The Old Pretender) and his son Charles (The Young Pretender, or Bonnie Prince Charlie).
(5) Clan Mac Donald (riding) One of the largest Scottish clans, and a.k.a.
Like this postcard, sent from the Isle of Lewis  in the Outer Hebrides.
It is both a map, showing the vaguely volucrine  shape that is Scotland; and an infographic, connecting 20 numbered dots pinpointing clan locations to as many tartans  next to the map.
The present-day incarnation of the confederation includes the clans Mackintosh, Macpherson, Mac Queen, Mac Thomas and Mac Bain.
Clan Chattan entertained a centuries-long feud with clan Cameron, culminating in the Battle of the North Inch (1396), a chivalrous contest to the death in which only one Cameron survived, against 11 out of 30 Chattans.
(4) Clan Stewart Now an armigerous  Lowland clan, the Stewarts claim descent from Banquo, a local chief best known for his appearance in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
The clan obtained the hereditary title of High Stewards of Scotland, whence they took their name.
Strange maps may be found hiding in antique atlases or down some of the internet’s more obscure cul-de-sacs .
But sometimes, curious cartography greets you on your very doorstep, hand-delivered by servants of the commonwealth.
In the late Middle Ages, the Mac Gregors were ousted from their lands by clan Campbell, and became outlaws.