Finding the Family in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland
Elizabeth Ewan, Janay Nugent
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - History - 190 pages
In this interdisciplinary collaboration, an international group of scholars have come together to suggest new directions for the study of the family in Scotland circa 1300-1750. Contributors apply tools across a range of disciplines to assess creatively the broad range of sources which inform our understanding of the pre-modern Scottish family.
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