Chronica Gentis Scotorum
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The Chronica Gentis Scotorum or Chronicles of the Scottish People was the first substantial work of Scottish history. It was written by the priest John of Fordun, starting in 1363 until his death around 1384.
- Wallace, David. The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature. p. 234.
- Skene, Felix James Henry; Skene, William Forbes (1872), John of Fordun's Chronicle of the Scottish Nation, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, retrieved 2008-08-09
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