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1513 James IV and thousands of Scots are killed at Flodden.
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1532 Creation of the College of Justice and the Court of Session.
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1538 John Campbell apptd Prior to Ardchattan Priory (son of Sir John Campbell, 3rd son of 2nd Earl of Argyll)
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1542 Death of James V
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1559 John Knox returns to Scotland from Geneva to promote Calvinism.
1560 Ardchattan Priory secularised - Prior John Campbell disperses Land to his family, Ardchattan itself going to his illegitemate son, John.1; Parliament legislates Protestant Reformation of the Church of Scotland.
1561 Mary, Queen of Scots returns from France.
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1564 John Campbell sold his lands of Ardchattan to his brother Alexander, keeping only the monastry and gardens2
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1568 Mary, Queen of Scots flees to England following the defeat of her army at the Battle of Langside
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1578 James VI takes over government from his regent, James Douglas.
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