The Scottish People 1490-1625

The Scottish People 1490-1625

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The Scottish People, 1490-1625 is one of the most comprehensive texts ever written on Scottish History. All geographical areas of Scotland are covered from the Borders, through the Lowlands to the Gaidhealtachd and the Northern Isles. The chapters look at society and the economy, Women and the family, International relations: war, peace and diplomacy, Law and order: the local administration of justice in the localities, Court and country: the politics of government, The Reformation: preludes, persistence and impact, Culture in Renaissance Scotland: education, entertainment, the arts and sciences, and Renaissance architecture: the rebuilding of Scotland. In many past general histories there was a relentless focus upon the elite, religion and politics. These are key features of any medieval and early modern history books, but The Scottish People looks at less explored areas of early-modern Scottish History such as women, how the law operated, the lives of everyday folk, architecture, popular belief and culture.qThe process of restoration and renovation can reveal interior decorations such as painted ceilings that had been hidden for centuries due to ... The inspiration for Pinkiea#39;s gallery came from both classical and contemporary European styles.

Title:The Scottish People 1490-1625
Author: MAUREEN M MEIKLE - 2015-07-08

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