An inland village west of Peterhead, in the Buchan area of the county, near Maud, New Deer, and Mintlaw; particularly noted for its role in the early Christian history of the area.
Abbey of Deer
A history of the once famous Scottish monastery, and the Book of Deer. [The Catholic Encyclopaedia]
Aberdeenshire Farming Museum
Visitor details and events listing for the museum in Aden Country Park.
Book of Deer Project
Offers an online copy and discussion of the illustrated Gospel from monastery at Old Deer, with entries in Scottish Gaelic written c.1135. Also includes information about the community led initiative to make the Book of Deer more accessible to a wider public.
The life of the first abbot of the monastery of Deer, and later a hermit.
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