Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community

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Alexander Grant, Keith John Stringer
Edinburgh University Press, 1998 - History - 319 pages
Medieval Scotland brings together thirteen essays specially written in honour of Professor Barrow. The contributors explore central themes in the development of the medieval Scottish kingdom, a subject which Professor Barrow has done so much to illuminate. They analyse the interplay between Celtic and feudal influences; the political definition of the kingdom; crown-magnate relations; and the relationship between the local and national communities. A complete bibliography of Professor Barrow's writings to the end of 1992 is also included.

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K. J. Stringer is Professor of Medieval British History at Lancaster University. He has written extensively on the related fields of medieval state-making, noble power structures, religious reform, cultural exchanges, and regional, national and supra-national identities.

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