Models of Authority: Scottish Charters and the Emergence of Government is a resource for the study of the contents, script and physical appearance of the corpus of Scottish charters which survives from 1100–1250. Through close examination of the diplomatic and palaeographic features of the charters, the project will explore the evidence for developments in the perception of royal government during a crucial period in Scottish history.
The project is funded by the AHRC (2014-2017) and is a collaboration between scholars from the Universities of Glasgow, Cambridge and King's College London.
Programme for "The Book at the Bodleian"
1 month, 2 weeks ago, by Stewart Brookes
Alison Phipps, "Languages and Permacultural Justice: Decoloniality and Multilingualism"
1 month, 3 weeks ago, by Stewart Brookes
'From Round Hand to l’Anglaise: 18th-c. English Handwriting and the Continent'
2 months, 1 week ago, by Stewart Brookes
The Book at the Bodleian: Whence? Where? Whither?
2 months, 2 weeks ago, by Stewart Brookes
Barrow's Scribes and MoA's hands: Scribal Identification in G.W.S. Barrow's Regesta Regum Scottorum II
6 years, 1 month ago, by Alice Taylor
The Standardisation of Diplomatic in Scottish Royal Acts down to 1249. Part 2: Letters with Notification
6 years, 2 months ago, by John Davies
The Standardisation of Diplomatic in Scottish Royal Acts down to 1249. Part 1: Brieves
6 years, 4 months ago, by John Davies
The Handwriting of Scottish Charters 1100-1250 in the National Library of Scotland
6 years, 5 months ago, by Teresa Webber