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|Title:||"The king wishes and commands"? Reassessing political assembly in Scotland, c.1286-1329|
|Citation:||Penman M (2018) "The king wishes and commands"? Reassessing political assembly in Scotland, c.1286-1329. In: Damen M, Haemers J & Mann A (eds.) Political Representation: Communities, Ideas and Institutions in Europe (C. 1200 - C. 1690). Later Medieval Europe, 15. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 123-141. https://brill.com/view/title/34694|
|Series/Report no.:||Later Medieval Europe, 15|
|Abstract:||A reassessment of Robert Bruce/I's dealings with Scotland's parliament (1306-29) to challenege the idea that he simply initimidated and manipulated this assembly, arguing that in fact such an assembly surely pressurised his regime to respond on matters such as succession, war/foreign policy, inheritance, war damages, famine/disease, finance, the conduct of royal officers, justice/laws etc, and that his reign thus saw a dynamic development of the representational, participative and supervisory role of the estates in Scotland.|
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