The poet John Leyden was a native of Denholm and described Ruberslaw thus:
'Dark Ruberslaw, that lifts his head sublime, / Rugged and hoary with the wrecks of time; / On his broad misty front the giant wears / The horrid furrows of ten thousand years.'
- Description of the Fortifications on Ruberslaw, Roxburghshire, and Notices of Roman Remains Found There. By Alexander O. Curle, F.S.A. SCOT.
- SCRAN: old map of Ruberslaw
- Gazetteer for Scotland: Rubers Law
- Megalithic Portal: Images of Ruberslaw
- Scottish Borders Council: Ruberslaw ranger-led walks
- Four Denholm Scholars: Dr. John Leyden, Sir James A H Murray, John Scott, and James Duncan
- Parish of Hobkirk and Southdean with Ruberslaw: Parish magazine
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