Diocese of Dunblane
The first record of its existence is a Papal Bull from 1155 referring to M. de Dunblan. By the episcopate of Bishop Clement, the cathedral was firmly located in Dunblane, Strathearn, Perth and Kinross.
The Diocese was led by the Bishop of Dunblane.
- John Parker Lawson (1844). The Episcopal Church of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution. Gallie and Bayley. p. 2.
- McLaughlan, Thomas (25 August 2015). The Early Scottish Church. Delmarva Publications, Inc. pp. 327–. GGKEY:L7YNTY3S4A4.
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