Atlas of Scottish History to 1707
Peter G. B. McNeill, Hector L. MacQueen
Scottish Medievalists and Department of Geography, University of Edinburgh, 1996 - Ecclesiastical geography - 462 pages
An Atlas of Scottish History to 1707 provides a wealth of information about Scotland's history from the Roman's and Vikings onwards. With information on early Scottish place names, parish churches, acts passed during rule, Sheriffdoms, baronies, lordships, earldoms, overseas trade, linguistics, maps, diagrams, and more, the atlas pulls together information and resources to paint a picture of early Scotland. It contains not only maps, but also diagrams, plans, charts and tables covering the history of Scotland from the earliest times up to 1707, along with explanatory texts where these are necessary.
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