Norman Macdougall

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Norman Macdougall is a Scottish historian who is known for writing about Scottish crown politics.[1] He was a senior lecturer in Scottish history at the University of St Andrews.

Macdougall has written biographies of the kings James III of Scotland and James IV of Scotland. He was also responsible for editing a biography of James V of Scotland. Other publications include a work on the Auld Alliance, and editing Scotland and War, to which he also contributed an article on James IV's Great Michael.

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  1. ^ Stevenson, Katie (2006). Chivalry and knighthood in Scotland 1424-1513. Boydell Press. p. 11. ISBN 1-84383-192-9. Retrieved 23 February 2010. 

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