Treaties and Allegiances
It is clear from the events of thirteenth and fourteenth centuries that allegiances and treaties—signed, broken or declared null and void—were central to either the protection or loss of Scottish sovereignty, which teetered on a knife’s edge for much of the period. Clear and concise, this video dives deeper into the Treaties of Birgham and Edinburgh-Northampton, the Auld Alliance and the Declaration of Arbroath, and the contribution of each to Scottish national identity and consciousness.
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 8 min
Series: Scottish History
Printable Resources: Yes
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