Medieval St Andrews


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'Ancient Magnificence': St Andrews in the Middle Ages: An Introduction - Michael H Brown and Katie Stevenson
From Cinrigh Monai to Civitas Sancti Andree: A Star is Born - Simon Taylor
The Idea of St Andrews as the Second Rome Made Manifest - Ian Campbell
The Medieval Ecclesiastical Architecture of St Andrews as a Channel for the Introduction of New Ideas - Richard Fawcett
When the Miracles Ceased: Shrine and Cult Management at St Andrews and Scottish Cathedrals in the Later Middle Ages - Tom Turpie
Religion, Ritual and the Rhythm of the Year in Later Medieval St Andrews - David Ditchburn
Living in the Late Medieval Town of St Andrews - Elizabeth Ewan
The Burgh of St Andrews and its Inhabitants before the Wars of Independence - Matthew Hammond
The Archaeology of Medieval St Andrews - Derek Hall and Catherine Smith
Prelates, Citizens and Landed Folk: St Andrews as a Centre of Lordship in the Late Middle Ages - Michael H Brown
Augmenting Rentals: The Expansion of Church Property in St Andrews, c. 1400-156 - Elizabeth Rhodes
The Prehistory of the University of St Andrews - Norman Reid
University, City and Society - Roger A Mason
The Medieval Maces of the University of St Andrews - Julian Luxford
Heresy, Inquisition and Late Medieval St Andrews - Katie Stevenson
Appendix 1: The St Andrews Foundation Account - Simon Taylor
Appendix 2: The Augustinian's Account - Simon Taylor
Appendix 3: The Boar's Raik - Simon Taylor
Appendix 4: University of St Andrews Library, UYSL 110/6/4 - Matthew Hammond

About the Author

MICHAEL BROWN is Professor of Scottish History, University of St Andrews. KATIE STEVENSON is Vice Principal (Collections) and Senior Lecturer in Late Medieval History, University of St Andrews. KATIE STEVENSON is Vice Principal (Collections) and Senior Lecturer in Late Medieval History, University of St Andrews. MICHAEL BROWN is Professor of Scottish History, University of St Andrews. David Ditchburn is Associate Professor in Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin. He has edited several books and published many articles on both religion in, and the society and economy of, medieval Scotland.


A particularly rewarding collection, full of fresh scholarship.

Offers both a new overview as well as additional evidence and fresh insights. For years to come, it will surely be a source for scholars and others who are pursuing not only the history of St Andrews but also the wider subject of Scottish medieval history.

The volume is truly multidisciplinary, containing contributions from art historians, archaeologists, architectural historians as well as historians. This is a real strength..The editors should be commended for such a rewarding collection.

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