Scotland

Author: Jenny Wormald
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019960164X
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The work of leading authorities on Scottish history is brought together in this accurate and sophisticated portrait of Scotland from Roman times to the present day.

Scotland

Author: Scotland. Comptroller-General of Internal Revenue
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Scotland

Author: Michael Lynch
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0712698930
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This book spans twenty centuries from the Picts to the present day. It covers: Columba; Barnockburn; Robert Bruce; the nobles; Home Rule; Kenneth Mac Alpin; the wars of Independence; the union of the crowns; Mary Queen of Scots; the Covenanters; the Reformation; Flodden; the Industrial Revolution; James VI; Thomas Chalmers; the union of Parliament; John Knox; the Canmore dynasty; Glencoe; the Englightenment; the Highland Clearances; devolution and the Jacobites.

The Geology Of Scotland

Author: N. H. Trewin
Editor: Geological Society of London
ISBN: 9781862391260
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The History Of Scotland

Author: George Buchanan
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Matilda Of Scotland

Author: Lois L. Huneycutt
Editor: Boydell Press
ISBN: 9780851159942
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A study of Matilda of Scotland (wife to Henry I) and the political acumen and personal skills she brought to the role of queen.

Proceedings Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of Scotland

Author: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
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A General History Of Scotland

Author: William Guthrie
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Scotland S Relations With England

Author: William Ferguson
Editor: The Saltire Society
ISBN: 9780854110582
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Two national identities had established themselves by the end of the 11th century in, respectively, the north and south of Britain. The larger southern nation made several attempts on the independence of the smaller and more dynastically-troubled northern state but, after the time of Edward I of England, Scotland held its own. Then in 1603, with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne, an incorporating union seemed to be in prospect, but more than a century passed before a lasting parliamentary union was achieved amid a flurry of intrigue, corruption and power-broking.

Shakespeare And Scotland

Author: Willy Maley
Editor: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719066375
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Shakespeare and Scotland is a collection of specially commissioned essays by major critics on both sides of the Atlantic. Together they explore, from a variety of critical perspectives, the playwright's place in Scotland, and the place of Scotland in his work.