Strathmartine is an area of Angus, Scotland (named after a local mythical hero, Strathmartin The Dragonslayer). It is to the north of Dundee and the surrounding district is often referred to as "the Howe o Strathmartine".
The parishes of Mains and Strathmartine were united on 21 Nov 1792. Anciently, Mains was called Earl's Strathdichty, Strathmartine was called Strathdichty Martin. The Dichty Water flows through the parishes.
William Lorimer, the classicist, known for producing a translation of the New Testament in Lowland Scots was born in Strathmartine. Baldovan village to the north is home to Strathmartine Hospital which is a long stay hospital for people with severe learning disabilities.
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- Warden, Alex J (1880). Angus or Forfarshire, the land and people, descriptive and historical. II. pp. 252–253. Retrieved 22 November 2013.
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