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John Donald

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  • Paperback | Pub: 07 Jun 2018
    £20.00

    Jordan Fantosme was a twelfth-century cleric, teacher and poet, possibly a member of the royal or baronial court, writing for King Henry II. His Chronicle describes some of the events and actions of the civil war between Henry II and his eldest son...

  • Paperback | Pub: 15 Dec 2003
    £20.00

    In its heyday Cellardyke was one of the major fishing ports on the east coast of Scotland and even today, almost sixty years after amalgamating with its neighbour Anstruther, the village retains much of its former character and individuality. The...

  • Paperback | Pub: 01 Aug 2008
    £25.00

    This study explores the history of the western seaboard of Scotland (the Hebrides, Argyll and the Isle of Man) in a formative but often neglected era: the central middle ages, from the mightly Somerled to his descendant John MacDonald, the first...

  • Paperback | Pub: 02 Nov 2011
    £30.00

    The kingdoms of the Dal Riata and the Picts, by their union in the ninth century, formed the nucleus of medieval Scotland. The author, a recognised authority on sources of early Scottish history, has made a fresh critical analysis of the evidence...

  • Paperback | Pub: 18 Jul 2011
    £20.00

    The events of 1000-1130 were crucial to the successful emergence of the medieval kingdom of the Scots. Yet this is one of the least researched periods of Scottish history. We probably now know more about the Picts than the post-1000 events that...

  • Paperback | Pub: 17 May 2011
    £16.99

    The book describes a golden time in Scotland before many of the twentieth-century changes had taken full effect. It is based on the recollections of over thirty inhabitants of Kinross-shire: from the farmer who oversaw the introduction of tractors...

  • Paperback | Pub: 04 Jan 2016
    £30.00

    John Bannerman (1932-2008) saw the history of Scotland from a Gaelic perspective, and his outstanding scholarship made thatperspective impossible to ignore. As a historian, his natural home was the era between the Romans and the twelfth century when...

  • Paperback | Pub: 01 Nov 2009
    £25.00

    Land for the People? covers a previously neglected period which saw the formative legislation and policies which continue to shape Highland life. Drawing on a wider range of sources, both public and private, than hitherto, Ewen Cameron delivers an...

  • Hardback | Pub: 29 Sep 2010
    £70.00

    Sir Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk’s masterful study traces the Scots law of succession from the earliest period of recorded Scottish history to the twentieth century. This is a study of Scotland and its people, through an investigation into the...

  • Paperback | Pub: 20 Jun 2011
    £25.00

    This book is the first modern account devoted to the major Scottish noble family the Gordons of Huntly. It examines the family’s changing relations with the Crown, the Scottish government, their noble contemporaries and the Highland clans...

  • Hardback | Pub: 07 Jan 2021
    £70.00

    The legendary Scottish king Máel Coluim III, also known as ‘Malcolm Canmore’, is often held to epitomise Scotland’s ‘ancient Gaelic kings’. But Máel Coluim and his dynasty were in fact newcomers, and their legitimacy and status were far...

  • Hardback | Pub: 06 May 2014

    Highly regarded in India and Persia to this day, Sir John Malcolm is remarkably little known in his native Scotland. This book describes his extraordinary journey from modest origins to become a leading player in the transformation of the East India...

  • Paperback | Pub: 17 Aug 2017
    £14.99

    Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, has long been portrayed as one of history’s romantically tragic figures. Devious, naive, beautiful and sexually voracious, often highly principled, she secured the Scottish throne and bolstered the position of the...

  • Paperback | Pub: 06 Sep 2010
    £20.00

    The North Britons are the least-known among the inhabitants of early medieval Scotland. Like the Picts and Vikings they played an important role in the shaping of Scottish history during the first millennium AD but their part is often neglected or...

  • Paperback | Pub: 30 Oct 2008
    £25.00

    This large-scale anthology of early Scottish Literature, now revised, has been designed as a teaching text for use by school and university students. Longer works are either presented complete – e.g. James I, King is Quair; as long extracts...

  • Hardback | Pub: 16 Nov 2017
    £25.00

    Henry Duncan was a man of many parts: parish minister, savings bank founder, political lobbyist, anti-slavery campaigner, educator, geologist, poet, author. He restored the Ruthwell Cross, a medieval monument of international importance. He also...

  • Hardback | Pub: 07 Nov 2019
    £70.00

    The defeat of the Scots in the Battle of Flodden in 1513 left many of the leaders of Scottish society, including King James IV, lying dead on the battlefield. The long and complex minority of King James V which followed is explored in detail in this...

  • Paperback | Pub: 10 Sep 2010
    £20.00

    THIS IS THE story of a Scottish island as it has never been told before. While many books on the Hebrides are a litany of agricultural statistics and population movements, this is the story of the landlords, tacksmen, cottars and others who actually...

  • Paperback | Pub: 22 Sep 2008
    £20.00

    Irish immigrants and their descendants have made a vital contribution to the creation of modern Scotland. This book is the first collection of essays on the Irish in Scotland for almost twenty years, and brings together for the first time all the...

  • Hardback | Pub: 10 Oct 2019
    £40.00

    This collection of innovative essays celebrates the New Town of Edinburgh over the 250 years since its original creation. The contributing authors discuss the intellectual, economic and political contexts which provided the impetus for the city of...