Essays on the Nobility of Medieval Scotland

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Plates (between pp. 200 and 201)
1Charter of David, earl of Huntingdon, to Hugh Giffard
2Charter of Earl David to Gillecrist, earl of Mar
3Charter of Earl David to the priory of Holy Trinity (Aldgate), London
4Inverlochy Castle, Inverness-shire
5Siege-tower
6Crichton Castle, Midlothian
7Colmslie, Hillslap and Langshaw Towers, Roxburghshire
8Drum Castle, Aberdeenshire
9Dalhousie Castle, Midlothian
10Motte-building
11Bothwell Castle, Lanarkshire
12Dalquharran (Old) Castle, Ayrshire
13Dean Castle, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
14Huntingtower, Perthshire
15Borthwick Castle, Midlothian
Figures
1Distribution of feudal holdings recorded by 12143
2Distribution of burghs recorded by 12144
3Distribution of monastic foundations of all kinds recorded by 12145
4Distribution of mottes in Scotland6
5Distribution of castles recorded by 12497
6The Tweed valley8
7South-west Scotland9
Tables
1Conjectural descent of the earldom and lands of Caithness in the mid-thirteenth century35
2Frequency of occurrence of witnesses in Earl Roger de Quincy's extant charters106
3Earl Roger de Quincy's inner circle108
4Earl Roger de Quincy's outer circle109
5The Balliol family in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries153
6Extinctions in the direct male line among Scottish ducal and comital families, 1300–1500212
7Extinctions in the direct male line among the families of leading Scottish barons and lords of parliament, 1325–1500215
8Extinctions in the direct male line among the Scottish and English higher nobilities, 1325–1500216
9Earl William Sinclair's descendants244

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