Bibliography: Warlords of Pictland

Bibliography and Reference for Warlord Strongholds of Pictland

AU Annals of Ulster; date, where indicated, is year of mention in Annals
Adomnan VC(Vita Columbae), see below, Sharpe, R. (Ed).
Alcock, L. (1988) ‘The Activities of Potentates in Celtic Britain, AD500-800: a positivist approach’. Power and Politics in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland. Driscoll & Nicke (Eds.)
Alcock, L & Alcock, E.A. (1992) ‘Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974-84; 5:A, Excavations & other fieldwork at Forteviot, Perthshire, 1981;
B, Excavations at Urquhart Castle, Invernessshire, 1983;
C, Excavations at Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, 1984’ PSAS 122, 215-285.
Anderson, M.O. (1973/1980) Kings and Kingship in early Scotland Edinburgh & London
Bede HE(Historia Ecclesiastica Brittonum 1990) Sherley-Price, L. and Farmer, D.H. trans./ed Bede Ecclesiastical History of the English People. see below Sherley-Price, L
Clancy, T.O. (1993) ‘The Drosten Stone: a new reading’ Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 123, 345-353.
Clancy, T.O. (1996) ‘Iona, Scotland and the Céli Déi.’ Crawford, B.(Ed.) Scotland in Dark Age Britain, St John’s House Papers no.6 St Andrews, 111-130. Scottish Cultural Press, Aberdeen
Cowan, Edward J. (1984) ‘Myth and Identity in Early Medieval Scotland’. Scottish Historical Review Volume LXIII, 2: no.176 111-135
Forsyth, K. (1995) ‘The Inscriptions on the Dupplin Cross’. From the Isles of the North: Medieval Art in Ireland and Britain. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Insular Art, Belfast, April 1994, Belfast
Henderson, I. (1967) The Picts. London.
Hudson, B (1994) Kings of Celtic Scotland. Westport, Connecticut
Mackenzie, J.W. (1830) Chronicle of the Kings of Scotland from Fergus the First to James the Sixthin the year M.DC.XI. Maitland Club, Edinburgh
MacQueen, J. & W. (1961/90) St Nynia: with a translation of the Miracles of Bishop Nynia. Edinburgh
Matthews, J. (1991) The Song of Taliesin: Stories and Poems from the Books of Broceliande. London
Ralston, I. (1990) ‘The Green Castle and the Promontory Forts of North-East Scotland’. Scottish Archaeological Forum (SAF 10)27-40 Edinburgh
Ralston, I.B.M. & Armit, I. (1997) ‘The Early Historic Period: an Archaeological Perspective’. Scotland: Environment and Archaeology: 800 BC – AD 1000 Edwards, Kevin J and Ralston, Ian B.M. (eds) Edinburgh
Sharpe, R. (1991) Adomnan of Iona: Life of St Columba. Penguin, London
Sherley-Price, L. & Farmer, D. (Trans.)(1990) Bede:Ecclesiastical History of the English People with Bede’s Letter to Egbert & Cuthbert’s Letter on Death of Bede. Penguin, London.
Short, S. (trans.)(1994) The Gododdin. Llanerch.
Skene, W.F. (Ed.)(1867) Chronicles of the Picts, Chronicles of the Scots and other Early Memorials of Scots History. HM Register House, Edinburgh.
Small, A.(1969) ‘Burghead’. Scottish Archaeological Forum (SAF-)61-68 Edinburgh.
Smyth, A.P. (1984, 1995) Warlords and Holy Men: Scotland AD80-1000. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
Taylor, S. (1996) ‘Place-names and the early church in Eastern Scotland’ Scotland in Dark Age Britain, Crawford, B. (Ed.) St John’s House Papers no.6 St Andrews, 93-110. Scottish Cultural Press, Aberdeen.
Watson, W.J. (1926) The History of the Celtic Place-Names of Scotland. Rhind Lectures 1916, Blackwood, Edinburgh & London.
Wormald, P. (1996) ‘The Emergence of the Regnum Scottorum:a Carolingian hegemony?’ Crawford, B.E.(ed.) Scotland in Dark Age Britain, St. Andrews 131-147

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Warlord centres of Pictland:glimpses into a lost history « Derilea's Dream: Memoirs of a Pictish Queen
  2. anthony
    Nov 16, 2011 @ 05:14:06

    My name is Anthony Popp which has been traced back to the Picts for many years. If there are any Popps out there in LimboLand I would like to get your feedback on how you feel about being from the Pictish bloodline email me … be pleased to hear from you ………aj

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