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Title: 'A fell coniuracioun agayn Robert the douchty king': the Soules conspiracy of 1318-1320
Author(s): Penman, Michael A
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Keywords: Scotland
Bruce Wars of Independence
Edward II
Declaration of Arbroath
Scotland History
Scotland History Robert I, 1306-1329
Robert King of Scots 1274-1329
Issue Date: Apr-1999
Date Deposited: 18-Mar-2010
Citation: Penman MA (1999) 'A fell coniuracioun agayn Robert the douchty king': the Soules conspiracy of 1318-1320. The Innes Review, 50 (1), pp. 25-57.
Abstract: An anlysis of the plot against Robert I, discovered in 1320, and hitherto dismissed as a scheme led by a desparate minority: this paper argues that the plot ran over a longer period of time than previsously recognised and involved potentially many more Scots - it was in fact a Balliol plot to dethrone Bruce.
DOI Link: 10.3366/inr.1999.50.1.25
Rights: The editor has granted permission for use of this article in this Repository. The article was first published in The Innes Review by Edinburgh University Press / Scottish Catholic Historical Association.

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