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This front matter section of the book titled Sixteenth-century Scotland: essays in honor of Michael Lynch contains a list of illustrations, acknowledgements, abbreviations and notes on contributors. The present collection of essays is designed to open new windows onto the study of sixteenth-century Scotland. It is therefore most appropriate that the volume also functions as a Festschrift for one of the most distinguished historians of this crucial period: Professor Michael Lynch, the author of Scotland: a New History. Not only has Michael Lynch brought new perspectives to bear upon his subject, he has also, through his many publications, reached a very wide readership and made a remarkable contribution to the modern collective understanding.

Keywords: Festschrift; Michael Lynch; Scotland



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