Scotland: A New History

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Century, 1991 - 499 ページ
This full length history of Scotland is made up of 25 chapters spanning 18 centuries, from the Picts to the 1980s and is designed for the general reader. A particular feature of the book is the attention it gives to social and cultural history, including life in towns, the changing role of the nobles, and the shifting images of Scottish identity through the ages. The landmarks of Scottish history - the Wars of Independence, the Reformation, the Union of Crowns and the Union of Parliaments, the Jacobite rebellions, the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, are all covered.

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ユーザー レビュー  - Speesh - LibraryThing

It was perhaps a mistake on my part to try and read this one all in one go, like it was a novel. A novel it most certainly isn’t and I can’t blame the author for that, it’s my mistake to think of it ... レビュー全文を読む

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This is, despite its age, still the best single-volume history of Scotland available. It's criminal that it's not in print in the U.S. レビュー全文を読む

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The Land and its People before ad 400
3
The Making of the Kingdom of Fortriu
12
Apostles of the Scots Picts and Britons
26
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