2 edition of Robert Bruce and the community of the realm of Scotland found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. [ix]-x.Includes index.
|Statement||Edinburgh University Press|
|Publishers||Edinburgh University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Here he was met by Mac Duilechain of Clanbrassil and Mac Artain of Iveagh, both of whom had submitted to him at Carrickfergus. It lasted from his landing at in 1315 to his defeat and death in 1318 at the in.
Robert would regain Man and Edward possibly make an attack on Wales, with Welsh support. This ancient routeway had been for centuries the passage south out of Ulster into theand but because of its narrowness Ulster armies had frequently ambushed and been ambushed at the pass.
The central theme of this seminal work remains the interplay and tension between Bruce himself and the very concept of a Scottish nation, of which Bruce aspired to be king. ' - Michael Brown, University of St Andrews 'This magnificient study of Scotland's hero king is the masterwork of Professsor Geoffrey Barrow, one of the nation's greatest medievalists of the modern era.
" De Burgh retreated back to Connacht, while other Anglo-Irish took refuge in. In 1258 some of the Gaelic aristocrats elected high king; however, he was defeated by the Normans at the in 1260. Geoffrey Barrow is perhaps Scotland's most valued and cited of medieval historians. Further, the had claimed a right to take control of Ireland by the papal document in 1155 and indirectly ruled much of the eastern part of the island.
William Liath was captured and taken as hostage to Scotland by Moray who arrived there on 15 September 1315 to raise more troops, "his ships filled with booty. The chief shift in emphasis in this history was to demonstrate the continuity and unity of purpose which linked the stake-holders of a nascent Scottish realm throughout the period from 1290 to 1329.
The reach and impact of this book has travelled well beyond Scotland.
Robert would regain Man and Edward possibly make an attack on Wales, with Welsh support.