9.9 Bibliography

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Abernethy, D (2008) Bruach An Druimein, Poltalloch, Argyll: excavations directed by the late Eric Cregeen 1960-62. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 27.

Alcock, L and Alcock, P A (1979) Deserted Settlements at Burg, Kilninian, Isle of Mull. Vernacular Buildings, 5: 25-32.

Alcock, L and Alcock, E (1980) Scandinavian Settlement in the Inner Hebrides: Recent Research on Place-Names and in the Field’, Scottish Archaeological Forum, 10: 61-73.

Alcock, L and Alcock, E (1987) Reconnaissance Excavations on Early Historic Fortifications and other Royal Sites in Scotland, 1974-84: 2, Excavations at Dunollie Castle, Oban, Argyll, 1978. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 117: 119-148.

Atkinson, J (2003) Late Medieval Bloomery Sites: Settlement and Industry in the Scottish Highlands. In S Govan (ed) Medieval or Later Rural Settlement in Scotland: 10 Years On. Historic Scotland.  Edinburgh: 35-44.

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Bannerman, J (1974) Studies in the History of Dalriada. Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh.

Bannerman, J (1977) The Lordship of the Isles. In J Brown (ed) 1977 Scottish Society in the Fifteenth Century. Edward Arnold, London: 209-249.

Barrell, A (2003) The Church in the West Highlands in the Late Middle Ages. Innes Review, 54: 23-46.

Begg, A (1999) Deserted Settlements of Kilmartin Parish. Argyll and Bute Library Service, Dunoon.

Begg, A (2002) Deserted Settlements of Glassary Parish. Argyll and Bute Library Service, Dunoon.

Beveridge, E (1903) Coll and Tiree: Their Prehistoric Forts and Ecclesiastical Antiquities. Birlinn. Edinburgh.

Black, R (1999) Scottish Fairs and Fair-Names. Scottish Studies, 33: 1-77.

Boardman, S (2000) The Tale of Leper John and the Campbell Acquisition of Lorn. In E J Cowan and R A McDonald (eds) Alba: Celtic Scotland in the Medieval Era. Tuckwell Press. Edinburgh: 219-247.

Boardman, S (2003) The Campbells and Charter Lordship in Medieval Argyll. In S Boardman and A Ross (eds) The Exercise of Power in Medieval Scotland, c. 1200 – 1500. Four Courts Press. Dublin: 95-117.

Boardman, S (2005) ‘Pillars of the Community’: Clan Campbell and Architectural Patronage in the Fifteenth Century. In R Oram and G Stell (eds) Lordship and Architecture in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland. John Donald. Edinburgh: 97-122.

Boardman, S (2006) The Campbells, 1250 – 1513. John Donald. Edinburgh.

Breen, C and Raven, J 2012 ‘Dun Cholla, Colonsay, Survey and Test Excavation’ Interim Report. Available at <http://www.colonsay.info/text/Dun%20Cholla%202012.PDF> Accessed 30 March 2017

Breen, C and Raven, J (forthcoming) Maritime Lordship in Later Medieval Gaelic Ireland. Medieval Archaeology.

Breen, C, Forsythe, W, Raven, J and Rhodes, D (2010) Survey and Excavation at Dunstaffnage Castle, Argyll. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 140: 165-178.

Bridgland, N (2004) The Medieval Church in Argyll. In D Omand (ed) The Argyll Book. Birlinn. Edinburgh: 85-93.

Byrne, K (1997) Colkitto! A Celebration of Clan Donald of Colonsay. House of Lochar. Colonsay.

Byrne, K (2010) Lonely Colonsay: Island at the Edge. House of Lochar. Colonsay.

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Caldwell, D (1990) Finlaggan (Killarow and Kilmeny Parish), Medieval Residential Complex and Chapel. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland: 31-32.

Caldwell, D (1993) Finlaggan (Killarow and Kilmeny Parish), Medieval Residential Complex. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland: 64-65.

Caldwell, D (1998) Eilean Mor, Finlaggan, Islay (Killarow and Kilmeny Parish), Chapel. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland: 19.

Caldwell, D (2001) Islay, Jura and Colonsay: A Historical Guide. Birlinn. Edinburgh.

Caldwell, D (2003) Finlaggan, Islay – Stones and Inauguration Ceremonies. In R Welander and D Breeze (eds) The Stone of Destiny: Artefact and Icon. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph, No. 22. Edinburgh: 61-75.

Caldwell, D (2008) Islay: The Land of the Lordship. Birlinn. Edinburgh.

Caldwell, D and Ewart, G (1993) Finlaggan and the Lordship of the Isles: An Archaeological Approach. Scottish Historical Review, 72: 146-166.

Caldwell, D and Hall, M (eds) (2014) The Lewis Chessmen; New Perspectives. National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh.

Caldwell, D, Kirk, S, Howard, A and Ruckley, N (2015) Oronsay’s Sculptural Heritage. History Scotland, 15.5:24-28.

Caldwell, D, McWee, R. and Ruckley, N (2000) Post-Medieval Settlement in Islay – Some Recent Research. In J Atkinson, I Banks and G MacGregor (eds.) Townships to Farmsteads: Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland, England and Wales. B.A.R. (Brit. Ser.) 293. Oxford: 58-68.

Caldwell, D, McGibbon, F M, Miller, S and Ruckley, N (2010) The Image of a Celtic Society: Medieval West Highland Sculpture. In P O’Neill (ed) Celts in Legend and Reality. Papers from the Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, July 2007. Sydney Series in Celtic Studies, 9. University of Sydney. Sydney: 13-60.

Caldwell, D and Ruckley, N (2005) Domestic Architecture in the Lordship of the Isles. In R Oram and G Stell (eds) Lordship and Architecture in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland. John Donald. Edinburgh: 97-122.

Caldwell, D, Stell, G and Turner, D (2015) Excavation at Achanduin Castle, Lismore, Argyll, 1970-5: Findings and Commentary. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 145: 349-70.

Caldwell, D and Stell, G (forthcoming) Achanduin Castle, Lismore, Argyll: an account of the excavations by Dennis Turner, 1970-5. SAIR.

Campbell, A (1889) Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition, Vol. I; Argyllshire Series. David Nutt, London.

Campbell, A (2000-04) A History of the Clan Campbell, 3 Volumes. Edinburgh University Press. Edinburgh.

Campbell, A (2004a) The House of Argyll: The Rise of Clan Campbell. In D Omand (ed) The Argyll Book. Birlinn. Edinburgh: 140-50.

Campbell, A (2004b) The Early Families of Argyll. In D Omand (ed) The Argyll Book. Birlinn. Edinburgh: 182-89.

Campbell, D (1916a) The Clan Campbell: Abstracts of Entries Relating to Campbells from Various Sources. Second Series, Vol IV, O. Schulze, Edinburgh.

Campbell, D (1916b) The Clan Campbell: Argyll Sheriff Court Book at Inveraray. Second Series, Vol VIII, O. Schulze, Edinburgh.

Campbell, E (2003) The Western Isles Pottery Sequence. In B Ballin Smith and I Banks (eds) In the Shadow of the Brochs: The Iron Age in Scotland. Tempus. Stroud: 139-144.

Campbell, H (1933-34) Argyll Sasines, 2 Vols. Brown. Edinburgh.

Campbell, M (1977) Argyll; The Enduring Heartland. House of Lochar. Colonsay.

Campbell, M and Sandeman, M (1964) Mid-Argyll: an archaeological survey. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 95: 1-125.

Campbell, M (1984) Mid Argyll: An Archaeological Guide. Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Mid Argyll. Glenrothes.

Christison, D (1904) The Forts of Kilmartin, Kilmichael Glassary and North Knapdale. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 38: 205-51.

Clare, J (nd) Kilvickeon. Ross of Mull Historical Centre. Mull.

Cowan, I B (1961) The Development of the Parochial System in Medieval Scotland. Scottish Historical Review, 40: 97-118.

Cowan, I B (1967) The Parishes Medieval of Scotland. Scottish Record Society, 93. Edinburgh.

Cowan, I B (1974) The Post-Columban Church. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 18: 245-260.

Cowan, I B (1978) The Medieval Church in Argyll and the Isles. Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 20: 15-30.

Cowan, I B and Easson, D (1976) Medieval Religious Houses, Scotland. Longman. London.

Crawford, J (1997) Archaeological Collections from Sandhill Sites in the Isle of Coll, Argyll and Bute. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 127: 467-511.

Cregeen, E R (1968) The Changing Role of the House of Argyll in the Scottish Highlands.  In I M Lewis (ed) History and Social Anthropology. Tavistock, London: 153-

Cressey, M (1995) The Identification of Early Lead Mining: Environmental, Archaeological and Historical Perspectives from Islay, Inner Hebrides, Scotland.  Unpublished  PhD Thesis.  University of Edinburgh.

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Currie, A (1830) A Description of the Antiquities and Scenery of the Parish of North Knapdale, Argyllshire. A Currie, Glasgow.

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Dalglish, C (2005) An Age of Transition? Castles and the Scottish Highland Estate in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 39: 243-266.

Dalglish, D and Dixon, P 2008 ‘A Research Framework for Historic Rural Settlement Studies in Scotland’ Historic Rural Settlement Group.  Available at <https://www.stir.ac.uk/media/wwwstiracuk/cehp/images/HRSG%20research%20f... Accessed 30 March 2017.

Dawson, J (1997) Campbell Letters, 1559 – 1583. Scottish History Society. Edinburgh.

Dewar, J (1964) The Dewar Manuscripts. William MacLellan. Glasgow.

Dixon, P (1998) A Rural Medieval Settlement in Roxburghshire: Excavations at Springwood Park, Kelso, 1985-86. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 128: 671-751.

Dixon, P 2002 ‘The medieval peasant building in Scotland: the beginning and end of crucks’ in Ruralia 4, 187-200.

Dixon, P (2016) Mucked and Folded Land: The Evidence of Field Data for Medieval Cultivation Techniques in Scotland.  Agrarian Technology in the Medieval Landscape, Ruralia X: 107-23.

Dixon, P (forthcoming) What Do We Really Know About Transhumance in Medieval Scotland? In EAA Themes in Contemporary Archaeology: Historical Archaeologies of Transhumance Across Europe.  Maney Publishing.

Drummond, J (1881) Sculptured Monuments in Iona and the West Highlands. Llanerch. Edinburgh.

Duffy, S  and Mytum, H (eds) (2015) A New History of the Isle of Man: Volume 3; The Medieval Period, 1000 – 1406. University of Liverpool Press. Liverpool.

Dunbar, J (1981) The Medieval Architecture of the Scottish Highlands. In L MacLean (ed) The Middle Ages in the Highlands. Inverness Field Club. Inverness: 38-70.

Dunbar, J and Duncan, A A M (1971) Tarbert Castle. Scottish Historical Review, 50: 1-17.

Duncan, A and Brown, A (1957) Argyll and the Isles in the Earlier Middle Ages. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 90: 192-220.

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Easson, A R (1987) Ouncelands and Pennylands in the West Highlands of Scotland. In L Macgregor and B E Crawford (eds) Ouncelands and Pennylands. University of St. Andrews. St. Andrews: 1-9.

Ellis, C (2015) Final Report: The Archaeology at Shepherd’s Cottage, Kilchoman, Islay. Unpublished Report. Argyll Archaeology.

Ellis, C (2017) Monks, Priests and Farmers: A Community Research Excavation at Baliscate, Isle of Mull. Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, 68: http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-310-1/dissemination/pdf/2056-7421_68_Baliscate.pdf 

Ellis, C (forthcoming) A Mesolithic Lithic Scatter and Five Platforms, Loch Doilean, Sunart, Lochaber.

Ewart, G and Baker, F (1998) Carrick Castle: Symbol and Source of Campbell Power in South Argyll from the 14th to the 17th Century. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 128: 937-1016.

Ewart, G and Pringle D (2004) Dundonald Castle Excavations 1896-93. Scottish Archaeological Journal, 26.

Ewart, G and Triscott, J (1996) Archaeological Excavations at Castle Sween, Knapdale, Argyll and Bute, 1989-90. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 126: 517-77.

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Fairhurst, H (1939) The Galleried Dun at Kildonan Bay, Kintyre. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 73: 185-228.

Fairhurst, H (1956) The Stack Fort on Ugadale Point, Kintyre. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 88: 15-21.

Fairhurst, H (1969) A Medieval Island-Settlement in Loch Glashan, Argyll. Glasgow Archaeological Journal, 1: 47-67.

Fawcett, R (2002) Scottish Medieval Churches: Architecture and Furnishings. Tempus. Stroud.

Fawcett, R (2011) The Architecture of the Scottish Medieval Church. Yale University Press. London.

ScARF 2016 Foster, S., Forsyth, K., Buckham, S and Jeffrey, S (eds) Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at <http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/content/future-thinking-carved-stones-scotland> Accessed 30 March 2017.

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Gillies, H (1906) The Place-Names of Argyll. London.

Grant, A (1988) Scotland’s ‘Celtic Fringe’ in the Late Middle Ages: The Macdonald Lords of the Isles and the Kingdom of Scotland. In R R Davies (ed) The British Isles, 1100 – 1500: Comparisons, Contrasts and Connections. John Donald. Edinburgh: 118-141.

Gregory, D (1881) History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland. John Donald. Edinburgh.

Grieve, S. (1923) The Book of Colonsay and Oronsay, 2 Vols. Oliver and Boyd. Edinburgh.

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Hall, D, Haggarty, G and Jones, R (2017) The Pottery. In C. Ellis (ed) Monks, Priests and Farmers: A Community Research Excavation at Baliscate, Isle of Mull. Scottish Archaeological Internet Report, 68: http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-310-1/dissemination/pdf/2056-7421_68_Baliscate.pdf: 56-62.

Hay, R (2009) Lismore: The Great Garden. Birlinn. Edinburgh.

Higham, R (nd) Tiree Pilgrimage Route. Co Chomann Dualchas Thiriodh. Tiree.

Holley, M W (2000) The Artificial Islets/Crannogs of the Central Inner Hebrides. B.A.R. (Brit. Ser.) 303. Oxford.

Holley, M W and Ralston, I (1995) Radiocarbon Dates for Two Crannogs on the Isle of Mull, Strathclyde, Scotland. Antiquity, 69: 595-596.

Holliday, J (2016) Longships on the Sand. Scandinavian and Medieval Settlement on the Island of Tiree: A Place-name Study. An Iodhlann. Tiree.

Hood, F A (nd) Field Guide to the Archaeology of Kintyre. Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society.

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Innes, C (1851) Origines Parochiales Scotiae: The Antiquities, Ecclesiastical and Territorial of the Parishes of Scotland, Vol 2. Bannatyne Club. Edinburgh.

Innes, C (1855) Black Book of Taymouth: With Other Papers from the Breadalbane Charter Room. Bannatyne Club. Edinburgh.

Innes, C (1869) The Book of the Thanes of Cawdor. Spalding Club. Edinburgh.

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James, H F (1998a) Isle of Gunna (Coll parish). Discovery and Excavation in Scotland: 17.

James, H F (1998b) Gunna. GUARD Project Report 502, Unpublished Report. GUARD. University of Glasgow.

James, H F (2004) Bàrr Mór, Kilmartin, Argyll: Data Structure Report. GUARD Project 1445, Unpublished Report. GUARD. University of Glasgow.

James, H F (2009) Medieval Rural Settlement: A Study of Mid-Argyll, Scotland. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Glasgow.

Johnson, A (2002) Watch and Ward on the Isle of Man: The Medieval Reoccupation of Iron Age Promontory Forts. In P Davey and D Finlayson (eds) Mannin Revisited: Twelve Essays on Manx Culture and Environment. Society for Northern Studies. Edinburgh: 63-80.

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Kingston, S (2004) Ulster and the Isles in the Fifteenth Century: The Lordship of the Clann Domhnaill of Antrim. Four Courts Press. Dublin.

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Lamont, W D (1966) The Early History of Islay. Burns and Harris. Dundee.

Lamont, W D (1968) Ancient and Medieval Sculptured Stones of Islay. Oliver and Boyd. Edinburgh.

Lamont, W D (1981) ‘House’ and ‘Pennyland’ in the Highlands and Isles.  Scottish Studies, 25: 65-76.

Lane, A and Campbell, E (2000) Dunadd: An Early Dalriadic Capiltal. Oxbow Books.  Oxford.

Lewis, J (1996) Dunstaffnage Castle, Argyll and Bute: Excavations in the North Tower and East Range, 1987-94. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 126: 559-603.

Loeber, R (2001) An Architectural History of Gaelic Castles and Settlements, 1370-1600. In P Duffy, D Edwards and E Fitzpatrick (eds) Gaelic Ireland: Land Lordship and Settlement, c. 1250 – c. 1650. Four Courts Press. Dublin: 271-314.

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Macdonald, A (1974) Two major early monasteries of Scottish Dalriata: Lismore and Eigg. Scottish Archaeological Forum, 5: 47–70.

MacDonald, I G (2013) Clerics and Clansmen: The Diocese of Argyll Between the Twelfth and Sixteenth Centuries.  Bill.  Leiden.

MacDonald, J C (2010) Iona’s Local Associations in Argyll and the Isles, c. 1203 – c. 1575. Unpublished PhD Thesis.  University of Glasgow.

MacDonald, W and Murdoch, J (1997) Descriptive and Historical Sketches of Islay. Celtic House. Bowmore.

MacEacharna, D (1976) The Lands of the Lordship. The Romance of Islay’s Names. Argyll Reproductions. Port Charlotte.

MacKerral, A (1944) Ancient Denominations of Agricultural Land in Scotland: A Summary of Recorded Opinions, With Some Notes, Observations, and References. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 78: 39-80.

MacLean-Bristol, N (1995) Warriors and Priests: The Clan MacLean, 1300 – 1570. Tuckwell Press. East Linton.

MacLean-Bristol, N (1999) Murder Under Trust: The Crimes and Death of Sir Lachlan Mor MacLean of Duart, 1558 – 1598. Tuckwell Press. East Linton.

MacLean-Bristol, N (2007) Kirk on the Hill: The Story of the Church on the Isle of Coll AD 550 – 2007. Society of West Highland and Island Historical Research. Coll.

MacMillan, S (1960) Families of Knapdale: Their History and Their Place-Names. McMillan, Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA.

Macniven, A (2015) Vikings in Islay: The Place of Names in Hebridean Settlement History. John Donald. Edinburgh.

MacPhail, J (1914-34) Highland Papers 4 Vols. Scottish Texts Society. Edinburgh.

MacTaggart, K (2004) The MacPhedrans of Loch Awe and Loch Fyne.  Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness 42:

MacTavish, D (1935) The Commons of Argyll. Lochgilphead.

Marshall, D (1983) Excavations at Macewen’s Castle, Argyll, in 1968-69. Glasgow Archaeological Journal, 10: 131-142.

Martin, C (2009) Maritime Transport on the Western Seaboard from Prehistory to the Nineteenth Century.  In K Veitch (ed) A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, Vol. 8: Transport and Communication. Birlinn. Edinburgh: 137-67.

Martin, C (2014) The Sea World of the Chessmen. In D Caldwell and M Hall (eds) The Lewis Chessmen; New Perspectives. National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh: 185-200.

Martin, C and Martin, P (2003) Marine Boathouses of the Sound of Mull. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 32: 91-110.

Martin, P (2008) The Silent Shores Speak: Maritime Landscapes in North Argyll. Historic Argyll, 13: 10-17.

McDonald, R A (1995) Images of Hebridean Lordship in the Twelfth and Early Thirteenth Centuries: The Seal of Raonall MacSorley. Scottish Historical Review, 74: 129-143.

McDonald, R A (1997) The Kingdom of the Isles: Scotland’s Western Seaboard, c. 1100 – c. 1336. Tuckwell Press. East Linton.

McDonald, R A (2000) Rebels Without A Cause? The Relations of Fergus of Galloway and Somerled of Argyll with the Scottish Kings, 1153-1164.  In E J Cowan and R A McDonald (eds) Alba: Celtic Scotland in the Medieval Era. Tuckwell Press, East Linton: 166-186.

McDonald, R A (2007) Manx Kingship in its Irish Sea Setting, 1187-1229: King Rognvaldr and the Crovan Dynasty.  Four Courts Press.  Dublin.

McLeod, W (2004) Divided Gaels: Gaelic Cultural Identities in Scotland and Ireland c 1200-1650. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

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O'Grady, O J T (2008) The Setting and Practice of Open-Air Judicial Assemblies in Medieval Scotland: A Multidisciplinary Study. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Glasgow.

Oram, R (ed) (2014a) The Lordship of the Isles. Brill. Leiden.

Oram, R (2014b) ‘The Worst Disaster Suffered by the People of Scotland in Recorded History’: Climate Change, Dearth and Pathogens in the Long 14th Century. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 144: 223-239.

Oram, R and Adderley,  P (2010) Lordship, Land and Environmental Change in West Highland and Hebridean Scotland c. 1300 – c. 1450.  In S Cavaciocchi (ed) Economic and Biological Interactions in Pre-Industrial Europe from the 13th to the 18th Centuries.  University of Florence Press. Florence: 257-68.

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Pallister, M (2007) Argyll Curiosities. Birlinn. Edinburgh.

Paton, H (1915) The Clan Campbell: Abstracts of Entries Relating to Campbells in the Sheriff Court Books of Argyll at Inveraray. Second Series. O. Schulze, Edinburgh. 

Paton, H (1918) The Clan Campbell: Abstracts of Entries Relating to Campbells in the Books of Council and Session, Register of Deeds, 1554-1660. Volume VI. O. Schulze, Edinburgh.

Pennant, T (1774) A Tour in Scotland and a Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772. Birlinn. Edinburgh

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Raven, J (2005) Medieval Landscapes and Lordship in South Uist. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Glasgow.

Raven, J (2012a) Medieval Bute: An Archaeological Assessment.  In P Duffy (ed) One Island, Many Voices: Bute, Archaeology and the Discover Bute Landscape Partnership Scheme. Shaun Tyas. Donington:89-107.

Raven, J (2012b) The Shieling Survey: Central South Uist. In M Parker Pearson (ed) From Machair to Mountains: Archaeological Survey and Excavation in South Uist.  Oxbow Books. Oxford: 160-79.

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RCAHMS (2002) ‘But the Walls Remained’: A Survey of Unroofed Rural Settlement Depicted on the First Edition of the Ordnance Survey 6-Inch Map of Scotland. RCAHMS and Historic Scotland. Edinburgh.

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Sellar, W D H (1971) Family Origins in Cowal and Knapdale.  Scottish Studies, 15: 21-31.

Sellar, W D H (1973) The Earliest Campbells – Norman, British or Gael? Scottish Studies, 17: 109-125.

Sellar, W D H (2000) Hebridean Sea Kings: The Successors of Somerled, 1164 – 1316. In E J Cowan and R A McDonald (eds) Alba: Celtic Scotland in the Medieval Era. Tuckwell Press. Edinburgh: 187-218.

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Tabraham, C (1984) Norman Settlement in Galloway: Recent Fieldwork in the Stewartry. In D Breeze (ed.) Studies in Scottish Antiquity. John Donald. Edinburgh: 87-124.

Tabraham, C (1986) Scottish Castles and Fortifications. HMSO. Edinburgh.

Tabraham, C (1988) The Scottish Medieval Towerhouse as Lordly Residence in the Light of Recent Excavation. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 118: 267-276.

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Walker, B (2008) Building Reconstruction. In C Lowe (ed) Inchmarnock.  An Early Historic Island Monastery and its Archaeological Landscape. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Edinburgh: 239-41.

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Whittaker, J (1993) Mull: Monuments and History. Brown and Whittaker. Tobermory.

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