2 edition of Place-names, land and lordship in the medieval earldom of Strathearn. found in the catalog.
Place-names, land and lordship in the medieval earldom of Strathearn.
Thesis University of St Andrews, 2002.
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Watson, Angus, , ‘Place-Names, Land and Lordship in the Medieval Earldom of Strathearn’, unpublished Ph.D., University of St Andrews. Ross and Cromarty Crawford, B. E. , Earl & Mormaer; Norse-Pictish Relationships in Northern Scotland, . The Earldom of Surrey and the date of Domesday Book I Charters of the Earldom of Hereford, – The Northern Earldoms: Orkney and Caithness from AD to Place-names, land and lordship in the medieval earldom of Strathearn Support and conflict of kinsmen in Norse Earldoms, Icelandic families, and the English royalty.
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Jun 01, · Place-names, land and lordship in the medieval earldom of Strathearn. View/ Open. and this is done in Part One where approximately place-names are considered. The medieval parishes of BQR, COM, TEX, MUT, MZX and MXZ form a continuous, largely upland, area, topographically distinct from the Strathearn parishes to the east, and with the Author: Angus Watson.
Sep 26, · At its core Place-names a full survey and analysis of the place-names of six pre parishes in western Strathearn, namely Ardoch, Balquhidder, Comrie, Crieff, Monzievaird & Strowan and Muthil, plus the medieval parish of Monzie, with important insights into land-holding patterns and lordship in each parish, using both place-names and documentary.
Western Strathearn is truely Highland with mountains rising to Monroe status (ft) - Ben Vorlich m and Ben Chonzie m. The Strath east of Comrie is rich and productive agricultural land. See also meanings of Place Names of Strathearn - what do Crieff, Comrie.
Gaelic place-names and the social history of Gaelic speakers in medieval Menteith. Place-Names, Land and Lordship in the Medieval Earldom of Strathearn’, unpublished Ph.D., (). Pre-improvement rural settlement in Scotland: progress and prospects’ (). Author: Peter Edward McNiven. The first Earldoms created within Wales were the Lordship of Glamorgan (a comital title) and the Earldom of Pembroke.
Tir Iarll (English: Earl's land) is an area of Glamorgan, which has traditionally had a particular resonance in Welsh culture.
Coronet. The native Scots favoured pastoralism, in that Gaelic lords were happier to give away more land to French and Middle English-speaking settlers, while holding on tenaciously to upland regions, perhaps contributing to the Highland/Galloway-Lowland division that emerged in Scotland in the later Middle Ages.
With the decline of the Picts,Fortrenn became the Celtic Earldom of Strathearn. By the lands to the south also became part of a united Scotland under Duncan I. In Macbeth replaced Duncan as king. In spite of Shakespeare's later bad press, Macbeth was actually the good guy.
The "Caledonian Mercury"` of 9th Januaryreported the death of Rob Roy, “On Saturday was se'nnight died at Balquhidder in Perthshire the fam'd Highland partizan Rob Roy" (28/12/), the report did not actually state in so many words when and where he had been maybom247.com the 9th of January was Thursday, the previous Saturday was the 4th, and a week (se'nnight) before was the 28th.
Place names Strathearn, Perthshire Strathearn was the seat of an ancient Celtic earldom, whose first Earl, Malise, was a witness to the foundation charter of Scone (). It formed a stewartry, in the hands of the Earls of Perth, till the abolition of the heritable jurisdictions in ; and it gave the title of Duke, in the peerage of.
I propose a sub-WikiProject relating to the Borders/Lothian in the Medieval Period, and additionally another(s) for Alba proper. Being a book geek rather than an IT geek, I have no idea how to set this in action, and would appreciate a bit of aid, and/or opinion.
Brendandh30 March (UTC). The last ruler of the Strathearn line was Malise Earl of Caithness and Orkney, who had his earldom forfeited by King Edward Balliol. In it was regranted by King David to Maurice de Moravia, a royal favourite who had a vague claim to the earldom as Malise's nephew and maybom247.com holder: Sigurd Eysteinsson.
The High Middle Ages of Scotland encompass Scotland in the era between the death of Domnall II in AD and the death of king Alexander III in Alexander's death was an indirect cause of the Scottish Wars of Independence.
In the tenth and eleventh centuries, northern Great Britain was increasingly dominated by Gaelic culture, and by a Gaelic regal lordship known in Gaelic as "Alba", in.
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Discussions of medieval statehood are guided (explicitly or implicitly) by the work of social scientists. The exiguous sources for studying Scotland in the central middle ages offers an opportunity to approach the question of statehood in a new way that depends more on the creative potential of arts and humanities.
Social sciences remain crucial for understanding maybom247.com by: 2. Given, M., O. Aldred, K.J. Grant, P. McNiven and T. Poller (). Interdisciplinary approaches to a connected landscape: upland survey in the Northern Ochils.
This land of mountains is intersected by the river Spey, which runs midway between the two parallel ranges of the Grampians and the Monadhlia, taking its rise, however, at the ridge of Drum-Alban. Badenoch, as a habitable land, is the valley of the Spey and the glens that run off from it.
Many of the great characters visited the general area - Macbeth, Wallace, Bruce, Montrose, Rob Roy, Bonny Prince Charlie and Robert Burns - have played their part in the making of today's Crieff, Comrie and Auchterarder and the Strathearn area in general.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Leges Scocie and the Lawcodes of David I, William the Lion and Alexander II Article in The Scottish historical review 88(2) · October with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The term shire is somewhat misleading. In medieval Latin, the latter was referred to as a comitatus, Scotland was the region controlled as a province or lordship, such as a mormaerdom, or an early Earldom, survived as a regality.
Shire instead came into use, in Scotland, to refer to the region in which a particular sheriff operate. United Kingdom. The history of Scotland in the High Middle Ages covers Scotland in the era between the death of Domnall II.
in AD and the death of king Alexander III inwhich led indirectly to the Scottish Wars of Independence. In the tenth and eleventh centuries, northern Great Britain was increasingly dominated by Gaelic culture, and by a Gaelic regal lordship known in Gaelic as "Alba", in Latin.A history of the earldom of Mar by the claimant John Francis Goodeve Erskine, together with a report of the judgement given in the House of Lords on 25th Feb.
on the claim of Lord Kellie to the earldom, and extracts from Acts of Parliament, royal charters, and other official documents proving his position.
"Printed for private circulation".In John 8th Earl Warenne was created Earl of Strathearn by Edward Baliol, king of Scotland as a reward for his help.
In during the reign of Henry VI when Richard Duke of York was Lord of the Manor, the park was dispaled and the land rented out for farming.