Monthly Archives: May 2016

Flemish Settlement in Scotland: Prosopography and Networks

This is the eighth posting in the series that sets out the content of sessions at the conference on “Scotland and the Flemish People” that will be held in St Andrews on 16 and 17June. This session, with speaker Dr Matthew … Continue reading

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Material culture in Flanders and the influence of the Low Countries on Scottish Church Architecture

This is the seventh posting in the series that sets out the content of sessions at the conference to be held in St. Andrews on June 16th and 17th.   This session provides two perspectives on Flemish material culture, in other … Continue reading

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Hints from the hinterland: place-name evidence for the nature of the Flemish presence

This is the sixth posting in the series that sets out the content of sessions at the conference to be held in St. Andrews on June 16th and 17th.  Considerable work has been done on place names in Scotland in … Continue reading

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