Scottish Independence and the Idea of Britain: From the Picts to Alexander III

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Index
Aberconwy, abbey, 202–3
Abernethy, 55, 59, 60, 101, 102–3
Absalon, archbishop of Lund, 38
Achaius, 260
Adalbert, bishop of Kammin see Wojciech
Aed mac Cinaeda, king of Picts, 72, 73
Aed mac Néill, king of Tara, 96n
Aedán mac Gabráin, 267n
Aelred (of Rievaulx), eulogy of David I, 16–18, 31n, 51, 67n, 224, 261–2
Æthelweard, chronicle of, 33–4
Affrica, lady of Strathnith, 202
Alba, 3, 7, 13, 21–2, 53, 57, 58, 59, 60, 71–6, 79–81, 83–8
as Pictland, 79–87, 271–2, 282
Albanaig/fir Alban, 7, 72, 84, 86, 87, 187n
Albanus, 59
Albany, John duke of, 283n
Albidosi, 95n
Albinus, cardinal, 149n, 152n
Albion, 33, 221
Alexander III, pope, 111, 112, 113, 130, 137, 138–41, 142–3, 154n, 155n, 156n
Alexander IV, pope, 182, 188n
Alexander I, king of Scots, 15, 19, 101, 104–6, 110, 111, 114, 117n, 136, 196, 205, 208n, 225
Alexander II, king of Scots, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 49, 50, 73, 166, 176, 189, 190, 193, 194, 196, 198–201, 203–4, 212n, 217, 231n, 237, 245, 255, 261, 275, 277, 278
Alexander III, king of Scots, 1–2, 3, 4–5, 7, 15, 23, 37, 50, 51, 162, 163, 171–83, 188n, 189, 196, 209n, 220–1, 223, 229, 239, 243, 261, 278
Alexander son of Alexander III, 218
Alexander son of Thor, 192
Alfonso VI, king of León, 149n, 150n
Alfred, king of Wessex, 47, 80
Alnwick, 106, 140
Anderson, Benedict, 281
Anderson, M. O., 76, 78
Andrew, bishop of Caithness, 68n
Anecletus II, pope, 18, 151n
Annales Cambriae, 43
Anne, queen of Scots, 208n
anointment, 1–2, 15–18, 163, 179–83, 196, 203, 206, 211n
Antonine's Wall (‘Grimisdik’), 255
Arbroath, abbey, 199, 210n; see also Declaration of Arbroath
Archibald, abbot of Dunfermline, 207n
Argyll, 3, 7, 11, 21, 72, 164, 166, 169, 238
bishop of, 142
Armagh, 45, 84, 86
Armes Prydein Vawr, 82
Arnold, bishop of St Andrews, 112, 137
Asser, 80
Athelstan, king of England, 22, 61, 88–9
Atholl, 78–9, 93n
Augustine, St, of Canterbury, 129
Ballymote, Book of, 55
Bamberg, bishopric, 131–2, 133, 134, 150n, 152n
Bamburgh Castle, 30
Bann, river, 168
Bannockburn, battle of, 54
Barbour, John, The Bruce, 279, 282
Barrell, A. D. M., 156n
Barrow, G. W. S., 2, 9–10, 11, 12–13, 14, 15, 25, 107, 127, 166, 191, 192, 193, 195, 197–8, 205, 236
Bartlett, Robert, 18
Becket, Thomas, St, archbishop of Canterbury, 141
Bede, 109, 110, 129, 229, 261, 267n
Beli Mawr, 88
Bellenden, John, 279
Berhtfrith, Northumbrian leader, 88
Bernard, bishop of St David's, 111, 120n, 145
Bernard, St, of Clairvaux, 140
Bethóc, daughter of Mael Coluim II, 59
Beverley, Alfred of, 42
bishoprics, exempt, 130–44
Bisset, Baldred, 227, 253–4, 255–6, 261, 267n;
see also procurators (Scottish, 1301)
Blin Harry, The Wallace, 279, 282
Boardman, Stephen, 254–5, 259, 279
Boece, Hector, History of the Scots, 215, 236, 253, 256–7, 262, 267n, 279, 283n
Boguslaw, duke of Szczecin, 133
Boleslaw Krzywousty, duke of Poland, 132–3, 151–2n
Bower's Scotichronicon, 31n, 54, 173–4, 179, 187–8n, 239
Braga, archbishopric, 129, 130
Brechin, 94n
Bredei, king of Picts (d.842), 76, 92n
Brega, 84
Brenhinedd y Saesson, 52
Bretoña, 94n
Brett, Caroline, 43
Brigantia (Bregoin's Tower), 266n

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