Evonium is a purported lost city in Scotland first described by Hector Boece in his 16th-century Scotorum Historiae. According to Boece, it hosted the coronation of forty kings and was located in the Lochaber area. Boece's translator John Bellenden substituted Dunstaffnage for Evonium which led to the belief that the Stone of Scone was once kept at Dunstaffnage Castle.
- Boece of Dundee, Hector (1575). The History of the Scots from Their First Origin. Retrieved 2014-09-02.
- Skene, William F. (7 June 1869). The Coronation Stone. Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas. p. 14. Retrieved 2014-09-02.
- Cowing, Emma (19 December 2010). "Stone of Destiny 'from Ayrshire, not Perthshire'". Scotland on Sunday. Retrieved 2014-09-02.
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