Bibliography

 

 

The articles for this website have been researched using both primary and secondary sources. Details of the key documentation used are detailed on the bibliography of the relevant page but sources used for multiple articles are listed below.

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Castles General

 

Armitage, E.S (1904). Early Norman Castles of the British Isles. English Historical Review Vol 14 (Reprinted by Amazon).

 

Emery, A (1996). Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

Harvey, A (1911). Castles and Walled Towns of England. Methuen, London.

 

Johnson, P (2006). Castles from the Air: An Aerial Portrait of Britain’s Finest Castles. Bloomsbury, London.

 

Liddiard, R (2005). Castles in Context: Power, Symbolism and Landscape 1066-1500. Macclesfield.

 

Montgomerie (1924). Ancient Earthworks. VCH Worcestershire.

 

Morris, M (2003). Castle: A History of the Buildings that Shaped Medieval Britain. Windmill Books, London.

 

Prior, S (2006). A Few Well-Positioned Castles: The Norman Art of War. Tempus, London.

 

Thompson, M.W (1987). The Decline of the Castle. London.

 

Turner, H.L (1970). Town defences in England and Wales. John Baker, London.

 

 

English Castles

 

Allen, R (1976). English Castles. Batsford, London.

 

Creighton, O.H (2002). Castles and Landscapes: Power, Community and Fortification in Medieval England. Equinox, Bristol.

 

Dalwood, H (2010). Archaeological assessment of Tenbury Wells, Hereford and Worcester (including part of Burford, Shropshire).

 

Davidson, B. K (1972). Castle Neroche: an Abandoned Norman Fortress in South Somerset. Transactions of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 116.

 

Emery, A (1996). Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

Goodall, J (2011). Ashby de la Zouch Castle and Kirby-Muxloe Castle. English Heritage, London.

 

Gravett, C (2003). Norman Stone Castles (1). Osprey, Oxford.

 

Gravett, C (2004). Norman Stone Castles (2). Osprey, Oxford.

 

Gravett, C (2009). English Castles 1200-1300. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Jackson, M (1990). Castles of Cumbria. Carel Press & Cumbria County Library, Carlisle.

 

King, C.D.J (1983). Castellarium anglicanum: an index and bibliography of the castles in England, Wales and the Islands.  Kraus International Publications.

 

Pattison, P (2013). Dartmouth Castle. English Heritage, London.

 

Price, J (1796). An historical account of the City of Hereford. D. Walker, Hereford.

 

Remfry, P.M (1999). Nine castles of Burford Barony, 1048 to 1308. SCS Publishing.

 

Salter, M (2002). The Castles of the East Midlands. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

Salter, M (2002). The Castles of Wessex. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

Salter, M (2001). The Castles of East Anglia. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

Salter, M (2001). The Castles and Moated Mansions of Shropshire. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

Salter, M (2000). Castles of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

Stewart-Brown, R (1912). The Royal Manor and Park of Shotwick. Trans Pennine Historical Society Volume 64. Chester.

 

Woodcock, J (2015). Tenby History. John Woodcock Publishing, Croydon.

 

 

Scottish Castles

 

Billings, R W (1901). The baronial and ecclesiastical antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh.

 

Bogdan, N and Bryce, I.B.D (1991). Castles, manors and 'town houses' survey.

 

Brown, M (2009). Scottish Baronial Castles 1250-1450. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Coventry, M (2008). Castles of the Clans: the Strongholds and Seats of 750 Scottish Families and Clans. RCAHMS, Musselburgh.

 

Cruden, S (1960). The Scottish Castle. Edinburgh.

 

Dargie, R (2009). Scottish Castles. GW Publishing, Thatcham.

 

Lindsay, M (1986). The Castles of Scotland. Constable, Edinburgh.

 

MacGibbon, D and Ross, T. (1892) The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland from the twelfth to the eighteenth centuries. Edinburgh.

 

Macintyre, J (1938). Castles of Skye.

 

Maxwell-Irving, A.M.T (2000). Border Towers of Scotland: Their History and Architecture. Stirling.

 

Miers, M (2008). Western Seaboard: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. Rutland Press.

 

Miket, R and Roberts, D.L (1990). The medieval castles of Skye and Lochalsh. Portree.

 

Reid, S (2006). Castles and Tower Houses of the Scottish Clans 1450-1650. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Shepherd, I.A.G (1986). Exploring Scotland's heritage: Grampian. Edinburgh.

 

Shepherd, I.A.G (2006). Aberdeenshire, Donside and Strathbogie: an illustrated architectural guide. Rutland Press.

 

Simpson, W.D (1959). Scottish Castles - An introduction to the Castles of Scotland. HM Stationery Office, Edinburgh.

 

Tabraham, C (2000). Scottish Castles and Fortifications. Historic Scotland, Haddington.

 

Tabraham, C (2008). Corgarff Castle. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Tabraham, C (1996). Newark Castle. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Tabraham, C and Owen, K (2010). St Andrews Castle, Cathedral and Historic Burgh. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Tranter, N (1962). The fortified house in Scotland. Edinburgh.

 

Yeoman, P A (1988). Mottes in Northeast Scotland. Scottish Archaeological Review, Glasgow.

 

 

Welsh Castles

 

Davis, P.R (2007), Castles of the Welsh Princes. Y Lolfa Cyf, Talybont.

 

Gravett, C (2007). The Castles of Edward I in Wales 1277-1307. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Kenyon, J (2007). Kidwelly Castle. (Fourth edition). CADW, Cardiff.

 

Kenyon, J (2010). The Medieval Castles of Wales. University of Wales Press, Cardiff.

 

Morgan, G (2008). Castles in Wales: A Handbook. Talybont.

 

Pettifer, A (2000). Welsh Castles, A Guide by Counties. Boydell Press.

 

Phillips, A (2011). Castles and Fortifications of Wales. Amberley, Stroud.

 

Rees, S.E and Cable, C (2007). Dinefwr Castle and Dryslwyn Castle. CADW. Cardiff.

 

Remfry, P (2008). The Castles and History of Radnorshire. SCS Publishing.

 

Salter, M (2001). The Castles of Mid Wales. Folly Publications, Malvern.

 

 

Battles

 

Armstrong, P (2003). Stirling Bridge and Falkirk 1297-98: William Wallace's rebellion. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Barrett, C.R.B (1896). Battles and Battlefields in England. London.

 

Black, C. S (1936). Scottish Battles. Brown Son & Ferguson, Glasgow.

 

Bremner, R. L (1911). The ancient accounts of the Battle of Largs. Glasgow.

 

Brown, C (2008). Bannockburn 1314. The History Press, Briscombe.

 

Burne, A.H (2005). Battlefields of England. Pen and Sword Books Ltd, Barnsley.

 

Campbell, D (2010). Mons Graupius AD 83. Orion, London.

 

Cavendish, R (2002). The Battle of Homildon Hill. History Today, Vol 52(9).

 

Clark, D (1996). Battlefield walks : Scotland. Sutton Publishing, Stroud.

 

Cyprien, M and Fairbairn, N (1983). A Traveller's Guide to the Battlefields of Britain. Evans Brothers Ltd, London.

 

Dodds, G.L (1996). Battles in Britain 1066-1746. Arms & Armour, London.

 

Forbes, G. Scottish Battles: 86 A.D. to 1746. Lang Syne, Glasgow.

 

Gater, D (2008). Battles of Wales. Gwalch, Llanrwst.

 

Green, H (1973). Guide to the Battlefields of Britain and Ireland. Constable, London.

 

Guest, K (1996). British battles: the front lines of history in colour. Harper Collins, London.

 

Hacket, M (2011). Lost Battlefields of Britain. History Press, Briscombe.

 

Hamilton, J (2004). Scottish Battles. Geddes & Grosset, New Lanark.

 

Hibbert, C (1995). Agincourt. Windrush Press, London.

 

Kinross, J (1979). The Battlefields of Britain. London.

 

Jarman, R H (2012). Agincourt: The Story of a Battle. Amberley, Stroud.

 

Martin, D. E (1997). The Battlefields of Scotland: A report on their preservation for Historic Scotland. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Matthews, R (2003). England versus Scotland, The Great British Battles. Leo Cooper, Barnsley.

 

Reid, S (2004). Battles of the Scottish Lowlands, Battlefield Britain. Pen & Sword, Barnsley.

 

Reid,S (2003). Auldearn 1645: the Marquis of Montrose's Scottish Campaign. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Robson, J (1897). Border Battles and Battlefields. J.H.Rutherford, Kelso.

 

Sadler, J (2010). Scottish Battles. Birlinn, Edinburgh.

 

Smurthwaite, D (1993). The Complete Guide to the Battlefields of Britain. Michael Joseph, London.

 

Warner, P (1977). Famous Welsh Battles. Fontana, London.

 

 

Hillforts

 

Brown, I (2009). Beacons in the Landscape: The Hillforts of England and Wales. Windgather Press, Oxford.

 

Christison, D (1900). The forts, "camps", and other field-works of Perth, Forfar and Kincardine.

 

Dyer, J (2003). Hillforts of England and Wales. Shire Publications, Princes Risborough.

 

Feachem, R (1963). A guide to prehistoric Scotland. London

 

Harding, D.W (1976). Hillforts. Later Prehistoric Earthworks in Britain and Ireland. Academic Press, London.

 

Konstam, A (2010). Strongholds of the Picts; the Fortifications of Dark Age Scotland. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Pryor, F (2010). The Making of the British Landscape. Penguin Books, London.

 

Rivet, A.L. F (1966). The Iron Age in northern Britain. Edinburgh.

 

Shepherd, I.A.G and Ralston, I.B.M (1979). Early Grampian: a guide to the archaeology. Aberdeen.

 

 

Romans

 

Bailey, G B and Moore, M (2003). The Antonine Wall: Rome's Northern Frontier. Falkirk Council, Falkirk.

 

Bedoyere, G (2010). Roman Britain: A New History. Thames and Hudson Ltd, London.

 

Birley, A.R (1999).  Tacitus, Agricola and Germany. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

Breeze, D.J (2011). The Frontiers of Imperial Rome. Pen and Sword Books Ltd, Barnsley.

 

Breeze, D.J (2006). The Antonine Wall.  Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh.

 

Breeze, D.J (2002). Roman Forts in Britain. Shire Archaeology, Oxford.

 

Burn, A.R (1953). Agricola and Roman Britain. English Universities Press, London.

 

Burns R (2009). The Last Frontier: The Roman Invasions of Scotland. Neil Wilson Publishing, London.

 

Burton, A (2010). Hadrian's Wall Path. Aurum Press Ltd, London.

 

Campbell, D.B (2009). Roman Auxiliary Forts 27BC-AD378. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Campbell, D, B (2010).  Mons Graupius AD 83. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Collingridge, V (2006).  Boudica. Ebury  Press, London.

 

Connolly, P (1981). Greece and Rome at War. Black Cat, London.

 

Crow, J (1989). Housesteads Roman Fort. English Heritage, London.

 

Crummy, P (2001).  City of Victory. Colchester Archaeological Trust, Colchester.

 

Dando-Collins, S (2010). Legions of Rome. Quercus, London.-

 

English Heritage (2010). An Archaeological Map of Hadrian's Wall, 1:25,000 Scale. English Heritage, London.

 

Fields, N (2005). Rome’s Northern Frontier AD 70-235. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Fields, N (2006). Rome’s Saxon Shore. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Goldsworthy, A (2003). The Complete Roman Army. Thames and Hudson, London.

 

Hobbs, R and Jackson, R (2010). Roman Britain. British Museum Company Ltd, London.

 

Hodgson, N (2011). Chesters Roman Fort. English Heritage, London.

 

MacDonald, G (2010). The Roman Wall in Scotland. General Books, London.

 

Maxwell, G.S (1989). The Romans in Scotland. Mercat Press, Edinburgh.

 

Maxwell, G.S (1990). A Battle Lost: Romans and Caledonians at Mons Graupius. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

 

McNab, C (2012). The Roman Army. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Moffat, A (2009). The Wall. Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh.

 

RCAHMS (2008). The Antonine Wall, 1:25,000 Scale. RCAHMS, Edinburgh.

 

Robertson, A. S and Keppie, L (1990). The Antonine Wall: A handbook to the surviving remains (4th edition). Glasgow Archaeological Society, Glasgow.

 

Russell, M and Laycock, S (2010). Un-Roman Britain: Exposing the Myth of Britannia. The History Press, Stroud.

 

Shotter, D (1998). The Roman Frontier in Britain. Carnegie Publishing Ltd, London.

 

Skinner, D. N (1973). The countryside of the Antonine Wall: A survey and recommended policy statement. Countryside Commission, Perth.

 

Southern, P (2011). Ancient Rome - The Empire 30BC to AD476. Amberley Publishing, London.

 

St Joseph, J.K (1978).  The Camp at Durno, Aberdeenshire, and the site of Mons Graupius. Britannia Journal.

 

Waite, J (2011). To Rule Britannia. The History Press, Stroud.

 

Wilmott, T (2010). Birdoswald Roman Fort. English Heritage, London.

 

 

Dark Ages

 

Fleming, R (2010). Britain After Rome: the Fall and Rise 400 to 1070. Penguin Books, London.

 

 

Anglo-Saxons

 

Abels, R.P (1998). Alfred the Great: War, Kingship and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England. Longman, London

 

Bartlett, W.B (2016). King Cnut. Amberley, Stroud.

 

Bassett, S.R (2008). The middle and late Anglo-Saxon defences of western Mercian towns. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History.

 

Fox, C (1955). Offa’s Dyke: A Field Survey of the Western Frontier Works of Mercia. British Academy, London.

 

Hill, D.H and Rumble, A.R (1996). The Defence of Wessex: the Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon Fortifications. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

 

Hindley, G (2006). The Anglo-Saxons. Robinson, London.

 

Horspool, D (2014). Alfred the Great. Amberley, Stroud.

 

Lavelle, R (2003). The Fortifications of Wessex c800-1066. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Reynolds, A.J (1999). Later Anglo-Saxon England: Life and Landscape. Stroud.

 

Yorke, B (1995). Wessex in the Early Middle Ages. Leicester University Press, Leicester.

 

 

Normans

 

Borman, T (2012). Matilda. Vintage Books, London.

 

Carpenter, D (2004). The Struggle for Mastery. Penguin Books Ltd, London.

 

Gibbs-Smith, C.H (1973). The Bayeux Tapestry. Cavendish, Leicester.

 

Huscroft, R (2009). The Norman Conquest: A New Introduction. Pearson Education Limited, Harlow.

 

 

Medieval

 

Alexander, D and Steel, A (1997). Wallace, Renfrewshire, and the Wars of Independence. Renfrewshire Local History Forum, Edinburgh.

 

Burns, W (1874). The Scottish War of Independence Its Antecedents and Effects. James Maclehose, Glasgow.

 

Clark, J and Devine, V (2003). Cheshire Historic Towns Survey: Runcorn and Halton. Cheshire County Council, Chester.

 

Davies, R.R (1978). Lordship and Society in the March of Wales 1282-1400. Oxford.

 

Dunbar, A. H (1899). Scottish Kings: A Revised Chronology of Scottish History 1005-1625. David Douglas, Edinburgh.

 

Fergusson, J. (1948). Sir William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland. MacKay, Stirling.

 

Jones, D (2012). The Plantagenets. William Collins, London.

 

Jones, D (2014). Magna Carta. Zeus, London.

 

Jones, D (2015). Realm Divided. Zeus, London.

 

Morris, M  (2009). A Great and Terrible King: Edward I and forging of Britain. Windmill Books, London.

 

Morris, M  (2015). King John. Penguin, London.

 

Mortimer, I (2007). The Fears of Henry IV. Vintage, London.

 

Mortimer, I (2010). The Greatest Traitor. Vintage, London.

 

Mortimer, I (2010). Medieval Intrigue. Continuum, London.

 

Ramsay, J.H (1892). Lancaster and York: A Century of English History (AD 1399-1485). Oxford.

 

Ramsay, J.H (1898). Foundations of England. Oxford.

 

Ramsay, J.H (1903). The Angevin Empire: the three reigns of Henry II, Richard I and John (AD 1154-1216). Oxford.

 

Ramsay, J.H (1908). The dawn of the constitution: the reigns of Henry III and Edward I AD 1216-1307. Oxford.

 

Venning, T (2013). Kings and Queens of Scotland. Amberley, Stroud.

 

 

Hundred Years War

 

Hibbert, C (1995). Agincourt. Windrush Press, London.

 

Jarman, R H (2012). Agincourt: The Story of a Battle. Amberley, Stroud.

 

Mortimer, I (2008). The Perfect King: the Life of Edward III. Vintage Books, London.

 

Mortimer, I (2009). 1415: Henry V's Year of Glory. Vintage Books, London.

 

 

Wars of the Roses

 

Baldwin, D (2013). Richard III. Amberley Publishing, Stroud.

 

Goodwin, G (2011). Fatal Colours. Orion, London.

 

Seward, D (1995). A Brief History of the Wars of the Roses. Robinson, London.

 

Williamson, A (1981). The Mystery of the Princes. Sutton Publishing Ltd, Sparkford.

 

 

Tudors

 

Bradley, D (2016). Henry VIII: The Flawed King. Amazon.

 

Fergusson, J (1947). 1547: the Rough Wooing. Blackwood's Magazine no. 262, London.

 

Fraser, G.M (1971). The Steel Bonnets: the Story of the Anglo-Scottish Border Border Reivers. London.

 

Harrington, P (2007). The Castles of Henry VIII. Osprey, London.

 

Lee, C (2003). 1603: The Death of Elizabeth I and Birth of the Stuart Era. Review, Chatham.

 

Morley, B.M (1976). Henry VIII and the development of coastal defence. HMSO, Worcester.

 

Rigold, S.E (2012). Yarmouth Castle. English Heritage, London.

 

 

Scottish Clans

 

Breeze, D J (2002). People and places: the men, women and places that made Scottish history. Edinburgh.

 

Brown, K.M (2000). Noble Society in Scotland: Wealth, Family and Culture from Reformation to Revolution. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

 

Cauldwell, D.H (1998). Scotland's Wars and Warriors: Winning against the Odds. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Close-Brooks, J (1986). Exploring Scotland's heritage: the Highlands. Edinburgh.

 

Davidson, D. P. Kaim of Mathers: A Historical Tale. Montrose.

 

George, S (1951). Highlands of Scotland. Robert Hale Ltd, London.

 

Maclean, F (1995). Highlanders: A History of the Highland Clans. Adelphi, London.

 

Mackay, D. N (1922). Clan Warfare in the Scottish Highlands. Alexander Gardner, Paisley

 

Moncreiffe, I, Pearson, A and Stirling, D (2012). Scotland of Old Clans Map. Harper Collins, Glasgow.

 

Paterson, R. C (2001). The Lords of the Isles: A History of Clan Donald. Birlinn, Edinburgh

 

Yeonman, P (1995). Medieval Scotland. Edinburgh.

 

 

Stuarts and the Civil War

 

Adamson, J (2007). The Noble Revolt. Orion, London.

 

Bennett, M (1990). A Travellers Guide to Battlefields of the English Civil War. Webb and Bower Ltd, Exeter.

 

Broxap, E (1973). The Great Civil War in Lancashire: 1642-51. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

 

Fraser, A (1996). The Gunpowder Plot. Pheonix, London.

 

Gardiner, S.R (1889). History of the Great Civil War. London.

 

Harrington, P (2003). English Civil War Fortifications 1642-51. Osprey, Oxford.

 

Hunt, T (2003). The English Civil War at First Hand. Orion Books, London.

 

Roberts, J.L (2000). Clan, King and Covenant: History of the Highland Clans from Civil War to the Glencoe Massacre. Edinburgh University Press.

 

Roberts, K (2005). Cromwell's War Machine: The New Model Army 1645-60. Pen and Sword, Barnsley

 

Royle, T (2004). Civil War: The Wars of Three Kingdoms 1638-1660. Abacus, London.

 

Shoesmith, R (1995). The Civil War in Hereford. Logaston Press, Hereford.

 

Stevenson, D (1977). Revolution & Counter-Revolution in Scotland 1644-51. Newton Abbott.

 

Woolrych, A (2002). Britain in Revolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

 

Jacobites

 

Ang, T abd Pollard, M (1984). Walking the Scottish Highlands: General Wade’s Military Roads. Andre Deutsch Ltd, London.

 

Bowditch, L (2013). Culloden. National Trust for Scotland, Edinburgh

 

Chandler, D (1990). The Art of Warfare in the Age of Marlborough. Spelmount, Staplehurst.

 

McCall, C (2003). Routes, Roads and Rebellions: A Brief History of the Life and Works of General George Wade. SOLCOL, Matlock.

 

Maclean, F (1995). Highlanders: A History of the Highland Clans. Adelphi, London.

 

Salmond, J.B (1938). Wade in Scotland, New and enlarged. Edinburgh.

 

Vallance, E (2006). The Glorious Revolution: 1688 - Britain's Fight for Liberty. Little Brown, London

 

 

Historical Documents

 

Berggren, J.L and Jones, A (2001). Ptolemy's Geography. Princeton University Press.

 

Birley, A.R (1999).  Tacitus, Agricola and Germany. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

Butler, M (2014). The Burghal Hidage: The text of the A-Version Burghal Hidage.

 

Carruthers, B and Ingram, J. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Illustrated and Annotated. Pen and Sword, Barnsley.

 

Donaldson, G (1997). Scottish Historical Documents. Neil Wilson Publishing, Castle Douglas.

 

Douglas, D.C and Whitelock, D (ed) (1979). English Historical Documents Vol 1 (c500-1042). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Greeaway, G.W (ed) (1981). English Historical Documents Vol 2 (1042-1189). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Rothwell, H (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 3 (1189-1327). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Myers, A.R (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 4 (1327-1485). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Williams, C.H (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 5 (1485-1558). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C, Coward, B and Gaunt, P (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 5B (1603-1660). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Browning, A (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 6 (1660-1714). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C, Horn, D.B and Ransome, M (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 7 (1714-1783). Routledge, London.

 

Douglas, D.C and Aspinall, A (ed) (1975). English Historical Documents Vol 11 (1783-1832). Routledge, London.

 

Evans, D.S (1876). Literature of the Kymry. London.

 

Guest, C.E (1998). The Mabinogian. Dover Publications.

 

Sewell, R.C (1846). Gesta Stephani, Regis Anglorum et Ducis Normannorum.

 

Silvius, P (2010). Notitia Dignitatum.

 

Stubbs, W (1882). Chronicles of the Reigns of Edward I and Edward II. Rolls, London.

 

Thorpe, L (1979). Gerald of Wales: The Journey Through Wales and the Description of Wales. London.

 

Williams, A and Martin, G.H (2003). Domesday Book: A Complete Translation. Viking, London.

 

 

Britain’s Road Network

 

Ang, T abd Pollard, M (1984). Walking the Scottish Highlands: General Wade’s Military Roads. Andre Deutsch Ltd, London.

 

Beresford, M.W and St Hoseph, J.K.S (1979). Medieval England - An Aerial Study. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

Colyer, R (1984). Roads and Trackways of Wales. Moorland.

 

Davies, H (2008). Roman Roads in Britain. Shire Archaeology, Oxford.

 

Dodd, A.E (1980). Peakland Roads and Trackways. Moorland.

 

Hemery, E (1986). Walking Dartmoor's Ancient Tracks. Hale.

 

Hindle, B.P (1998). Roads and Tracks of the Lake District. Cicerone Press.

 

Hindle, B.P (2016). Medieval Roads and Tracks. Shire Archaeology, Oxford.

 

Jennett, S (1971). The Pilgrim's Way. Cassell

 

Millea, N (2007). The Gough Map, the earliest road map of Great Britain? Bodleian Library.

 

Ordnance Survey, Historic England and RCAHMW (2016). Ancient Britain. 1:625,000 Scale. Ordnance Survey, Southampton.

 

Ordnance Survey, Historic England and RCAHMW (2016). Roman Britain. 1:625,000 Scale. Ordnance Survey, Southampton.

 

Prevett, T (2008). Roads and Trackways of North Wales. Landmark.

 

Robertson, A.E (1947). Old Tracks, Cross-Country Routes and Coffin Roads in the North-West Highlands. Scottish Mountaineering Club Journal.

 

Salmond, J.B (1938). Wade in Scotland, New and enlarged. Edinburgh.

 

Wright, G.N (1985). Roads and Trackways of the Yorkshire Dales. Moorland.

 

Wright, G.N (1988). Roads and Trackways of Wessex. Moorland.

 

 

Misc

 

Breeze, D J (2002). People and places: the men, women and places that made Scottish history. Edinburgh.

 

Brown, K.M (2000). Noble Society in Scotland: Wealth, Family and Culture from Reformation to Revolution. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

 

Cauldwell, D.H (1998). Scotland's Wars and Warriors: Winning against the Odds. Historic Scotland, Edinburgh.

 

Chandler, D (1990). The Art of Warfare in the Age of Marlborough. Spelmount, Staplehurst.

 

Close-Brooks, J (1986). Exploring Scotland's heritage: the Highlands. Edinburgh.

 

Davidson, D. P. Kaim of Mathers: A Historical Tale. Montrose.

 

Falkus, M and Gillingham, J (1981). Historical Atlas of Great Britain. Grisewood and Dempsey, London.

 

George, S (1951). Highlands of Scotland. Robert Hale Ltd, London.

 

Jones, G (1977). Oxford Book of Welsh Verse in English. Oxford.

 

Maclean, F (1995). Highlanders: A History of the Highland Clans. Adelphi, London.

 

Mackay, D. N (1922). Clan Warfare in the Scottish Highlands. Alexander Gardner, Paisley

 

Moncreiffe, I, Pearson, A and Stirling, D (2012). Scotland of Old Clans Map. Harper Collins, Glasgow.

 

Paterson, R. C (2001). The Lords of the Isles: A History of Clan Donald. Birlinn, Edinburgh

 

Prestwich, M (1996). Armies and Warfare in the Middle Ages: The English Experience. Yale.

 

Yeonman, P (1995). Medieval Scotland. Edinburgh.