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Dr. David Ditchburn

Associate Prof in Medieval History (History)
ARTS BUILDING


  Medieval Britain   Medieval Europe   Medieval Scotland   SCOTLAND   Scottish history
Bells, clocks and the beginnings of 'lawyer time' in late medieval Scotland in, editor(s)Jackson W Armstrong and Edda Frankot , Cultures of Law In Urban Northern Europe, London, Routledge, 2021, pp227 - 246, [David Ditchburn], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 99, 1, (2020), 1 - 170p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 99, 2, (2020), 171 - 330p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 99, supplement, (2020), 331 - 490p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
David Ditchburn, Grant G Simpson, 24 August 1930-14 December 2019: An Appreciation, The Scottish Historical Review , 99, (2), 2020, p301 - 305, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 98, 1, (2019), 1 - 157p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 98, 2, (2019), 158 - 331p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
The Scottish Historical Review , 98, supplement, (2019), 333 - 468p, David Ditchburn and Emma Macleod, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
Scotland, Benedict XIII and the Ending of the Schism, 1414-18 in, editor(s)Aymat Catafau, Nikolas Jaspert & Thomas Wetzstein , Perpignan 1415: Un sommet europeen a l'epoque du Grand Schisme d'Occident, Zurich, LIT Verlag, 2018, pp81 - 100, [David Ditchburn], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Scottish Historical Review, 97, 1, 244, (2018), 1 - 127p, David Ditchburn & Graeme Morton, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
  

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Medieval Scotland, and especially its social, economic, religious and political connections with foreign countries.