The Survey of Dedications to Saints in Medieval Scotland

Boardman, Steve
September 2008
Innes Review;Autumn2008, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p189
Academic Journal
The article presents information regarding an electronic reference and research Internet resource called The Survey of Dedications to Saints in Medieval Scotland hosted by the Edinburgh University at www.shea.ed.ac.uk/Research/saints/.


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