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The capital city of [[Western Australia]] and the home of the [[Barony of Aneala]].
 
The capital city of [[Western Australia]] and the home of the [[Barony of Aneala]].
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Also a city in [[Scotland]], on the River Tay, known to the [[Roman Empire|Romans]] who built a fort in the area (before retreating South again), and close to '''Scone''' where the [[Scottish kings]] were crowned.<br>
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The [[cathedral]] dates back to the 14th Century and [[Robert III]] gave the city its two major parks, North Inch and South Inch. He also oversaw a [[trial by combat]] involving about 60 combatants on behalf of two feuding clans.<br>
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The [[Black friars|Blackfriars]] Monastery saw the death of [[King James I]] in 1437

Revision as of 02:31, 15 January 2005

The capital city of Western Australia and the home of the Barony of Aneala.

Also a city in Scotland, on the River Tay, known to the Romans who built a fort in the area (before retreating South again), and close to Scone where the Scottish kings were crowned.
The cathedral dates back to the 14th Century and Robert III gave the city its two major parks, North Inch and South Inch. He also oversaw a trial by combat involving about 60 combatants on behalf of two feuding clans.
The Blackfriars Monastery saw the death of King James I in 1437