectacularly surrounded by the Cairngorm Mountains.
races such as the Lanark Silver Bell are part of racing lore, and students of history know that British monarchs who helped establish the sport were Scots.
GHOSTBUSTERS are flocking to an ancient Scots
tower after visitors claimed they were attacked by poltergeists.
It is covered in with ancient Scots
pines that turn the bog into twilight no matter how bright the day outside.
AN ANCIENT Scots
curse has been blamed for a series of calamities in an English city.
l Some ancient Scots
Pines in the Highlands were alive in the time of Joan of Arc in the 15th century
Hamilton's pen: "Now this Celebrated distemper in the City of Edinburgh goes by the name of Canongate Breeches, so that you understand a man has got the Clap or pox when you hear it Said, that he has got a pair of Canongate Breeches, which is a modest and witty way of expressing the Disease, the Canongate being a Street in the Suburbs of Edinburgh, famous for a great number of bawdy houses, and also for the palaces of the ancient Scots
Scotland was not unique in its politics, but only in their survival: the "traces" or "footprints" found among the ancient Scots
pointed to earlier and more widespread practices.
Such early volumes as Sangshaw (1925) and Pennywheep (1926) are written in Lallans, a language reconstructed from ancient Scots