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|Title:||Antiquaries in Pre-Reformation Scotland|
|Author(s):||Williams, Kelsey Jackson|
|Citation:||Williams KJ (2021) Antiquaries in Pre-Reformation Scotland. In: A Companion to Renaissance Antiquarianism. Leiden: Brill.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: Recent scholarship has dramatically redrawn the period boundaries which traditionally characterized Scottish history. Instead of the pre-Reformation Middle Ages suddenly blossoming into Reformed early modernity in 1560 as had been the dominant paradigm for much of the twentieth century, a new generation of scholars has seen the steady growth of a Scottish Renaissance culture beginning in the late fifteenth century and a protracted period of reform, both Catholic and Protestant, which extended over much of the sixteenth.|
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