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Title: Editors' Introduction (The Exercise of Power in Medieval Scotland, c. 1200-1500)
Author(s): Ross, Alasdair
Boardman, Steve
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Editor(s): Ross, Alasdair D
Boardman, Steve
Citation: Ross A & Boardman S (2003) Editors' Introduction (The Exercise of Power in Medieval Scotland, c. 1200-1500). In: Ross Alasdair D, Boardman Steve (ed.). The Exercise of Power in Medieval Scotland, c. 1200-1500, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 15-22.
Keywords: Medieval scotland
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Four Courts Press
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Affiliation: History
University of Edinburgh

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