Essays on the Nobility of Medieval Scotland

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CONTENTS
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Contributorsv
Illustrationsvi
Abbreviationsvii
Introductionxiii
1Charter Evidence and the Distribution of Mottes in Scotland Grant G. Simpson and Bruce Webster1
Appendix I13
Appendix II22
2The Earldom of Caithness and the Kingdom of Scotland, 1150–1266 Barbara E. Crawford25
3The Early Lords of Lauderdale, Dryburgh Abbey and St Andrew's Priory at Northampton Keith Stringer44
Appendix62
4The Charters of David, Earl of Huntingdon and Lord of Garioch: A Study in Anglo-Scottish Diplomatic Keith Stringer72
5The Familia of Roger de Quincy, Earl of Winchester and Constable of Scotland Grant G. Simpson102
Appendix130
6The Political Role of Walter Comyn, Earl of Menteith, during the Minority of Alexander HI of Scotland Alan Young131
7The Balliol Family and the Great Cause of 1291–2 Geoffrey Stell150
8James Fifth Stewart of Scotland, 1260(?)-1309 Geoffrey Barrow and Ann Royan166
Appendix I188
Appendix II191
9The Scottish Medieval Castle: Form, Function and 'Evolution' Geoffrey Stell195
10Extinction of Direct Male Lines among Scottish Noble Families in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries Alexander Grant210
Appendix225
11William Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, and his Family: A Study in the Politics of Survival Barbara E. Crawford232
Appendix252

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