Medieval Scotland

History Theses 1901-1970: Historical research for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1976.

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'Medieval Scotland', History Theses 1901-1970: Historical research for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom, (London, 1976), pp. 63-65. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/theses-1901-70/medieval-scotland [accessed 21 June 2024].

. "Medieval Scotland", in History Theses 1901-1970: Historical research for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom, (London, 1976) 63-65. British History Online, accessed June 21, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/theses-1901-70/medieval-scotland.

. "Medieval Scotland", History Theses 1901-1970: Historical research for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom, (London, 1976). 63-65. British History Online. Web. 21 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/theses-1901-70/medieval-scotland.

MEDIEVAL SCOTLAND

A new survey of contacts between Celtic Scotland and pre-Viking Northumbria (c.500-c.850). D.P. Kirby. Durham Ph.D. 1962.

A critical examination of some of the sources for the history of the Picts from A.D. 550 to A.D. 850. Mrs. Isabel B. Henderson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

Scoto-Celtic architecture - its place among the styles. C. Sinclair. Glasgow Ph.D. 1932.

A critical edition of the Senchus Fer nAlban, with an assessment of its historical value. J.W.M. Bannerman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The burgh of the Canongate and its court. A.H. Anderson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1949.

Scottish burghs: some aspects of their origins, development and plan. K. Alauddin. Glasgow B.Litt. 1969.

The office of sheriff in Scotland; its origin and early development. C.A. Malcolm. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1922.

Queen Margaret and the influence she exerted on the Celtic Church in Scotland. T.R. Barnett. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1925.

Scottish monasticism: its relations with the Crown and the church to the year 1378. D.E. Easson. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1928.

The historical geography of Strathmore and its highland boundary zone from A.D. 1100 to A.D. 1603. J. Gilbert. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954.

Scottish royal ecclesiastical policy, 1107–1214, with special reference to foreign influence in the spread of the monastic orders and the personnel of the episcopate in England. G.W.S. Barrow. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

The De Tribus Processionibus of Richard St. Victor: a critical text with introduction. W.J. Tulloch. Liverpool M.A. 1945.

Adam of Dryburgh. J.B.P. Bulloch. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

The sources of the Aberdeen breviary. J.D. Galbraith. Aberdeen M.Litt. 1970.

History of the clan Macrae. A. Macrae. London M.A. 1905.

Strategy and tactics in medieval Scotland. J.D. Forbes. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1927.

The expansion of the English language in Scotland. L.W. Sharp. Cambridge Ph.D. 1926/7.

Feudal tenures in Scotland in the 12th and 13th centuries. Mrs. Isabel A. Durack. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

An examination of the grants of land made to the Scottish Church in the 12th and 13th centuries, with special reference to secular services. T. Davidson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930.

The diocese of Glasgow in the 12th and 13th centuries. With an edition of the bishops' acta (c.1140–1258). F.N. Shead. Glasgow B.Litt. 1966.

Ecclesiastical patronage in the medieval period, with special reference to parochial benefices in Scotland. G.P. Innes. Glasgow Ph.D. 1960.

Appropriation of parish churches in medieval Scotland. I.B. Cowan. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1961.

An Anglo-Scottish baron of the 13th century: the acts of Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester and constable of Scotland. G.G. Simpson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1966.

The relations between England and Scotland during the minority of Alexander III and during the Barons' Wars. W.A. Cane. Manchester M.A. 1923.

The organisation of the English occupation in Scotland, 1296–1461. D.W.H. Marshall. Oxford B.Litt. 1926.

Death practices and burial rites in Scotland from the later medieval period to 1780, with particular reference to the influence of theology. R.S. Fredericks. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1967.

The defence of the north-western border against the Scots during the first half of the 14th century. T. Wood. Manchester M.A. 1937.

The Scottish wars of Edward III, 1327–35. R.G. Nicholson. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

Scotsmen at universities between 1340 and 1410 and their subsequent careers: a study of the contribution of graduates to the public life of their country. D.E.R. Watt. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

The medieval universities of Scotland, 1410–1560. J. Durkan. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1959.

Scotland and the Wars of the Roses, 1435–85. C. Macrae. Oxford D.Phil. 1939.

The exchequer and Crown revenue of Scotland, 1437–1542. A.L. Murray. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1961.

The economic administration of Coupar Angus abbey, 1440–1560. J.L. Morgan. Glasgow Ph.D. 1929.

James Kennedy, bishop of St. Andrews. Anne I. Cameron. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1924.

The office of parish clerk in the Scottish Church between 1450 and 1560. D.A. McKay. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1960.

The rise of a Scottish navy, 1460–1513. F.W. Robertson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1933/4.

James III: a political study (1466–88). N.A.T. MacDougall. Glasgow Ph.D. 1968.