15. "Enrollment in medieval Scottish government: some points of comparison"
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Alice Taylor, University of Cambridge. In the final paper of the conference Alice Taylor offers some reflective and comparative comments on English and Scottish historiography in the central middle ages through analysis of the respective records of central government. In doing so she seeks to reinterpret the assumption that the thirteenth century witnessed the emergence of a record keeping bureaucracy in Scotland based on the English model.
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