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Whithorn

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How do some fragments of bone buried at Whithorn in Galloway, perhaps in the 5th Century AD, hold the clue to a story which has been fought over for 12 centuries? St Ninian has been an icon for many different eras and for different reasons: although now little known to the person on the street, from the Northumbrians, the Stewart Kings, to Catholic Revivalists and even Queen Elizabeth II, he was the real saint of Scotland, whose cult exceeded all others by the 16th Century and who continued to play a central political and religious role into the 20th Century. Will science finally end the debate about Scotland’s most obscure and yet most successful saint and let us re-tell the story of the coming of Christianity to Scotland?

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