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The Declaration of Arbroath: history, significance, setting

The Declaration of Arbroath: history, significance, setting

Barrow, G.

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Edinburgh (2003)


Abstract:

As long as there exists an entity which may be called Scotland, whether political, social or cultural, the letter of 6 April 1320 from the nobles of Scotland to Pope John XXII, which we call The Declaration of Arbroath, will always exert a special fascination.


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Barrow, G. (2003) The Declaration of Arbroath: history, significance, setting. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh. ISBN: 090390327X
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