16852.
Broun (Dauvit) (ed.), Clancy (Thomas Owen) (ed.): Spes Scotorum = Hope of Scots: St. Columba, Iona and Scotland / edited by Dauvit Broun and Thomas Owen Clancy.
Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1999. xv + 314 pp.
Rev. by
Kenneth Veitch, in The Scottish historical review 80/2 (Oct., 2001), pp. 262-263.

Classifications:

16853.
Clancy (Thomas Owen): Columba, Adomnán and the cult of saints in Scotland.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 3–33.

16854.
Taylor (Simon): Seventh-century Iona abbots in Scottish place-names.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 35–70.

16855.
Bannerman (John): The Scottish takeover of Pictland and the relics of Columba.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 71–94.

16856.
Broun (Dauvit): Dunkeld and the origin of Scottish identity.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 95–111.

16857.
Márkus (Gilbert): Iona: monks, pastors and missionaries.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 115–138.

16858.
O’Loughlin (Thomas): Res, tempus, locus, persona: Adomnán’s exegetical method.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 139–158.

16859.
O’Reilly (Jennifer): The wisdom of the scribe and the fear of the Lord in the Life of Columba.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 159–211.

16860.
Meek (Donald E.): Between faith and folklore: twentieth-century interpretations and images of Columba.
In Spes Scotorum (1999), pp. 253–270.