3 edition of bibliography of Caithness: with notes. found in the catalog.
bibliography of Caithness: with notes.
|Statement||By John Mowat.|
|LC Classifications||Z2063.C2 M7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. front. (port.)|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||11031916|
— “The property records in the Book of Deer as a source for early Scottish society.” In Studies on the Book of Deer, edited by Katherine Forsyth, Dublin: Four Courts Press, Buckley, Ann. “ “and his voice swelled like a terrible thunderstorm ”. This book is the first of four planned volumes on the Norwegian realm and its dependencies in the central Middle Ages. As with future volumes, the underlying theme of this book is the transformation of Norway and parts of the Norse world into a monarchic state in the 12th and 13th centuries. The collection provides a presentation of the Norse world, the Norse community, the 'Norgesvelde' (the.
An excellent Bibliography of Caithness, by Mr. John Mowat, was published by W. Rae, Wick, in , and of Caithness and Sutherland by The Viking Club, , by the same author. Footnote 2: (return) The Capitals and abbreviations placed in brackets after certain authorities, give their initial letters and short titles, (e.g. (O.S.) Orkneyinga. BIBLIOGRAPHY Section 1: Texts and Translations. Early References to an "Arthur" "Acallam na Senórach," ed. Whitley Stokes, in Irische Texte, Vol.4, part 1, ed. W. Stokes and E. g: Hirzel, Artúir, a British prince, appears in an episode connected with the introduction of a new type of horse into Ireland.
Bibliography This bibliography contains details of most of Pitt-Rivers' own publications and books, journal articles and webpages by other authors about his collections. It also contains some of the books that the Rethinking Pitt-Rivers team have found useful when compiling the website and other outcomes of . The Northern Earldoms: Orkney and Caithness from AD to Barbara E. Crawford This work investigates how the medieval earldoms of Orkney and Caithness were positioned between two worlds, the Norwegian and the Scottish and how they were a maritime lordship divided, or united, by the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mowat, John, New bibliography of the county of Caithness. Wick, P. Reid & co., ltd., The Book of Deer is a 10th century gospel manuscript written in Latin in Old Deer, Aberdeenshire. It also which contains notes on several pages written in Gaelic in the early 12th century, including the “charter legend” below implicating Colum Cille (aka Columba) as an authority in its by: 9.
However it is well illustrated with hundreds of photographs and contains short descriptions and historical notes on many places. Bibliography A Bibliography of the County of Caithness, John Mowat, Wick, Bibliography of Caithness and Sutherland, John Mowat, London (Viking Club), Mormaer, comes and "earl" There is an erroneous impression that "Mormaerdoms" were scrapped and replaced by "Earldoms." In fact, Comes (literally Companion, in the feudal age Count, which word derives from it) is just a Franco-Latin word used on the British Isles to render either Mormaer or Earl into Latin (with French).
For instance, several Irish sources call King Robert Bruce Mormaer (of. Title. A Vertebrate Fauna of Sutherland, Caithness, and West Cromarty. Harvie-Brown, J. (John Alexander), Buckley, T. (Thomas Edward), The British explorer and Arabist Sir Richard Francis Burton (–) published over 40 books and countless articles, monographs and letters.
Most of Burton's books are travel narratives or translations. His only works of original imaginative fiction are both in verse: Stone Talk () and the well-known The Kasidah (), both of which he published under the pseudonym "Frank Baker".
The Mormaer of Caithness was a vassal title mostly held by members of the Norwegian nobility based in Orkney from the Viking Age until The mormaerdom was held as fief of Scotland and the title was frequently held by the Norse Earls of Orkney, who were thus a vassal of both the King of Norway and the King of is no other example in the history of either Norway or of Scotland in.
The Mormaer of Caithness was a vassal title mostly held by members of the Norwegian nobility based in Orkney from the Viking Age until The mormaerdom was held as fief of Scotland  and the title was frequently held by the Norse Earls of Orkney, who were thus a vassal of both the King of Norway and the King of is no other example in the history of either Norway or of.
Wick Youth panel minute book: P Miscellaneous Caithness letterswith tss notes later made by an unnamed individual. Two separate small collections. Mostly by local nobles and other notables. P 'The Fathers of Caithness', printed poem, bound in hand sewn book c. P Banks, James, schoolteacher in Caithness, journals (P) Banniskirk, see Halkirk, parish of Barrel book – accounts of barrels sold to customers (P) Bayne, Aneas, Geographical Survey of Caithness,copy (P) Beaton, Rev.
Donald, Genealogical Bibliography of Caithness and Sutherland (P). Bayne, Aneas, Geographical Survey of Caithness,copy (P) Beaton, Rev. Donald, Genealogical Bibliography of Caithness and Sutherland (P) Bee, Notes on the History of, WK (P) Berriedale, see Latheron, parish of Berriedale Free Church Index (P) Bethune, George, transcript of talk on ice houses in Caithness (P).
Notes of the distribution of weevils of the genus Sitona in the North of Scotland. Scottish Naturalist a. Further observations on Sitones lineatus L. Annals of Applied Biology.
9 SUTHERLAND AND CAITHNESS IN SAGA-TIME OR, THE JARLS AND THE FRESKYNS BY JAMES GRAY, M.A. OXON. and to which references are given in the notes. A.D. —Scope of this Book—Authorities—Roman times and their result—Post-Roman days. TRAILL Family - Australia & New Zealand, etc.
GAL01 Galbraith, Sheila; PRACTIONER, PIONEER, PASTORALIST on the experiences of an Australian Squatter.; published by the author, printed Nigel Davies, Sydney, Details: ISBN Comments: The letters of Dr. Rowland John Traill M.D.
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THE MINES OF SCOTLAND: A BIBLIOGRAPHY. It could be argued that if you want to research the mines of Scotland, all you would need are LandlessWilson and access to Google. The bibliography goes a little further.
It lists some national grid. A.E. The Candle of Vision (London, Macmillian, ) A.W. ‘Fairy ‘Folk-Lore’ of Shetland’ Antiquarian Magazine 1 (Jan.
– June ), A VILLAGER, ‘A Boggart at Worsthorne’, Burnley Express and Advertiser (26 May ), 7 Abram, William Alexander ‘Memorial of the Late son, F.R.A.S. Burnley’ Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Bibliography Devon genealogy. Devon - Bibliography.
Devon Book Indexing Project - call for volunteers. Devon Bibliography - an immense bibliography, associated with Ian Maxted's Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History project, that "is based largely on the records of the Westcountry Studies Library (WSL), supplemented by other sources such as COPAC and the ESTC".
Bibliography to the References Acosta, Joseph de, Barnes, Albert, Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Book of Revelation. New York: Harper & Brothers, Caithness, Marie, Countess of, The Mystery of the Ages contained in the Secret Doctrine of all Religions.
Bibliography of Gaelic books, pamphlets, and magazine articles for the counties of Caithness and Sutherland, with biographical notes. (Wick, P. Reid & Coy., ltd., ), by D. Beaton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
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