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Cambridge University Press, 2000. — 316 p. — (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks). — ISBN: 0521584434 This is a one-volume history of medieval Scotland, concentrating on the period between the middle of the eleventh century and the Reformation and taking full account of recent scholarship. It is primarily a political and ecclesiastical study, analysing the development of the...
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Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. - 239 p. Introduction: Writing Across the Borders. The Borderlands of Satire: Linked, Opposed, and Exchanged Political Poetry During the Scottish and English Wars of the Early Fourteenth Century. Sovereign Exception: Pre-National Consolidation in The Taill of Rauf Coilyear. Friend or Foe? Negotiating the Anglo-Scottish Border in Sir Thomas Gray’s...
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Bloomsbury USA, 2009. — 120 p. The Scottish warrior has throughout history been armed with some of the most famous and instantly recognisable weapons and armour ever produced. From the majestic Highland two-handed sword and the diminutive sgian dhu that tucks into the sock of every Scotsman in formal dress to the distinctive leather shield or targe, these objects are redolent...
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Yale University Press, 2009. — 296 p. Few battles resonate through British history as strongly as Bannockburn. On June 24, 1314, the Scots under the leadership of Robert the Bruce unexpectedly trounced the English, leaving thousands dead or wounded. The victory was one of Scotland’s greatest, the more so because the Scottish army was outnumbered by about three to one. The loss to...
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John Donald Publ., 2010. — 272 p. Exploring the life of a man who for 700 years has been revered as the consummate, incomparable Scottish hero, this study examines how the legend of William Wallace - an ingenious and capable man who initiated a resistance movement that ultimately secured the nation’s freedom and independence - overtook historical reality, a process which has...
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Committee for Dark Age Studies, University of St. Andrews, 1998. — 134 p. The Fourth St Andrews Day Conference focussed on a theme which was rather different from the previous three ("Scotland in Dark Age Europe", 1994; "Scotland in Dark Age Britain", 1996: "The Uses of Place-Names", 1998): it was the processes involved in the change to Christianity which occurred throughout the...
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Chatus & Windus, London, 1889. — 429 p. Excerpt from Witch, Warlock, and Magician: Historical Sketches of Magic and Witchcraft in England and Scotland The following pages may be regarded as a contribution towards that ‘History of Human Error’ which was undertaken by Mr. Augustine Caxton. I fear that many minds will have to devote all their energies to the work, if it is ever to be...
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Oxford University Press, 2014. — 720 p. Over the last three decades major advances in research and scholarship have transformed understanding of the Scottish past. In this landmark study some of the most eminent writers on the subject, together with emerging new talents, have combined to produce a large-scale volume which reconsiders in fresh and illuminating ways the classic...
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Birlinn Ltd., 2014. — 144 p. Early historic Scotland - from the fifth to the tenth century AD - was home to a variety of diverse peoples and cultures, all competing for land and supremacy. Yet by the eleventh century it had become a single, unified kingdom, known as Alba, under a stable and successful monarchy. How did this happen, and when? At the heart of this mystery lies the...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2010. - 352 pages. The experiences of everyday Scotland has undergone profound political, religious, and economic change over the past two centuries. This team of authors examine how far the extraordinary has impinged on the Scottish ordinary and the extent to which population growth, urbanization, agricultural developments, and political and...
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HarperPress, 2012. — 448 p. Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, was the last of the great Scottish chiefs – and the last nobleman executed for treason. Determined to seek his fortune with the exiled Jacobite king in France, Fraser acted as a spy for both the Stuarts and the Hanoverians; claimed to be both Protestant and Roman Catholic. In July 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie launched his last...
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HarperPress, 2012. — 448 p. Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, was the last of the great Scottish chiefs – and the last nobleman executed for treason. Determined to seek his fortune with the exiled Jacobite king in France, Fraser acted as a spy for both the Stuarts and the Hanoverians; claimed to be both Protestant and Roman Catholic. In July 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie launched his last...
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Brill, 2008. — 500 p. — (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History 166). This collection of essays demonstrates the vitality of the political, cultural and religious history of Scotland in the era of the Renaissance and Reformation. It includes essays on politics, religion and towns, and on the literature and culture of the royal court and the common people. The essays all...
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The History Press, 2016. — 192 p. This book contains hundreds of ‘strange but true’ stories about Scottish history. Arranged into a miniature history of Scotland, and with bizarre and hilarious true tales for every era, it will delight anyone with an interest in Scotland’s past.
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Crown Publishing Group, Three Rivers Press, New York, 2001. — 392 p. The point of this book is that being Scottish is more than just a matter of nationality or place of origin or clan or even culture. It is also a state of mind, a way of viewing the world and our place in it. This Scottish mentality was a deliberate creation, athough it was conceived by many minds and carried out...
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Oxford University Press, 2008. — 193 p. — (Very Short Introductions). List of illustrations. Introduction. Politics and government. Religion. Education. Society. Economy and environment. Scotland and the wider world. Culture. Conclusion: The lessons of history. References and further reading. Chronology. Monarchs of Scotland, 843–1714. Index.
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Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. — 276 p. "The Picts" is a survey of the historical and cultural developments in northern Britain between AD 300 and AD 900. Discarding the popular view of the Picts as savages, they are revealed to have been politically successful and culturally adaptive members of the medieval European world.
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Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. — 338 p. Introduction A Noble and Unknowable Lineage. An Exile in Hungary An Anglo-Saxon Princess A Wife of the King A Queen of the Scots A Pious Woman The Cornerstone of Margaret’s Cult A Dynastic Saint A Canonized Saint Conclusion
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Brill Academic Pub, 2014. — 404 p. — (Northern World 66). Conventional accounts of the Scottish Highlands tend to assume that they remained detached from the mainstream of British affairs until well into the eighteenth century. In Governing Gaeldom, Allan Kennedy challenges this perception through detailed analysis of the relationship between the Highlands and the Scottish state...
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Brill, 2012. — 425 p. — (History of Warfare, 78). The Anglo-Scottish wars of the late Middle Ages have long attracted scholarly attention, but studies focussing on the military aspects of the conflict over the longue durée and from both sides of the border have been lacking. In this collection of essays covering the years between the battles of Dunbar (1296) and Flodden (1513),...
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Pen & Sword Books Ltd, 2002. — 224 pages. — ISBN-10: 0850529492 ISBN-13: 978-0850529494 Today the rivalry between St Andrew and St George may be fierce but at least it is limited to the sporting field. This was by no means the case before the Act of Settlement in the eighteenth century. Rupert Matthews has researched more than twenty major battles between these two countries,...
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Pen & Sword, 2002. — 224 p. Today the rivalry between St Andrew and St George may be fierce but at least it is limited to the sporting field. This was by no means the case before the Act of Settlement in the eighteenth century. Rupert Matthews has researched more than twenty major battles between these two countries, over a period of 1,000 years. Each battle forms a chapter,...
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Birlinn Ltd., 2007. — 288 p. In 1612, George Sinclair, an illegitimate son of a Caithness laird, became a Norwegian national hero. Along with almost 300 of his followers, Sinclair was killed in an ambush in Norway while marching to join the King of Sweden's army. Sinclair has legendary status in Norway but has been totally forgotten in his home country, just as the memory of...
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Birlinn Ltd., 2014. — 160 p. Bestselling author Alistair Moffat offers fresh insights into one of the most famous battles in history. As 8,000 Scottish solders, most of them spearmen, faced 18,000 English infantrymen, archers and mounted knights on the morning of Sunday 23 June 1314, many would have that the result a foregone conclusion. But after two days' fighting, the English...
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Phoenix, 2010 Neil Oliver shares with his readers his passionate view of Scotland's history from the formation of the rocks to the present SNP government of Scotland. Linking together in a compact volume a trail of discovery from start to finish, this is an ideal companion to the TV series of the same name. This volume fills in many gaps in the TV series necessarily created by...
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Phoenix, 2010 Neil Oliver shares with his readers his passionate view of Scotland's history from the formation of the rocks to the present SNP government of Scotland. Linking together in a compact volume a trail of discovery from start to finish, this is an ideal companion to the TV series of the same name. This volume fills in many gaps in the TV series necessarily created by...
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Phoenix, 2010 Neil Oliver shares with his readers his passionate view of Scotland's history from the formation of the rocks to the present SNP government of Scotland. Linking together in a compact volume a trail of discovery from start to finish, this is an ideal companion to the TV series of the same name. This volume fills in many gaps in the TV series necessarily created by...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2012. — 264 p. This ambitious book, newly available in paperback, examines the encounter between Gaels and Europeans in Scotland in the central Middle Ages, offering new insights into an important period in the formation of the Scots' national identity. It is based on a close reading of the texts of several thousand charters, indentures, brieves and...
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BRILL, 2005. — 343 pages. — ISBN: 9004142061 This volume explores aspects of the political, social, cultural, economic and religious development of Scotland in the reign of King Alexander II (1214-49). It constitutes the first full-length, multi-author study of the king and his reign. The nine contributors to the volume explore issues as diverse as the historiography of the...
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Edinburgh: Birlinn, 1997. — xii+243 p. — ISBN 1-874744-69-6. This is the most up-to-date book available on the archaeology of prehistoric Scotland, from the seventh millennium BC, through the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age, to the emergence of the early historic kingdoms of the Celtic Iron Age. Written for the general reader, Scottish Prehistory includes a gazetteer of key...
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Yale University Press, 2014. — 400 p. Robert the Bruce (1274-1329) was the famous unifier of Scotland and defeater of the English at Bannockburn - the legendary hero responsible for Scottish independence. In this new biography, Michael Penman retells the story of Robert's rise - his part in William Wallace's revolt against Edward I, his seizing of the Scottish throne after...
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Yale University Press, 2014. — 400 p. Robert the Bruce (1274-1329) was the famous unifier of Scotland and defeater of the English at Bannockburn - the legendary hero responsible for Scottish independence. In this new biography, Michael Penman retells the story of Robert's rise - his part in William Wallace's revolt against Edward I, his seizing of the Scottish throne after...
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Ph. D. touches upon the most important facts and events in history of Scotland. – 89 p. Introduction. Celtic Scotland. The Kingdom of Scotland. An Independent Scotland. Turmoil After The Bruce. The Two Crowns. The Stuart Cause. The Union of 1707. Charles Edward and the 45. After Culloden. Scotland Resurgent. Transformation. Scots Wha Hae. The High Road to...
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Barnesley: Pen and Sward Military, 2009. — 288 p. Well over two and a half centuries after the event, the Battle of Culloden, fought on 16 April 1746, still means many things to many people. To Scottish expatriates, no matter how many times removed, it is an emotional touchstone to their Scottish identity and commonly regarded as the opening act of the epic tragedy of the Highland...
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Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2015. — 288 p. Following King John's loss of Normandy to King Philip Augustus in 1204, the ties that had bound the Anglo-French nobility across the Channel began to dissolve. The Scottish nobility had also been part of the Anglo-French structure of lordship; and thus the loss of Normandy made a deep and profound impact on Scotland, as Anglo-French Scottish...
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London: Secker and Warburg, 1975. - 535 pgs. Highland soldiers were Britain's first colonial levies. first raised to police their own hills, then expended in imperial wars. The Gaelic people of the 18th century, three percent only of the population none the less supplied the Crown with sixty-five regiments. Contrary to romantic belief, the Highlander was rarely a willing soldier,...
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London: Secker and Warburg, 1975. - 535 pgs. Highland soldiers were Britain's first colonial levies. first raised to police their own hills, then expended in imperial wars. The Gaelic people of the 18th century, three percent only of the population none the less supplied the Crown with sixty-five regiments. Contrary to romantic belief, the Highlander was rarely a willing soldier,...
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Penguin Books, 1968. — 304 p. "You are hereby ordered to fall upon the rebels, the MacDonalds of Glencoe, and to put all to the sword under seventy." This was the treacherous and cold-blooded order ruthlessly carried out on 13 February 1692, when the Campbells slaughtered their hosts the MacDonalds at the Massacre of Glencoe. It was a bloody incident which had deep repercussions...
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Birlinn Ltd., 2003. — 208 p. Boosted by the success of naval campaigns in the Western Isles and support for the Danes, James IV, in a misguided attempt to support France when that country was invaded by Henry VIII's troops, ordered the Scottish army across the Border. At Flodden he faced English troops under the Earl of Surrey, and although having a big advantage in terms of...
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Birlinn Ltd., 2003. — 208 p. Boosted by the success of naval campaigns in the Western Isles and support for the Danes, James IV, in a misguided attempt to support France when that country was invaded by Henry VIII's troops, ordered the Scottish army across the Border. At Flodden he faced English troops under the Earl of Surrey, and although having a big advantage in terms of...
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Pen and Sword, 2004. — 160 p. This historical guide retells, in graphic detail, the story of nine of the most important battles to be fought in Scotland south of the Highland Line, stretching from Aberdeen to the Firth of Clyde. The battles range from medieval period to the time of Jacobite Rebellion. They show how weapons andequipment, tactics and strategy, and the make up of the...
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Shire Publications, 2013. — 68 p. Tartan is an enormously popular pattern in modern fashion and Scottish National Dress is recognised around the world. This book reveals the origin and development of tartans and Scottish national costume. Beginning as Highland dress, it was originally peculiar to certain areas of Scotland but is now generally accepted as its national costume. What...
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Frontline Books, 2014. — 256 p. Sheriffmuir 1715 is the military history of a doomed Jacobite rising in Scotland, which enjoyed far more public support and arguably far more chance of success than Bonnie Prince Charlie’s attempt 30 years later. Unlike the ’45, the uprising which culminated in the brutal battle of Sheriffmuir was very much a Scottish affair, fought without either...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2000. — 258 p. "Clan, King and Covenant" explores the turbulent history of the Highlands during the seventeenth century. The signing of the National Covenant in 1638 first challenged the powers of Charles I in Scotland, but it was only when Alisdair MacDonald joined Montrose in raising the Royalist clans that the country erupted into civil war. Central...
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Pen and Sword, 2015. — 240 p. Known to posterity as Scottorum Malleus – the Hammer of the Scots – Edward I was one of medieval England’s most formidable kings. This book offers a fresh interpretation of Edward’s military career, with a particular focus on his Scottish wars. In part this is a study of personality: Edward was a remarkable man. His struggles with tenacious opponents...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2014. — 922 p. The Scottish soldier has been at war for over 2000 years. Until now, no reference work has attempted to examine this vast heritage of warfare.A Military History of Scotland offers readers an unparalleled insight into the evolution of the Scottish military tradition. This wide-ranging and extensively illustrated volume traces the military...
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Oxford University Press, 2016. — 576 p. This is the first full-length study of Scottish royal government in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries ever to have been written. It uses untapped legal evidence to set out a new narrative of governmental development. Between 1124 and 1290, the way in which kings of Scots ruled their kingdom transformed. By 1290 accountable officials, a...
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Oxbow Books, 2016. — 200 p. Trusty's Hill is an early medieval fort at Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway. The hillfort comprises a fortified citadel defined by a vitrified rampart around its summit, with a number of enclosures looping out along lower-lying terraces and crags. The approach to its summit is flanked on one side by a circular rock-cut basin and on the other...
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Cambridge University Press, 1982. — 363 p. List of figures page List of tables Acknowledgements Introduction Scotland before 1707 Scotland from 1707 to 1821 General review Agricultural improvement The planned village movement The whisky industry Scotland from 1821 to 1914 General review Glasgow and the Clyde The iron and steel industry Crofting in north Scotland Scotland since...
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Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1866 Note: All of the chapters are .pdf files for which you will need the free adobe reader. By default we have reduced the file sizes to make them more easy to download especially for dial-up visitors. You have a choice of downloading a complete volume or parts of it. Preface I have commenced the History of Scotland at the accession of...
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Chronos Books, 2017. — 168 p. Margaret Tudor was Henry VIII's older sister and became the Queen of Scotland after her marriage to James IV in 1503. Her life was troubled and fraught with tension. She was continually caught between her country of birth and the country she ruled. After James IV's death, she made the disastrous decision to marry the Earl of Angus, threatening her...
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John Donald Press, 2009. — 255 p. The History of War and Conquest usually resounds to the noise of battle: exciting, certainly, but ultimately misleading because the war truly begins when the invading army, conquest complete, goes home. It is the relationship between the native population those remaining behind as part of the new administration which holds the key to our...
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Ballantine Books, 2016. — 605 p. — ISBN 0345521390. From bestselling author and acclaimed historian Alison Weir comes the first biography of Margaret Douglas, the beautiful, cunning niece of Henry VIII of England who used her sharp intelligence and covert power to influence the succession after the death of Elizabeth I.Royal Tudor blood ran in her veins. Her mother was a queen,...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2007. — 320 pages. — The New Edinburgh History of Scotland — ISBN: 0748612335 During this period, Scotland first emerged on the stage of history. Beginning with the Christian kingdoms of Northumbria and Pictavia, which dominated northern Britain, Alex Woolf describes the collapse of the Old Order under the Vikings, the rise of Alba, the...
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Ростов н/Д: Изд-во Рост. ун-та, 2006. — 320 с. — ISBN 5-9275-0220-2. Монография является первым в отечественной историографии исследованием клановой системы Горной Шотландии, которая рассматривается в широком контексте социокультурного, экономического и геополитического развития эпохи европейской модернизации. Предметом исследования в монографии стали представления о родстве в...
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СПб.: Алетейя, 2011. — 168 с. — (Pax Britannica). — ISBN 978-5-91419-385-7. Исследование рассматривает комплекс англо-шотландских отношений в первой половине XV в., завязанных как на высокой политике Лондона и Эдинбурга, так и на региональных трендах, формируемых лордами англо-шотландского пограничья и знатью шотландского Лоуленда и Хайленда. Особое место в работе уделено...
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СПб.: Алетейя, 2011. — 168 с. — (Pax Britannica). — ISBN 978-5-91419-385-7. Исследование рассматривает комплекс англо-шотландских отношений в первой половине XV в., завязанных как на высокой политике Лондона и Эдинбурга, так и на региональных трендах, формируемых лордами англо-шотландского пограничья и знатью шотландского Лоуленда и Хайленда. Особое место в работе уделено...
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СПб.: Евразия, 2003. — 336 с. — (Clio fundationis). ISBN 5-8071-0120-0. История Шотландии известна отечественному читателю в основном по романам Вальтера Скотта, посвященным бурной переломной эпохе Английской революции и падения Стюартов. В остальном Шотландия появляется на страницах книг и журналов только в роли непримиримой противницы Англии. И уж совсем мало внимания...
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Перевод, научная ред., вступит. статья С. В. Иванов. – М.: Вече, 2008. – 336 с. ISBN 978-5-9533-2767-1 (Вече) Что мы знаем о Шотландии? Пожалуй немного. Кое-что из романов Вальтера Скотта да яркий кинематографический образ шотландского «Горца» – Дункана Мак-Лауда. Эта книга представит вам древнюю страну на севере Британии в исчерпывающей исторической конкретности: как...
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М.: Вече, 2008. – 336 с. (Terra Historica). ISBN 978-5-9533-2767-1. Что мы знаем о Шотландии? Пожалуй немного. Кое-что из романов Вальтера Скотта да яркий кинематографический образ шотландского «Горца» – Дункана Мак-Лауда. Эта книга представит вам древнюю страну на севере Британии в исчерпывающей исторической конкретности: как хранительницу ныне почти забытых традиций ещё...
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М.: Вече, 2008. — 336 с. Что мы знаем о Шотландии? Пожалуй немного. Кое-что из романов Вальтера Скотта да яркий кинематографический образ шотландского «Горца» — Дункана Мак-Лауда. Эта книга представит вам древнюю страну на севере Британии в исчерпывающей исторической конкретности: как хранительницу ныне почти забытых традиций еще докельтской (!) культуры полулегендарной...
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СПб.: Евразия, 2003. — 336 с. История Шотландии известна отечественному читателю в основном по романам Вальтера Скотта, посвященным бурной переломной эпохе Английской революции и падения Стюартов. В остальном Шотландия появляется на страницах книг и журналов только в роли непримиримой противницы Англии. И уж совсем мало внимания уделяется тому периоду, когда оба государства...
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СПб.: Евразия, 2003. — 336 с. История Шотландии известна отечественному читателю в основном по романам Вальтера Скотта, посвященным бурной переломной эпохе Английской революции и падения Стюартов. В остальном Шотландия появляется на страницах книг и журналов только в роли непримиримой противницы Англии. И уж совсем мало внимания уделяется тому периоду, когда оба государства мирно...
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The Letters In The Casket. (A transcription of the contempory copies of the letters used against Mary Stewart, Queen of Scotland, in the case of the murder of her husband, Lord Henry of Darnley. )
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Не так много переведено на русский язык книг, посвящённых истории отдельно Шотландии, а не всей Британии (что значит, в основном историю Англии). Потому из этой книги можно почерпнуть и исторические сведения. Но основная её ценность в легендах о великих шотландцах, которые сложно вычитать в иных изданиях.
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М: Б. С. Г.-Пресс, 2005. — 479 с.: ил. — ISBN 5-93381-168-8. «История Шотландии» Вальтера Скотта, написанная им в 1827—1832 гг. — чтение не менее увлекательное, чем его знаменитые исторические романы, которыми все мы зачитывались в детстве. Предназначая свой труд в первую очередь внуку, писатель, по его признанию, надеялся написать так, чтобы «было понятно ребенку и интересно...
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М: Б. С. Г.-Пресс, 2005. — 479 с.: ил. — ISBN 5-93381-168-8. «История Шотландии» Вальтера Скотта, написанная им в 1827—1832 гг. — чтение не менее увлекательное, чем его знаменитые исторические романы, которыми все мы зачитывались в детстве. Предназначая свой труд в первую очередь внуку, писатель, по его признанию, надеялся написать так, чтобы «было понятно ребенку и интересно...
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Монография. — М.: ИВИ РАН, 1996. — 235 с. — ISBN 5-201-00475-X. Качественная научная работа, посвященная малоосвещенной в русскоязычной литературе теме истории средневековой Шотландии. Автор, старший научный сотрудник ИВИ РАН, дает обзор составных частей королевства скоттов, прослеживает развитие единой монархии, феодальных отношений, клановой системы. Основной упор делается на...
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СПб.: Евразия, 2014. — 384 с. — (Clio). — ISBN 978-5-91852-081-9, 978-5-906518-019-4. Это первое и пока единственное на русском языке многогранное исследование по истории средневековой Шотландии. Автор, старший научный сотрудник Института Всеобщей Истории РАН, дает обзор составных частей Королевства Скоттов, прослеживает развитие единой монархии, феодальных отношений, клановой...
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