Burgess, Merchant and Priest: The Medieval Scottish Town - The making of Scotland (Paperback)
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Burgess, Merchant and Priest: The Medieval Scottish Town - The making of Scotland (Paperback)

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This work examines what life was like in the new communities founded by David I in the 12th century, such as Perth, Aberdeen, Elgin, Edinburgh and Glasgow. It looks at houses, clothes and lifestyles, and also in relation to the religious houses which played such an important part in their life.

Publisher: Birlinn General
ISBN: 9781841581477
Number of pages: 64
Weight: 217 g
Dimensions: 260 x 190 x 4 mm

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“Is the Scottish Experience Distinctive?”

Subtitled ‘Burgh Life in the Scottish Medieval Town’, Derek Hall’s introductory overview to this subject forms part of Historic Scotland’s series of books on ‘The Making of Scotland’. This instalment to the series has... More

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