Hammond, M., New perspectives on medieval Scotland, 1093–1286 (2013)

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Hammond (Matthew) 2013a

Hammond, Matthew [ed.], New perspectives on medieval Scotland, 1093–1286, Studies in Celtic History 32, Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2013.

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Work New perspectives on medieval Scotland, 1093–1286
Place Woodbridge
Publisher Boydell Press
Year 2013
Series Studies in Celtic History 32

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Contributor(s) Title Page(s)
Hammond (Matthew)
Introduction: The paradox of medieval Scotland, 1093–1286 1–52
Stringer (Keith J.)
The Scottish ‘political community’ in the reign of Alexander II (1214–49) 53–84
Taylor (Alice)
Homo ligius and unfreedom in medieval Scotland 85–116
Carpenter (David)
Scottish royal government in the thirteenth century from an English perspective 117–160
Neville (Cynthia J.)
Neighbours, the neighbourhood, and the visnet in Scotland 1125–1300 161–174
Jamroziak (Emilia)
Cistercian identities in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scotland: the case of Melrose Abbey 175–182
Campbell (Stuart D.)
The language of objects: material culture in medieval Scotland 183–202
Bradley (John), Pasin (Michele)
Structuring that which cannot be structured: a role for formal models in representing aspects of medieval Scotland 203–214

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