This is a collection of articles and resources aimed at anyone interested in Scotland between A.D. 500 and 1603, from about when the King of Dál Riata moved from Ireland to Argyll to when King James VI of Scotland inherited the English throne. Because medieval Scotland was not isolated from its surroundings in either space or time, there are also some articles concerning related regions and the focus time span is somewhat flexible.
Some of the articles discuss not only what was done in Scotland in the Middle Ages but also how modern people might re-create aspects of medieval Scottish culture. While this may be of direct interest mainly to novelists and historical re-creators (such as those involved with battle re-enactment societies, renaissance fairs, or the SCA), this way of looking at things can also help clarify and illustrate actual medieval practice for anyone.
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angela schijf pictures videoScottish Medieval Bibliography A bibliography of web and paper published books and articles on various aspects of medieval Scotland, including general history, Gaelic Scotland, The War of Independence (1296-1328), languages, towns, and handfasting and marriage. The Literature and Published Primary Sources sections in particlar have a number of links to texts available online.
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The Literature section of the Scottish Medieval Bibliography includes links to online works of medieval Scottish literature (mainly poems in Middle Scots, a language related to Middle English, including Barbour's Bruce).
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