Medieval Bibliography

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Abernethy, D 1995 'Dunamuck Cottage (Kilmichael Glassary parish)enclosure', Discovery Excav Scot, 64.

Abernethy, D 1998 'Trevenek (Kilmartin parish), dun', Discovery Excav Scot, 20.

Abernethy, D 2002a 'Kilmartin House Garden (Kilmartin parish)', Discovery Excav Scot,19.

Abernethy, D 2002b Bruach an Druimein, Kilmartin Glen, Mid Argyll: Data Structure Report, GUARD Project 977. Unpublished mss. GUARD, University of Glasgow.

Abernethy, D 2008 'Bruach An Druimein, Poltalloch, Argyll: excavations directed by the late Eric Cregeen 1960-62', Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports [online] 27. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available at <http://www.sair.org.uk/sair27/index.html>[Accessed 06 December 2011].

Aberth, J 2002 From the Brink of the Apocalypse: Confronting Famine, Plague, War and Death In the Later Middle AgesRoutledge: London

Anderson, A O and Anderson, M O (eds) 1961 Adomnan's Life of Columba, Edinburgh.

Aitchison, N B 1994 Armagh and the Royal Centres in Early Medieval Ireland. Cruithne Press: Woodbridge.

Aiton, W 1811 Agriculture of the County of Ayr, County Agriculture Reports: London.

Alcock, L, 1976 'A multi-disciplinary chronology for Alt Clut, Castle Rock, Dumbarton', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 107, 103–113.

Alcock, L 1980 'Early historic settlement problems in Scotland', in Morrison, A (ed) Rural Settlement Studies: Some Recent Work, 1-6, Department of Archaeology: University of Glasgow.

Alcock, L 1988 'The activities of potentates in Celtic Britain AD 500-800: a positivist approach', in Driscoll, S T and Nieke, M R (eds) Power and Politics in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 22-39.

Alcock, L 1995 Cadbury Castle: The Early Medieval Archaeology, University of Wales Press: Cardiff

Alcock, L 2003 Kings and Warriors Craftsmen and Priests in Northern Britain AD 550-850, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh

Alcock, L E A and Alcock, P A 1979 'Deserted settlements at Burg, Kilninian, Isle of Mull', Vernacular Buildings 5, 25-32, Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group Newsletter, Dundee and Edinburgh.

Alcock, L E A and Alcock, E 1980 'Scandinavian settlement in the Inner Hebrides: recent research on place-names and in the field'. Scot Archaeol Forum 10, 61-73.

Alcock, L E A and Alcock, E 1987 'Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974-84: 2, Excavations at Dunollie Castle, Oban, Argyll 1978', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 117, 119-147.

Alcock, L and Alcock, E 1992 'Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974-84; 5: A, Excavations and other fieldwork at Forteviot, Perthshire, 1981; B, Excavations at Urquhart Castle, Inverness-shire, 1983; C, Excavations at Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, 1984', Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 122 (1992), 215-87.

Alcock, L 1993 `Image and icon in Pictish sculpture’, in Spearman, R M and Higgitt, J (eds) The Age of Migrating Ideas. Early Medieval Art in Northern Britain and Ireland, Sutton: Stroud, 230-236

Alexander D 2005, ‘Redcastle, Lunan Bay, Angus: the excavation of an Iron Age timber-lined souterrain and a Pictish barrow cemetery’. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 135, 41-118.

Allen, D 2002 'Provincial Readers and Book Culture in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Perth library, 1784-c.1800', The Library, The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 3.4 (Dec 2002), 367-89.

Allen, D 2003 'The Scottish Enlightenment and the Politics of Provincial Culture: The Perth Literary and Antiquarian Society ca. 1784-1790', Eighteenth-Century Life 27.3 (Fall 2003), 1-30.

Allen, N G 1979 'Walling Materials in the Eighteenth Century Highlands', Vernacular Buildings 5, Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group Newsletter, Dundee and Edinburgh 1979, 1-7.

Alkemade, M 1997 'Elite lifestyle and the transformation of the Roman World in Northern Gaul', in Webster, L and Brown, M (eds) The Transformation of the Roman World AD 400-900, British Museum: London, 180-93.

Anderson, A A 1939 'Scottish medieval churches still used for divine service', Transactions of the Scottish Ecclesiological Society, vol. 12 (1938-9), 111-6.

Anderson, A O 1908 Scottish Annals from English Chroniclers: AD 500 to 1286, David Nutt: London.

Andersen, S H 2007 'Shell middens (“Kokkenmøddinger”) in Danish Prehistory as a reflection of the marine environment', in Milner, N., Craig, O E and Bailey, G N (eds) Shell middens in Atlantic Europe, Oxbow: Oxford, 31-45.

Andrews, G and Barrett, J C 1999 'Why Cost Effective Archaeology Needs A New Research Agenda', in IFA Yearbook 1999. IFA: Reading, 40.

Anon. 1816 An Account of the Depredations committed on the Clan Campbell, and their followers, during the years 1685 and 1686, By the Troops of the Duke of Gordon. Marquis of Athol, Lord Strathnaver, and others; when the Earl of Argyll rose in arms to oppose the Tyranny of James VII with an estimate of the losses sustained, and the names of the Sufferers. Lochgilphead Archives Ref 941.423 L.C: Edinburgh

AOC (Scotland) Unlocated cemetery of five barrows in Perthshire unpublished report. Available at http://www.aocarchaeology.com/news/a-pictish-cemetery Last accessed 21 Jun 2012

Armit, I 1997 'Post-medieval settlement at Druim Nan Dearcag', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 127, 899-919.

Armit I 1999 ‘The abandonment of souterrains: evolution, catastrophe or dislocation?’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 110, 346-55

Ashmore, P J 1980 ‘Low cairns, long cists and symbol stones’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 110, 346-55

Atkinson, J A A 1995 Medieval or Later Rural Settlement (MOLRS) Study: Recommendations Towards a Policy Statement. GUARD Report 202. Unpublished mss. GUARD, University of Glasgow.

Atkinson, J A A 2000 'Rural settlement on north Lochtayside: understanding the landscapes of change', in Atkinson, J A A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland England and Wales. British Series 293: Oxford, 150-160.

Atkinson, J A A., Banks I and MacGregor G (eds) 2000 Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland England and Wales, British Archaeological Reports British Series 293: Oxford.

Atkinson, J A A., Lelong, O., MacGregor, G and MacLellan, K G 2004 Ben Lawers Historic Landscape Project: Excavations at Kiltyre and Meall Greigh. GUARD Report 1580. Unpublished mss. GUARD. University of Glasgow.

Austin, D 1997 'The 'proper study' of medieval archaeology', in Austin and Alcock (eds), 1997 From the Baltic to the Black Sea Studies in Medieval Archaeology, Routledge: London, 9-42.

Austin, D 2007 Acts of Perception: A Study of Barnard Castle in Teesdale, English Heritage: London (=Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland Research Report 6).

Austin, D and Alcock, L (eds) 1997 From the Baltic to the Black Sea Studies in Medieval Archaeology, Routledge: London.

Austin, D and Thomas, J 1997 'The 'proper study' of medieval archaeology: a case study', in Austin and Alcock (eds), 1997 From the Baltic to the Black Sea Studies in Medieval Archaeology,Routledge: London, 43-78.

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Baker, F 1999 'Kilmartin (Kilmartin parish)', Discovery Excav Scot 19.

Ballantyne, C K and A G Dawson 2003 'Geomorphology and Landscape Change'. in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds), Scotland After the Ice Age: Environment, Archaeology and History 8000 BC - AD 1000, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 109-125.

Ballin Smith, B 1995 'Reindeer antler combs at Howe. Contact between late Iron Age Orkney and Norway', Universitetets Oldsaksamling Årbok 1993/1994. Oslo.

Ballin Smith, B 2007 'Norwick: Shetland's First Viking Settlement?' in Ballin Smith, B., Taylor S and Williams, G (eds) West over Sea. Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement Before 1300, Brill: Leiden, 287-297.

Bangor-Jones, M 1987 'Pennylands and ouncelands in Sutherland and Caithness', in Macgregor, L J and Crawford, B E (eds) Ouncelands and Pennylands, University of St Andrews: St Andrews (St Johns House Papers No 3), 13-23.

Banham, D (ed) 1991 Monasteriales Indicia The Anglo-Saxon Monastic Sign Language, Anglo-Saxon Books: Pinnere.

Banks, I 1996 Rural Society and Settlement: Isolated Monuments and Farming Communities in Northern and Western Scotland in the Late Atlantic Iron Age. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Banks, I and Atkinson, J A A 2000 'Bragar Townships Project: developing a methodology for locating hidden settlement patterns', in Atkinson, J A A., Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland England and Wales, British Archaeological Reports British Series 293: Oxford. 69-77.

Banks, I and MacGregor, G (eds) 2000 Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland England and Wales, British Archaeological Reports British Series 293: Oxford.

Bannerman, J 1974 Studies in the History of Dalriada. Scottish Academic Press: Edinburgh.

Bannerman, J 1977a 'The MacLachlans of Kilbride and their Manuscripts' Scottish Studies 21 (1977), 1-34.

Bannerman, J 1977b 'The Lordship of the Isles', in Brown, J M (ed) 1977 Scottish Society in the Fifteenth Century. Edward Arnold: London, 209-249.

Barakat, R A 1975 The Cistercian Sign Language, Kalamazoo: Cistercian Studies Series 11.

Barber, J and Crone, B A 1993 'Crannogs; a diminishing resource? A survey of the crannogs of south-west Scotland and excavations at Buiston', Antiquity 67, 520-534.

Barclay, G., Mercer, R., Rideout, J and Ritchie, G 1983 'Upper Largie (Kilmartin parish)' Discovery Excav Scot, 22-23.

Barrell, A D M 2000 Medieval Scotland, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Barrett, G F and Graham, B J 1975 'Some considerations concerning the dating and distribution of ringforts in Ireland', Ulster J of Archaeol 38, 33-45.

Barrett, J H 1997 Fish trade in Norse Orkney and Caithness: a zooarchaeological approach, Antiquity 71, 611-38.

Barrett, J H (ed) 2003 Contact, continuity and collapse: the Norse colonisation of the North Atlantic. Turnhout: Brepols.

Barrett, J (ed) 2012 Being an Islander. Production and identity at Quoygrew, Orkney AD 900-1600. McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge

Barrett, J., Carver, M., Downes, J and Hooper, J (forthcoming) ‘The Pitcarmick Houses: preliminary investigations (1993-5) and a re-assessment’ (in review)

Barrett, J C and Downes, J 1993 'North Pitcarmick (Kirkmichael parish)', Discovery Excav Scot, 102-103.

Barrett, J C and Downes, J 1994a 'North Pitcarmick (Kirkmichael parish)', Discovery Excav Scot, 87-88.

Barrett J C and Downes J 1994b Interim report on Excavations at Pitcarmick, Perthshire, unpublished typescript

Barrett, J., Beukens, R P., Simpson, I., Ashmore, P., Poaps, S and Huntley, J 2000 'What was the Viking Age and when did it happen? -a view from Orkney.' Norwegian Archaeological Review 33, 1-39

Barrett, J H., Beukens, R P and Nicholson, R A 2001a 'Diet and Ethnicity during the Viking colonisation of Northern Scotland: Evidence from the fish bones and stable carbon isotopes', Antiquity 75, 145-54.

Barrett, J., James, H., O'Connor, T and Dobson, S 2001b 'Quoygrew-Nether Trenabie'. Discovery Excav Scot, 69-70.

Barrett, J H and Richards, M P 2004 'Identity, Gender, Religion and Economy: New Isotope and Radiocarbon Evidence for Marine Resource Intensification in Early Historic Orkney, Scotland, UK', European Journal of Archaeology 7, 249-71.

Barrett, J H and Slater, A 2009 'New excavations at the Brough of Deerness: Power and religion in Viking Age Scotland', Journal of North Atlantic 2, 81-94.

Barrow, G W S 1973 The Kingdom of the Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Barrow, G W S 1981 Kingship and Unity: Scotland 1000-1306, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Barrow, G W S 1988 Robert Bruce and the Community of the Realm of Scotland, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Barrow, G W S and Royan, A 1985 'James fifth Stewart of Scotland, 1260? - 1309' in Stringer, K J Essays on the Nobility of Medieval Scotland, John Donald: Edinburgh, 166-190.

Barrowman, R 2011 The Chapel and Burial Ground on St Ninian's Isle, Shetland: Excavations Past and Present. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 32: London

Barrowman, R., Becket A., Dalglish, C and McHardy I 2006 Dùn Èistean Archaeology Project Excavations 2006:Data Structure Report. GUARD Project 2217. Unpublished mss. GUARD, University of Glasgow.

Barry, T B 1988 ''The people of the country…dwell scattered' The pattern of rural settlement in Ireland in the later middle ages', in Bradley, J (ed) Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland, Boethius Press: Kilkenny, 345-360.

Bartlett, R 2001 A Medieval Panorama, London: Thames and Hudson.

Basile, G (ed) 2004 Fragments of Wall Paintings at the Santa Susanna Monastery in Rome, Istituto Centale per il Restauro and Scuola Biblioteca: Rome

Bateson, D and Hall, M A 2002 'Inchyra, Perthshire', in Abdy, R., Leins, I and Williams, J (eds) Coin Hoards from Roman Britain Vol. XI, 119-21, (Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication No 36): London.

Batey C E 1993 'A Norse horizontal mill in Orkney', ROSC: Review of Scottish Culture, 8, 20-8.

Batey, C E 2016 'Viking burials in Scotland: two "new" boat burial finds.' in Turner, VE., Owen, OA and Waugh, DJ (eds) Shetland in the Viking World: Proceedings of the 17th Viking Congress. Shetland Heritage: Lerwick 39-45.

 

Batey C E (forthcoming) 'A Viking Cemetery at Mid Ross, Loch Lomondside, Scotland', in Macgregor, G et al. (forthcoming) The Carrick Settlement Site, Loch Lomond.

Batey, C E forthcoming The Earl's Bu, Orphir. A Norse Economic Hub. Historic Environment Scotland/The Orcadian

Batey C, Morris C and Rackham C D 1995 Freswick Links, Caithness: excavation and survey of a Norse settlement, Highland Archaeology Monograph No. 1.

Batey, C E and Paterson, C 2013 'A Viking burial at Balnakeil, Sutherland', in Webster, L and Reynolds, A (eds) Early medieval art and archaeology in the northern world. Studies in honour of James Graham-Campbell. Brill:Leiden 631-61.

 

Becket, A and Batey, C 2014 'A stranger in the dunes? Rescue excavation of a Viking age burial at Cnoc nan Gall, Colonsay.' Proc Soc Antiq Scot 143, 303-318

Blackwell, A (forthcoming) ''A jewel of gold … placed in a silver dish' Early Historic Scotland AD 300- 900'. Glenmorangie: Edinburgh.

Bede, the Venerable, Ecclesiastical History of the English people, Knowles, D (ed) 1910 London and New York.

Begg, A (Undated mss) Old Section of Kilmartin Churchyard. Transcribed by Alan Begg with additional information by Tommy Semple and Margaret Semple

Begg, A 1999 Deserted Settlements of Kilmartin Parish, Argyll and Bute Library Service: Dunoon.

Begg, A 2002 Deserted Settlements of Glassary Parish, Argyll and Bute Library Service: Dunoon.

Bell, A S (ed) 1981 The Scottish Antiquarian Tradition Essays to mark the bicentenary of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1780-1980, John Donald: Edinburgh.

Bennett, H 1985 ''The Perth Glovers' Sword-Dance Dress of 1633', Costume 19 (1985), 40-57.

Bennie, T D 2004 The Analysis and 3-D Mapping of a Hearth by Soil Phosphate Analysis. Unpublished MPhil, University of Glasgow.

Bewley, R H, Crutchley, S P and Shell, C A 2005 'New light on an ancient landscape: lidar survey in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site', Antiquity 79, 636-647.

Bigelow G F 1985 'Sandwick, Unst and the late Norse Shetland economy', in Smith, B (ed) Shetland Archaeology, Lerwick, 95-127.

Bigelow G F 1987 'Domestic architecture in Medieval Shetland', Review of Scottish Culture, 3, 23-38.

Bil, A 1990 The Shieling 1600-1840, John Donald: Edinburgh

Bille, M and SØrensen, T F 2007 'An anthropology of luminosity: the agency of light', Journal of Material Culture 12 (2007), 263-84.

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Black, R I M 2000 'Scottish Fairs and Fair Names', Scottish Studies 33 (1999), 1-75.

Bloch, M 1954 The Historian's Craft, Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Boardman, S 2006 The Campbells 1250-1513, John Donald: Edinburgh.

Boardman, S and Ross, A 2003 The exercise of power in medieval Scotland, c. 1200-1500. Four Courts Press: Dublin

Bogliani, A P 2001 'The Corpse in the Middle Ages: The Problem of the Division of the Body', in Linehan and Nelson (eds), 2001 The Medieval World, Routledge: Abingdon, 327-41.

Bond, J M 2013 'Excavations at Hamar and Underhoull' in Turner, VE., Bond, JM and Larsen, A-C Viking Unst: Excavation and Survey in Northern Shetland 2006-2010, Shetland Heritage Publications: Lerwick 123-179.

Bond, J M and Dockrill, S J 2016 Viking Settlement and Pictish Estates: New Evidence from Orkney and Shetland, in Turner, VE., Owen, OA and Waugh, DJ (eds) Shetland in the Viking World: Proceedings of the 17th Viking Congress. Shetland Heritage: Lerwick 7-13.

Bond, J M., Outram, Z and Freeth, C M (eds) 2007 Viking Unst Project. Excavations at Hamar and the Upper House, Underhoull: Field Season 2007. Interim Report No. 2 (Data Structure Report). Bradford Archaeological Sciences Research 19. Bradford: Department of Archaeological Sciences/Shetland Amenity Trust.

Bond, J M., Outram, Z and Freeth, C M (eds) 2008 Viking Unst Project. Excavations at Hamar and the Upper House, Underhoull: Field Season 2008. Interim Report No. 3 (Data Structure Report). Bradford Archaeological Sciences Research 20. Bradford: Department of Archaeological Sciences/Shetland Amenity Trust.

Boogaart II, T A 2001 'Our Saviour's Blood: Procession and Community in Late Medieval Bruges', in Ashby, K and Muskin, W (eds) Moving Subjects: Processional Performance in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Amsterdam, 69-116.

Bowler, D, Cox, A and Smith, C 1995 (eds) 'Four excavations in Perth 1979-1984', Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 125, (1995), 917-99.

Bowler, D P 2004 Perth, the Archaeology and Development of a Scottish Burgh.Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee: Perth (= TAFAC Monograph 3).

Boyle, S 2003 'Ben Lawers: an Improvement-period landscape on Lochtayside, Perthshire', in Govan, S (ed) Medieval or Later Rural Settlement in Scotland: 10 Years on, Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, 17-29.

Boyle, S 2009 'Mapping Landscapes of the Improvement Period: Surveys of North Lochtayside, 1769 and 2000', in Dixon, P and Withers, C (eds) 'Mapping and Meaning: Essays to commemorate the Centenary of the RCAHMS', Scottish Geographical Journal 125 (1), 43- 60.

Bradford, E F 1991 MacTavish of Dunardry, E F Bradford: Whitby

Bradley, J 2002 'The rural house in medieval Ireland' in Ruralia 4, 211-215.

Bradley, R 1987 'Time regained- the creation of continuity', Journal British Archaeological Association 140, 1-17.

Bradley, R 1993 Altering the earth. The origins of monuments in Britain and continental Europe, (=The Rhind Lectures 1991-2) Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Brady, N and O'Conor, K 2005 'The later medieval usage of crannogs in Ireland' Ruralia 5, 127-136.

Brady, N 2006 'Personifying the Gael: something of a challenge for archaeologists' Eolas: The Journal of the American Society for Irish Medieval Studies 1, 8-26.

Brannigan, K and Merrony, C 2000 'The Hebridean Blackhouse on the Isle of Barra' Scot Arch J 22(1), 1-16.

Brannigan, K, Bumstead, J M, Barker, D, Foster, P and Merrony, C (eds) 2005 From Clan to Clearance: History and Archaeology on the Isle of Barra c. 850-1850 AD, Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Brannon, N F 1984 'A small excavation in Tildarg Townland, near Ballyclare, county Antrim', Ulster J of Archaeol 47 (1984), 163-170.

Breen, C 2005 The Gaelic Lordship of the O'Sullivan Beare: a landscape cultural history, Four Courts Press: Dublin.

Breen, C and Forsythe, W 2008 'Dunstaffnage Environs Project, Argyll and Bute (Kilmore and Kilbride parish), excavation', Discovery Excav Scot, new series 9, 45.

Brennand, M., Parker Pearsom, M and Smith, H 1997 The Viking Age Settlement at Kilphedar (Cille Pheadir) South Uist. Excavations in 1997, Sheffield University Department of Prehistory and Archaeology: Sheffield.

Brilliant, R 2009 'Making sounds visible in the Bayeux Tapestry', in Foys, M K , Overbey, K E and Terkla, D (eds) The Bayeux Tapestry New Interpretations, Boydell Press: Woodbridge, 71-84.

Brink, S and Price, N (eds) 2008. The Viking World, Routledge: London.

Brown, A 1997 'Civic Ritual: Bruges and the Counts of Flanders in the Later Middle Ages', English Historical Review CXII (1997), 277-99.

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Bryan, J 2008 A Medieval Island Settlement in Loch Glashan, Argyll: A Review of the Ceramic Assemblage. Unpublished undergraduate dissertation, University of Glasgow.

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Cachart, R 2000 'Excavations at 106-110 South Street, St Andrews', Tayside and Fife Archaeol J 6, 109-135.

Caldwell, D H 1982 Angels, Noble and Unicorns Art and Patronage in Medieval Scotland, National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Caldwell, D H 2002 'The Monymusk Reliquary: the Breccbennach of St Columba?', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 131 (2001), 267-82.

Caldwell, D H 2003 'Finlaggan, Islay – stones and inauguration ceremonies', in Welander, R., Breeze, D J and Clancy, T O (eds) The Stone of Destiny, Society Of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph Series No 22: Edinburgh, 61- 75.

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Caldwell, D H (forthcoming) 'The Sea-power of the Western Isles of Scotland in the Late Medieval Period' in Barrett J (ed) Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World, Boydell: Woodbridge.

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Campbell, A 2004 A History of Clan Campbell, Volume 3, From the restoration to the Present Day, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

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Campbell, E 2002 'The Western Isles pottery sequence', in Ballin-Smith, B and Banks, I (eds) In the shadow of the brochs: the iron age in Scotland, Tempus: Stroud, 139-44.

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Campbell, H 1922 'Extracts from Poltalloch Writs', The Genealogist 38 (71-77, 135-145, 183-193).

Campbell, H 1933 Abstracts of the Particular Register of Sasines for Argyll, Bute and Dunbarton Otherwise known as the Argyll Sasines. Vol. 1 Edinburgh

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Campbell, S (Undated mss) Glennan buckles, Unpublished report. National Museums of Edinburgh.

Carmichael, S., Kehane, A and Hall, N 1983 'Gallanach Bay (Kilmartin parish) circular depression, circular enclosure', Discovery Excav Scot, 24-25.

Carruthers, M 1990 The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Carruthers, M 1998 The Craft of Thought: Meditation, Rhetoric and the Making of Images 400-1200, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Carter, S 2001 'A reassessment of the origins of the St Andrews 'garden soil'', Tayside and Fife Archaeol J 7, 87-97.

Carver M O H 1986 Sutton in Context Settimane di Studio del Centro Italiano sull’Alto Medioevo 32, 77-117

Carver, M O H 1993 Arguments in Stone: Archaeological Research in the European Town in the First Millennium, Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Carver, M O H 1996 'On Archaeological Value', Antiquity 70(1), 45-56.

Carver, M O H 1999 Surviving in Symbols: a visit to the Pictish Nation, Birlinn: Edinburgh.

Carver M O H (ed) 2003 The Cross goes North. Processes of conversion in Northern Europe, AD300-1300, York Medieval Press: York.

Carver M O H 2005 'Sculpture in action: contexts for stone carving on the Tarbat peninsula, Easter Ross', in Foster, S M and Cross, M (eds) Able Minds and Practised Hands. Scotland's Early Medieval Sculpture in the 21st century, Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, 13-36.

Carver, M O H 2008 Portmahomack. Monastery of the Picts, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.

Carver, M 2009a 'Early Scottish monasteries and prehistory: a preliminary dialogue', The Scottish Historical Review 88, 332-351.

Carver, M 2011 Making Archaeology Happen: Design versus Dogma Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek

Carver M O H 2011b ‘What were they thinking? Intellectual territories in Anglo-Saxon England’ in Hamerow, H., Hinton, D A and Crawford, S (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology Oxford University Press: Oxford, 914-947.

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Internet Resources

 

A Corpus of Scottish Medieval Parish Churches: http://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/~cmas/sites.php

 

RCAHMS Canmore: http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/

 

The Historic Rural Settlement Group: http://www.molrs.org.uk/html/research.asp