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Hammond, M. (2014) Le paradoxe de l’Écosse médiévale, 1093 à 1286: les sources et les prénoms. In: Penser les Mondes Normands Médiévaux, 911-2011. Colloque de Cerisy: Cerisy, France. (In Press)

Beam-Frazier, A., Bradley, J., Broun, D. , Davies, J. , Hammond, M. and Pasin, M. (2012) People of Medieval Scotland 1093–1314 Database [web resource]. Other. University of Glasgow and King's College London, Glasgow and London.

Broun, D. (Ed.) (2011) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow. ISBN 9780852619193

Broun, D. (2011) The presence of witnesses and the writing of charters. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK, pp. 235-290. ISBN 9780852619193X

Broun, D. (2011) Introduction. In: Broun, D. (ed.) The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain. Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9780852619193X

Davies, J. (2010) The donor and the duty of warrandice: giving and granting in Scottish charters. In: The Reality Behind Charter Diplomatic in the Anglo-Norman Era. University of Glasgow: Glasgow, UK, pp. 120-165. ISBN 9780852619193

Broun, D. (2010) The Declaration of Arbroath and the birth of Scottish freedom. History Scotland, 10(5), pp. 23-26.

Davies, J. (2010) King David deals with a controversial transaction: the language of giving and granting in the dispute over Edrom and Nisbet. Feature of the Month: The Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093-1286, 12,

Broun, D. (2010) Becoming a nation: Scotland in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In: Tsurushima, H. (ed.) Nations in Medieval Britain. Shaun Tyas. ISBN 9781900289085

Broun, D. (2010) ‘Absent’ and dead charter-witnesses. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication],

Broun, D. (2010) The king’s brithem (Gaelic for ‘judge’) and the recording of dispute-resolutions. Paradox of Medieval Scotland: 1093-1286 [Online Publication],

Davies, J. (2009) 'Giving', 'Granting', and 'Confirming': the problem of dispositive verbs in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scottish charters: part III - implied warrandice in Scottish charters. Feature of the Month: The Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093-1286, 5,

Davies, J. (2009) 'Giving', 'Granting', and 'Confirming': the problem of dispositive verbs in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scottish charters: Part II. Feature of the Month: The Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093-1286, 4,

Davies, J. (2009) 'Giving', 'Granting', and 'Confirming': the problem of dispositive verbs in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Scottish charters: Part I. Feature of the Month: The Paradox of Medieval Scotland 1093-1286, 2,

Beam-Frazier, A. (2009) The Umfravilles: political leadership on the rise, 1120-1307. History Scotland, 9(2), pp. 27-31.

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