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|Title:||The administration of the diocese of St. Andrews 1202-1328|
|Abstract:||This thesis is an attempt to discover the administrative procedures employed in Scotland's premier, largest, and wealthiest see under seven bishops holding office between 1202 and 1328. The period under consideration opens with the climax of the great innovative period of the twelfth century, which saw the transformation of the Scottish church from a decentralised Celtic institution, maintaining tenuous or intermittent links with England and the continent, to a national and "western" church sharing common institutions, attitudes, personnel and language with the rest of western Christendom.|
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