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Officers of State and Representation in the pre-modern Scottish Parliament

Mann A (2018) Officers of State and Representation in the pre-modern Scottish Parliament. In: Damen M, Haemers J & Mann A (eds.) Political Representation: Communities, Ideas and Institutions in Europe (c.1200-c.1690). Later Medievel Europe, 15. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 142-160.

This essay explores the nature of representation with regard to officers of state in the pre-1707 Scottish Parliament. The background and roles of these individual is considered, their corporate identities explored and a selection of case studies reviewed.

Representation; Parliaments; Estates; Government; Monarchy

See also output record of edited volume with upload of introduction and conclusion.

Author(s)Mann, Alastair
FundersRathenau Institute
Title of seriesLater Medievel Europe
Number in series15
Publication date31/08/2018
PublisherBrill Academic Publishers
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Place of publicationLeiden
ISSN of series1872-7875

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