2 edition of Apostolic Camera and Scottish benefices, 1418-1488. found in the catalog.
Apostolic Camera and Scottish benefices, 1418-1488.
Annie Isabella Cameron
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|Pagination||xciv, 378 p.|
|Number of Pages||378|
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Catholic Church. Camera Apostolica. Apostolic camera and Scottish benefices, London, New York [etc.] Published for St. Andrews University by H. Milford, Oxford University press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A I Cameron.
catalog books, 1418-1488. book & more in the The Apostolic camera and Scottish benefices, Responsibility by Annie I. Cameron. "The text is a calendar of all the entries relating to Scotland in the registers of the Apostolic camera from the succession of Martin V.
to the death of James III."--Foreward. The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, By ANNIE CAMERON, M.A., Ph.D., (St. Andrews University Publications, No.
XXXV.) (London: Milford, ) MORE than one type of student will be grateful for this work, the title of which falls.
The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, by Annie I. Cameron The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, by Annie I. Cameron (pp. ) Review by: W. Lunt. Blacket Books 1 Leadervale Terrace Edinburgh EH16 6NX Scotland. Telephone: Within UK: The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices The book lists all the entries relating to Scotland in the Registers of the Apostolic Camera between the.
The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices: by: Cameron, Annie I. Published: () Praying with a camera phone: mediation and transformation in Jewish rituals by:. Govan (reprintedGlasgow) Burns, C. (ed), Calendar of Papal Letters to Scotland of Clement VII of AvignonEdinburgh Cameron, A.I.
(ed), The Apostolic Camera and Scottish BeneficesOxford Cowan, I, The Parishes of Mediaeval Scotland, Edinburgh Donaldson, G. (ed), Accounts of the Collectors of. The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, ed. Cameron (Oxford, ). Cameron, Celtic Law (London, ). The Book ofthe Thanes ofCawdor (Spalding Club, ).
(app. D only) see below Clan Donald. Joannis de Fordun Scotochronicon cum Supplementis et Continuatione Walteri Boweri, ed. Goodall (Edinburgh, ). Dr Dunlop was also responsible for the calendaring of Scottish material drawn from fifteenth-century records of the Apostolic Camera.
In the compilation of the volume published as The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices, (London ), Dr Cameron, as she then was, utilised most of the relevant cameral series from the Vatican archives.
Full text of "The requests of the Scottish clergy in the Registers of the Sacra Penitenzieria Apostolica, " See other formats The Requests of Scottish Clergy in the Registers of the Sacra Penitenzieria Apostolica, JENNIFER R. McDONALD, B.A., Ph.D. Scots can be counted among the many thousands of Latin Christians who ventured to the papal curia during the middle ages.
On 26 Aprilletters were issued in the Apostolic Camera for George ‘Carunkael’ (Carmichael), a canon in the collegiate church of St Salvator, in respect of the annates of the parish church of Tyninghame, ‘or rather, for annates of new erection of canonry and prebend in [St Salvator’s]’, Tyninghame having been assigned as the.
On p it is revealed as vacant by the death of William de Chonigan (Cunningham). AI Cameron, The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices (), p 97, shows how Gilbert obliged himself for the annates.
[Apostolic Camera and Scottish BeneficesLibri Quittanciarum, p] (1 June) - From Alexander Wtherland, 20 florins (g.c.) by hands of Matthew de Baroncellis and So., composition for the annates of the parish church of Inernis [Inverness], Moray diocese.
[Apostolic Camera and Scottish BeneficesIntroitus et Exitus, p. PREFACE The Great Schism, which originated in a disputed papal election, has always been regarded as one ofthe most crucial periods in the history ofwestern Christendom, and to th.
A tract, chiefly relative to monastic antiquities; with some account of recent search for the remains of the Scottish kings interred in the Abbey of Dunfermline. Edinburgh, NLS: L.C xii, 73pp. + plates. Dowden, John () (editor). Royal presentations to ecclesiastical benefices in late medieval Scotland Royal presentations to ecclesiastical benefices in late medieval Scotland Barrell, A.
The Innes Review vol. 55 no. 2 (Autumn ) A. Barrell The fortunes of most rulers in the Middle Ages were heavily influenced by the use they made of the limited supply of lands, offices and. A I Cameron, The Apostolic Camera and Scottish Benefices (Oxford, ), 4.
Protocol Book of Dominus Thomas Johnsoun,eds J. Beveridge and J Russell (Scottish Record Society, ), no 5. J Kirk (ed), The Books of Assumption of the Thirds of Benefices (Oxford, ), The Apostolic camera and Scottish benefices, Biblia sacra vvlgatae editionis Sixti qvinti pont.
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The influence of the Lollard movement on the Scottish Reformation was pointed out by John Knox in the sixteenth century; and in the latter part of the nineteenth century the same point was stressed by the Historiographer Royal for Scotland, P.
Hume by: 4.Scottish Benefices and Clergy during the Pontificate of Sixtus IV (): the evidence in the Registra Supplicationum’, 2 vols. (unpublished PhD thesis, To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal : Isla Woodman.Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1 September ; 54 (3): – doi: The Apostolic Camera and the Scottish Benefices,St.
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