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Declaration of Arbroath, 1320 (Facsimile with English translation).

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The declaration was written to Pope John XXII by Bernard de Linton on behalf of the barons of Scotland. It relates to the war with England.

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Other titlesArbroath, declaration of.
ContributionsJohn XXII, Pope, d. 1334., Linton, Bernard de.
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Pagination2 sheets
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Open LibraryOL20270486M

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