Royal Scone Conference

Posted on March 16, 2015

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It has been way, way, too long since I have blogged. Been incredibly busy with lots of projects and I hope to share with you soon. But until then, here are some videos I did for the Royal Scone Conference-

Gordon Noble presents ‘Cult and Kingship – Understanding the Early Pictish Royal Centre at Rhynie’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Alan Miller presents the ‘Digital reconstruction of Scone Abbey’ at the Royal Scone Conference

Alastair Mann presents ‘The Last Coronation of a King of Scots: Charles II in 1651 at Scone’ st the Royal Scone Conference

Alexandra Sanmark presents the ‘At the Assembly: Elite Rituals and the Creation of Ritual Space’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

David Caldwell presents ‘Finlaggan, Islay – a place for inaugurating kings’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

David Rollason presents ‘Stones and stone thrones in ‘celtic’ and non-‘celtic’ kingship across the middle ages’ at the Royal Scone Conference

Jan-henrik Fallgren presents ‘Scandinavian Hill Forts – Symbolic sites for royal and common rituals’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Jana Maríková-Kubková presents ‘Prague Castle – Seat of the Dukes and Kings of Bohemia, Place of Their Investiture’ at the Royal Scone Conference

John Ljungkvist presents Gamla Uppsala through a millennia – a continuous centre in constant transformation’ at the Royal Scone Conference

Judith Ley presents ‘From Charlemagne’s Royal Residence to the German Coronation Place: A New Theory to the Function and Symbolism of the Aachen Palace’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Karsten Ley presents ‘Charlemagne’s own palatine chapel: Perception and Development of Aachen’s Carolingian Heritage 1949 ‐ 1978 ‐ 2014’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Lucinda Dean presents ‘Where to make the king (or queen): the importance of place in Scottish inaugurations and coronations from 1214 to 1651’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Matthew Hammond presents ‘Perth/Scone and assembly government in the mid-twelfth century’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Øystein Erkoll presents “‘The Kings’ Chair’ – The Royal Acclamation Tribune on Nidaros Cathedral Cemetery” at the Royal Scone Conference.

Patrick Gleeson presents ‘Gathering the nations of early medieval Ireland: debating provincial kingship, royal government and ceremony in the post-Roman West’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Richard Millar presents ‘Scone Abbey: An Overview of its Portfolio of Lands, Rights, and Churches’ at the Royal Scone Conference.

Andrew Johnson gives a talk about Tynwald on the Isle of Man.

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