Volume 58, Number 1, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: The Innes Review

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  The earls of Dunbar and the church in Lothian and the Merse

pp. 1-34

  Sixteenth-century Pluscarden priory and its world

pp. 35-71

  Forging the compact of church and state in the development of Catholic education in late nineteenth-century Scotland

pp. 72-94

  The iconography of the devil: St Vigean's, Eassie and the Book of Kells

pp. 95-100

  Where were Middle Gaelic Glenn na Leóman and Inis Salutóiris ?

pp. 101-106

  The parish clerk and song school of Inverness, 1538–9

pp. 107-115


  The Chronicle of Ireland (review)

pp. 116-122

  Landscape and Environment in Dark Age Scotland (review)

pp. 122-123

  Forteviot. A Pictish and Scottish Royal Centre (review)

pp. 124-127

  The Campbells 1250–1513 (review)

pp. 127-130

  The Contribution of the Religious Orders to Education in Glasgow during the period 1847–1918 (review)

pp. 130-131