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  • Author:
    Michael Brown,Roland Tanner
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Lanham, M. University Press of America, 1984. xii + 268 pp. Tables, notes, and bibliographical essay. - Volume 61 Issue 1 - Patrick D. Reagan. Article October 2016 · History.

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In: Brown M & Tanner R (ed. Scottish Kingship 1306-1542: Essays in Honour of Norman Macdougall Penman, Michael A. Publication date. Scottish Kingship 1306-1542: Essays in Honour of Norman Macdougall. Edinburgh: John Donald, pp. 20-48. Keywords Scotland; Kingship; Robert I; Politics; War; Chivalry; Piety; Robert I, King of Scots, 1274-1329; Scotland History Robert I, 1306-1329; Scotland Kings and rulers. Penman, Michael A.

Feschrift for Norman Macdougall. Articles on Scottish Parliament. Scottish kingship, 1306-1542: essays in honour of Norman Macdougall more. Wrote an article, did the index. History of the Scottish Parliament, volume 3 more. More Info: Co-wrote a couple of articles. Publisher: Tuckwell Press, Ltd.

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In Scottish Kingship, 1306–1542: Essays in Honour of Norman MacDougall, ed. M. Brown, and R. Tanner, 232–254. Jones, Michael, and Malcolm Underwood. The King’s Mother: Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby. Edinburgh: John Donald. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Triumph of Honor: Burgundian Origins of the Elizabethan Renaissance. Leiden: Published for the Sir Thomas Browne Institute, Leiden University Press.

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Scottish Kingship, 1306–1542: Essays in Honour of Norman Macdougall. by Michael Brown and Roland Tanner.

Written by leading historians, the essays in this unique volume focus on individual reigns of Medieval Scottish kings and explore particular themes within this context. Kingship during the 14th and 15th centuries is chiefly discussed, illuminating the surge of power that monarchs experienced during that time as well as the challenges that they faced concerning questions of authority and legitimacy. By synthesizing research from the last quarter century and giving fresh insights into the particulars of the late medieval realm, this record also pays tribute to historian Norman MacDougall. Detailed and dynamic, this overview of Scottish sovereignty is sure to enthrall.