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Culloden marked the final stand of the Jacobite cause, bringing to an end a prolonged contest between the Stuart dynasty and the Hanoverian monarchs. It was also the last pitched battle in the British Isles to be fought with regular troops on both sides.
The aftermath of the Battle saw the clan system and the highland way of life both suppressed and the victorious Duke of Cumberland set about burning homes and driving off cattle.
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