Explain the basis of the Jacobite movement in Scotland
The term Jacobite is taken from the Latin word Jacobus, meaning James, so Jacobites are the people committed to the return of the Stuarts in the original form of James VII and II. Jacobitism is a term that brings a myriad of images with it. Admiration, glamour and nationalism to name a few, but what was Jacobitism and why did it seem to capture the imagination of so many people? To try and discover this, one must look at the roots and the basis of this movement.
According to Bruce Lenman , "Mary (Queen of Scots) was the ancestress of all the Jacobite Pretenders." This one statement indi…
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