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Dyce Tartan

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Badge:  An arm emerging from a cloud, holding a crown
Latin Motto:  Virtutis regio merces (A country the recompense of bravery)

There are variations to the spelling of the name of which Dyos, Dyess, Diss and Dias are all forms.  In 1467 John De Diss was a Burgess of Aberdeen. The parish of Dyce is just north of the City and the origin of the name.

The name is a sept of the Skene clan.

The tartan was first illustrated in W & AK Johnston Limited "The Tartans of the Clans & Septs of Scotland 1906".

Choose from one of the Dyce Tartans listed below

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