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Anderson, A O (compiled); Early Sources of Scottish History: AD 500-1286. Vol. 1. Edinburgh, 1923.

Bain, Robert; 1899; History of Ross, Dingwall.

Baldwin, J R (ed) 1986, Firthlands of Ross and Sutherland.

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Cavill, Harding and Jesch, “Revisiting Dingismere”, Journal of the English Place-name Society vol. 36, Oct. 2004, pp. 25-38.

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Cowan, E 1993 The Historical MacBeth in Sellar, D (ed), Moray, Past and Present, pp. 117-42.

Crawford, B E; 1987; Scandinavian Scotland. Leicester

Crawford, B E 1986 The Making of a frontier. The Firthlands from 9th – 12th Centuries in Baldwin (above) pp. 33-46.

Crawford B E (ed) 1995 Scandinavian Settlement in Northern Britain.

Fellows-Jensen, Gillian; 1996; ’Tingwall:The Significance of the Name’, in Doreen Waugh (ed), Shetland’s Northern Links: Language and History, Edinburgh

Fordun, Gesta Annal., xxvii.  Chronicle of Fordun I p.278, ii p. 274.

Fraser, I; 1986; Norse and Celtic Place-names around the Dornoch Firth in Baldwin (above).

Fraser, Sir William; “The Earls of Cromartie”, vol. 2.

Graham-Campbell, J and Batey, C E “Vikings in Scotland, an archaeological Survey”, 1998.

Graham-Campbell, J and Batey, C. E; 1998; Vikings in Scotland, Edinburgh.

Grant, Alexander; The Province of Ross and the Kingdom of Alba in Alba ed. Cowan E J and  McDonald R A ; 2000, East Linton.

Macdonald, D, LRIBA, FRIAS; The Book of Ross, 1936, Dingwall pp.

MacDonald, D and S; Dingwall… reminding me of Thingvalla - Dingwall’s hidden history. [forthcoming]

Macrae, Norman; 1923; Romance of a Royal Burgh, Dingwall’s Thousand Years, Dingwall.

O’Grady, 0.J.T; 2008; The Setting and Practise of Open-air Judicial Assemblies in Medieval Scotland: a Multidisciplinary Study. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow.

O’Grady, O.J.T; 2011; St Clements Isle, Dingwall Parish Church, Dingwall, Highland: Report on Geophysical Survey, Electrical Resistance. Unpublished Report (www.thingsites.com) OJT Surveys.

O’Grady, O.J.T; 2011. The Dingwall Viking Thing Project. Cromartie Memorial Car Park, Dingwall, Highland. Report on Geophysical Survey, Ground Penetrating Radar. Unpublished Report. (www.thingsites.com) OJT Surveys.

Palsson and Edwards (translated) 1972; Landnámabók (The Book of Settlements).

Pantos, A and Semple, S J; 2004; Assembly Places and Practices in Medieval Europe, Dublin: Four Courts Press.

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  • Donald Mclean’s disposition of ye mute hill of Dingll to Tarbatt NAS Ex GD305/1/45(e).
  • Minute Books of Dingwall Burgh Council, 1708-1832, held in Dingwall Museum.
  • Charter to Dingwall by James IV [1497] in Register of the Great Seal, vol. 1424-1515. No. 2 387.
  • Charter of grant of lands in the burgh of Dingwall to Mr Ronald Bayne [1591] in Great Seal.
  • Charter to Dingwall by James VI [1587), includes re-statement of the charter granted by Alexander II [1226/7].  Held in the Dingwall Museum.
  • Annals of Ulster.
  • Charter: Resignation of lands of earldom of Ross to King James IV by James Stewart Duke of Ross [1503] Reproduced in Additional Sutherland Case.

 

Scottish General

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Driscoll, S. T The Archaeological Context of Assembly in Early Medieval Scotland -  Scone and its Comparanda. In Assembly Places and Practises in Medieval Europe. Dublin, Four Courts Press

Fellows-Gensen, J. 1984. Viking Settlement in the Northern and Western Isles -  The Place-name Evidence as seen from Denmark and the Danelaw. In Fenton, Alexander and Hermann Palsson. The Northern and Western Isles in the Viking World: Survival, Continuity and Change. Edinburgh, John Donald Publishers.

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