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Title: Duthac Wigmore and Ninian Wallace: Scottish saints and personal names in the later middle ages
Author(s): Turpie, Tom
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Editor(s): Hammond, Matthew
Sponsor: University of Edinburgh
Citation: Turpie T (2019) Duthac Wigmore and Ninian Wallace: Scottish saints and personal names in the later middle ages. In: Hammond M (ed.) Personal Names and Naming Practices in Medieval Scotland. Studies in Celtic History, 39. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp. 213-220.
Keywords: Naming Patterns
Late Medieval Scotland
Issue Date: 2019
Date Deposited: 25-Aug-2021
Series/Report no.: Studies in Celtic History, 39
Abstract: This article focuses on three lists of Scottish personal names from 1440, 1513 and 1560, to explore changing patterns in the use of male personal names in Scotland between the early fifteenth century and the Reformation. It considers whether these lists, in conjunction with a range of other contemporary sources, support or refute the devotional nationalism thesis. It also explores what naming patterns can tell us about the popularity of a particular group Scottish saints cults in the period.
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