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Tag results: Literacy
|Bawcutt, Priscilla "My bright buke: women and their books in medieval and renaissance Scotland" , in Wogan-Browne, Jocelyn ed. Medieval Women: texts and contexts in late medieval Britain (2000) More details ...|
|Dilworth, Mark "Book of Hours of Mary of Guise" , in Innes Review, vol.19 (1968) More details ...|
|Finlayson, C.D. "St. Margaret's Psalter" , in University of Edinburgh Journal 28 (1978) More details ...|
|Forbes-Leith, William ed, in The Gospel Book of St. Margaret, being a facsimile reproduction of St Margaret's copy of the Gospels preserved in the Bodleian Libray, Oxford. (D. Douglas, Edinburgh, 1896) More details ...|
|Gameson, Richard "The Gospels of Margaret of Scotland and the Literacy of an Eleventh-Century Queen" , in Smith, Lesley and Taylor., Jane H. M. edd. Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence. (British Library, London, 1997) More details ...|
|Houston, Rab "The Literacy Myth? Illiteracy in Scotland 1630-1760" , in Past & Present, vol.96:1 (1982) More details ...|
|MacFarlane, L.J. "The book of hours of James IV and Margaret Tudor" , in Innes Review , vol.11 (1961) More details ...|