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Title: Towers and Households in Later Medieval Scotland
Author(s): Oram, Richard
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Editor(s): Oram, Richard D
Citation: Oram R (2015) Towers and Households in Later Medieval Scotland. In: Oram RD (ed.) 'A House That Thieves Might Knock At'. Tower Studies, 1 & 2. Donington: Shaun Tyas, pp. 231-257.
Keywords: Towers
elite households
status symbols
Issue Date: 2015
Date Deposited: 14-May-2015
Series/Report no.: Tower Studies, 1 & 2
Abstract: This paper explores the relationship between internal space and communication arrangements in two later medieval great towers in Scotland - Borthwick Castle and the so-called Kitchen Tower at Doune Castle - and the household structures and social relationships of the families who built and occupied them.
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