Domination and Lordship

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Edinburgh University Press, 21. feb. 2011 - 448 sider
This book discussed the processes by which the Gaelic kingdom of Alba established its mastery over the lesser kingdoms of northern mainland Britain and transformed itself into a state recognisable as Scotland.
 

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Domination and Lordship by Richard Oram is the chronologically third book in the New Edinburgh History of Scotland series. It covers the period from marriage of Malcolm III to Margaret of Wessex ... Les hele vurderingen

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Introduction Scotland in 1070
1
Narratives
11
1 Out with the Old In with the New? 107093
13
2 Kings and Pretenders 10931136
38
3 Building the ScotoNorthumbrian Realm 113657
74
4 Under Angevin Supremacy 115789
115
5 Settling the Succession 11891230
152
Processes
195
8 Towns Burghs and Burgesses
265
9 Nobles
295
10 The Making of the Ecclesia Scoticana
328
Conclusion
362
Table of Events
371
Guide to Further Reading
375
Bibliography
387
Index
411

6 Power
197
Rural Change c 10701230
233

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Om forfatteren (2011)

Richard Oram is Professor of Medieval and Environmental History at the University of Stirling

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