They looked upon him as the saviour of Scotland.
According to Scottish records he was notorious in this area....but there are no perfect people.
William Wallace was a rebel leader who lead the Scottish war of independence he was born in 1272 and died in 1305.
The Ragman Roll was a list of Scotsmen who supported the King of England. Due to the mistreatment of the Scottish people by the English, Wallace refused to be part of the Roll. He opposed English rule.
People will have different opinions, but many would choose William Wallace (c1272 - 23 August 1305), particularly since the film "Braveheart".
William Wallace is famous for 2 reasons the first one if you want to go into storys , historic battles , and historic events then he is famous for his main play in the First Scottish War of Independence by revolting against the English king at the time Edward I ( Longshanks ) but then being defeated by Edward and then being decapated under edward’s order , the second reason is from the movie Braveheart staring Mell Gibson as Wallace .
Braveheart had a fairly famous scene of people mooning. William Wallace, played by Mel Gibson, leads the Scottish army in taunting an attack by mooning their foes. We see exactly what Scotsmen DON'T wear beneath their kilts.
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Wallace is this the most famous Scottish surname? It is certainly near the top of the tree given the exposure of tradition, myth, and Hollywood, who manage to combine both. It is therefore a surprise to most people to know that for many nameholders, the origin may not have been Scottish at all, but English, Welsh or Breton!
Scottish people are from Scotland
William Wallace (Scottish war leader)William Williams (politician from Connecticut, 1776)William Wordsworth (poet, English)Walt Whitman (poet, American)Woodrow Wilson (president, WWI)Walter Wink (scholar, activist, theologian)Walter Winchell (radio commentator)William Upski Wimsatt (scholar, activist)Wim Wenders (director, filmmaker)Wayne Bertram Williams (convicted murderer)Wil Wheaton (actor)Where's Waldo (a book about a man named Waldo, who notoriously was clad in red-and-white striped hat and shirt with blue pants, while standing and walking)Wallace Wensleydale / Wallace Wallace / Wallace (from Wallace and Gromit; last name / first name ambiguous)Willy Wonka (fictional - from Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)Walter White (fictional - from Breaking Bad)Will Wordsmith (fictional - various)"Wally World" - infamous destination of the Griswalds
Scots or Scotties are the nicknames for Scottish people.
Some Irish people fought with him and supported him. A man named Stephen, from Ireland, was a great ally of his.
Scottish people live in Scotland. Welsh people live in Wales.
They are called Scots or Scottish.
well i am scottish and i like belgian people so yes
scottish people live in straw houses
An example is: My friend betrayed me by telling someone my secret. Betrayed means to decieve someone or to be disloyal. You dont wanna be a betrayer because those people are not very good people. That is betrayed and an example of a sentence using it. If you have any questions for me , post them on wikianswers.com
The religious people betrayed Him, the political people crucified Him.
No, in real-life the two people never met.
Scottish people don't like anyone, especially other Scotts...
Scottish is not a language. People are Scottish, and speak English with a Scottish accent. The Previous answer is not correct. Scottish (or Scottish Gaelic) is a language, and it is spoken in Scotland, alongside English.
Exactly like scottish people look today Good answer.