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|Title:||The Scottish Parliaments: the role of ritual and procession in the pre-1707 parliament and the new parliament of 1999|
|Citation:||Mann A (2006) The Scottish Parliaments: the role of ritual and procession in the pre-1707 parliament and the new parliament of 1999. In: Crewe E, Muller MG (ed.). Rituals in Parliaments: Political, Anthropological and Historical Perspectives on Europe and the United States, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 135-158.|
|Abstract:||This essay explores the significance of ritual in the pre-1707 Scottish Parliament and contrasts the late medieval and early modern ceremonial culture it wit that introduced with the new Scottish Parliament which first met in 1999 following a successful devolution referendum|
|Rights:||The publisher and editors have granted permission for use of this work in this Repository. Published in Rituals in Parliaments: Political, Anthropological and Historical Perspectives on Europe and the United States, ed. by Emma Crewe and Marion G Müller, published by Peter Lang: https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/56030?tab=toc&format=PBK|
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