- ^ a b Monymusk. Gazetteer for Scotland.
- ^ Monymusk History. Gazetteer for Scotland.
- ^ Monymusk Fishing
Settlements and places of interest in Marr, Aberdeenshire Primary settlements Other settlements Places of interest
Balmoral Castle · Blelack · Braemar Castle · Burn O'Vat · Cairn O' Mounth · Cairngorms National Park · Castle Forbes · Corgarff Castle · Craigievar Castle · Crathes Castle · Crathie Kirk · Forest of Birse · Grampian Transport Museum · Huntly Castle · Kildrummy Castle · Lochnagar · Lost · Royal Deeside · Royal Deeside Railway · Alford Valley Railway · Ythan Wells (Glenmailen) Roman Camp
Areas and primary settlements in Aberdeenshire
(see also: Aberdeen City)
in Banff and Buchan in Buchan in Formartine in Garioch in Kincardine and Mearns in Marr
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
Monymusk — MONYMUSK, a parish, in the district of Garioch, county of Aberdeen, 125 miles (N. by E.) from Edinburgh; containing 895 inhabitants. This parish appears to have derived its name from the two Gaelic words, Monaugh, high or hilly, and Mousick,… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Monymusk Priory — was a house of Augustinian canons based at Monymusk in Mar, Aberdeenshire. Gille Críst, Mormaer of Mar constructed a monastery there in the last decade of the 12th century. There were Céli Dé there, who retained many of their rights. The… … Wikipedia
Monymusk railway station — was a station on the Alford Valley Railway in Monymusk, Aberdeenshire. Preceding station Historical railways Following station Tillyfourie Line and station closed Great North of Scotland Railway Alford Valley Railway … Wikipedia
Monymusk Reliquary — The Monymusk Reliquary, made circa 750 … Wikipedia
Prior of Monymusk — (later, Commendator of Monymusk) was the head of the property and community of Augustinian canons of Monymusk Priory, Aberdeenshire. The following is a list of priors and commendators:List of office holdersList of priors* Máel Brigte (Bricius),… … Wikipedia
Michael de Monymusk — († 1376) was a 14th century bishop of Dunkeld. He held a licentiate in Canon law. He had been dean of the bishopric of Dunblane, dean of the bishopric of Aberdeen, and then dean of the bishopric of Glasgow. While dean of Dunblane, he held… … Wikipedia
Strathspey — bezeichnet einen schottischen Tanz sowie das zugehörige Musikstück. Kennzeichnend ist die strenge Rhythmik mit vielen punktierten Noten und „Scotch Snaps“ (Sechzehntelnoten gefolgt von punktierten Achteln, lombardischer Rhythmus). Er besteht… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Argyll and Bute — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Argyll (Écosse) et Île de Bute. Argyll and Bute Géogr … Wikipédia en Français
List of religious houses in Scotland — is a link page to any abbey, priory, friary or other religious house in Scotland. Contents 1 Abbreviations and Key 2 Aberdeen 3 Aberdeenshire 4 … Wikipedia
Culdee — Céli Dé or Culdees were originally members of ascetic Christian monastic and eremitical communities of Ireland, Scotland and England in the Middle Ages. The term is used of St. John the Apostle, of a missioner from abroad recorded in the Annals… … Wikipedia