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When was tartan first worn?

The earliest documented tartan in Britain, known as the "Falkirk" tartan, dates from the 3rd century AD. It was uncovered at Falkirk in Stirlingshire, Scotland, about 400 metr (MORE)

Is there a difference between plaid and tartan?

Generally, we think of tartan as the name for the cloth and plaid as the name for the particular pattern, but the words are often used interchangeably so that tartan can mean (MORE)

How many tartans are there in Scotland?

    * One commercial site lists 13,000 tartans available although this will include "International" Tartans so probably half this (thought to be around 7,000). The (MORE)

What were William Wallace's colors on his Tartan?

William Wallace was not a Highlander so it is highly doubtful if would have ever worn Tartan or a kilt. There are no pictures of him from his time and therefore the majority o (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What is tartan day?

  Tartan Day celebrates the existing and historical links between Scotland and Scottish descendants in the U.S.A. It is on April 6th. It honors the Americans of Scottish b (MORE)

The history of Scottish tartans?

Celtic tribes were wearing check and stripes patters for thousands of years but the earliest record of checked cloth in Scotland was the Falkirk tartan dating to the 3rd centu (MORE)
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What is a Alberta tartan?

Alberta Provincial Tartan The tartan was designed in designed by the Edmonton Rehabilitation Society for the Handicapped, and was recognized by an Act of Legislature in 1961 (MORE)

Why is tartan associated with Scotland?

Tartan is associated with Scotland because long ago each Scottish family had their own style of tartan so you could tell which family each person was from by what style of tar (MORE)
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What are the meanings of tartan colors?

it's not a color it's a style, red and white "classic" diner type  checked pattern for tablecloths etc most common but can be other  checked colors from family coat of arms
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