Barrow, G. W S. (1980). The Anglo-Norman era in Scottish history.

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The Anglo-Norman era in Scottish history
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232
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Monograph
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Using mainly charter and place-name evidence, examines the powerful external influences on Scotland from 1093 to 1286, particularly the large-scale colonization resulting from, though later than, the Norman Conquest of England. The new settlers came from N France and Flanders as well as from particular areas of England and the Welsh Marches. It was from this amalgam that medieval Scotland was formed. For review see Times Lit Suppl, 20 Nov 1981 (A A M Duncan)
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G W S Barrow
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1980
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0 19 822473 7
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Early Medieval (MIDAS)
1286 (Auto Detected Temporal)
Medieval (MIDAS)
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Date Of Issue From: 1980
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05 Dec 2008