Scotland in the Middle Ages 1124 - 1371

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  • Cost: £150
  • Credits: 10


The period from the accession of David I in 1124 to the death of David II in 1371 forged the modern nation of Scotland. This course will consider the extent to which David I’s feudal and economic innovations shaped Scotland. We will examine the influence of the Church on society and how religion was utilised to political advantage. The territorial expansion of Scotland will be assessed. We will also examine Anglo-Scottish relations during the period and consider the lives of William Wallace and Robert Bruce.