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David I, c 1082-1153 (King of Scotland)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: c 1082-1153

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

A collection of Letters from various Burghs, with the Laws of King David, King William, and King Alexander, 1496

 part
Identifier: MS 208/ff. 241r-251r
Contents This section contains a collection of Letters from various Burghs, with the Laws of King David, King William, and King Alexander grouped together. The Letters and Laws are in Scots, and end incompletely; the colophon (in Latin) has been inserted after 2 blank pages.The Letters start on f. 240r. This is a miscellaneous collection of Letters from various Burghs, including Lanarke, Aberdeen, and Newcastle. These texts concern the customs of these Burghs.The ...
Dates: 1496

Leges Forestarum, late 15th century

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Identifier: MS 208/ff. 126r-129r
Contents This section contains the Leges Forestarum, or Laws of the Forest. It starts on f. 126 and contains 17 titles. It ends on f. 129r with the words Et sic finiuntur leges forestarum. Expliciunt consuetudines Scocie edite per David regem Scocie. Writing This section is written in the same hand as the previous section, but the following section is written in...
Dates: late 15th century

Leges Quatuor Burgorum, 1496

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Identifier: MS 208/ff. 130r-150v
Contents This section contains the Leges Quatuor Burgorum, or the Laws of the Four Burghs. This legal text regulated Lothian law, and was part of King David I’s codifiication of Scottish law, which he achieved mainy through the Leges inter Brettos et Scottos, or the Laws of the Brets and Scots, which was promulgated around the same time as the ...
Dates: 1496

Note about seal hunting rights in a grant by King David I, c1875

 Item
Identifier: Coll-97/CW112/45
Scope and Contents Note about seal hunting rights in a grant by King David I as recorded in Pennant's A tour in Scotland, and voyage to the Hebrides, 1772 (see bibliography below).
Dates: c1875