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The Saints of Scotland: Essays in Scottish Church History, AD 450-1093

MacQuarrie, Alan (1997) The Saints of Scotland: Essays in Scottish Church History, AD 450-1093. John Donald, Edinburgh. ISBN 085976446X

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Abstract

One of the most important factors in the shaping of early Scottish society was religion, and in particular Christianity. This book examines some of the major names in religious development during that period.