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Beltser A. A. The Baron and the Thieves: Lord Thomas Dacre and the Inhabitants of Tynedale and Riddesdale (1511–1525). Izvestiya of Saratov University. History. International Relations, 2015, vol. 15, iss. 1, pp. 57-61. DOI: 10.18500/1819-4907-2015-15-1-57-61

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The Baron and the Thieves: Lord Thomas Dacre and the Inhabitants of Tynedale and Riddesdale (1511–1525)

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Beltser Alexandr A., Samara National Research University
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This paper is dedicated to the Anglo-Scottish border in the 1st quarter of the 16th century. Based on the materials of the politics of the baron Dacre, the General Warden of the Marches, the author demonstrates peculiarities of the relations between the Crown, the nobility and local gentry.

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[1] Articles of Accusation preferred against Lord Dacre, Warden of the East and Middle Marches between England and Scotland, by the inhabitants of Northumberland//Hodgson J. History of Northumberland. Newcastle, 1828. V. III (i). P. 31-40.

[1] Reid R. King’s Council of the North. L., 1921. Ellis S. G. A Border baron and the Tudor State: The rise and fall of lord Dacre of the North// Historical journal. 1992. V. 35. № 2. Ellis S. G. Frontiers and Power in the Early Tudor State// History Today. April, 1995. Ellis S. G. Tudor Frontiers and Noble Power: The Making of British State. Oxford, 1995. Etty C. Tudor Revolution? Royal Control of the Anglo-Scottish Border, 1483-1530. Unpublished PhD thesis. Durham, 2006.

[1] Robson R. The Rise and Fall of the English Highland clans. Tudor response to a Mediaeval Problem. Edinburgh, 1989. P. 2-7.

[1] Ibid. P.22-29.

[1] Ellis S. G. A Border baron and the Tudor State: The rise and fall of lord Dacre of the North// Historical journal. 1992. V. 35. № 2. P.258. Ellis S. G. Tudor Frontiers and Noble Power: The Making of British State. Oxford, 1995. P.81.

[1] Ellis S. G. Tudor Frontiers and Noble Power... P. 84.

[1] Etty C. “Noo man indented for the keeping of the Borders”: Royal Administration of the Marches, 1483-1509// England and Scotland at War, 1296-1513. Leiden, 2012. P. 329-330.

[1] Ibid. P. 340

[1] Etty C. Neighbours from Hell? Living with Tynedale and Redesdale, 1489-1547// Liberties and Identities in Medieval British Isles/ Ed. by M. Prestwick. L., 2008. P. 122.

[1] Ibid.

[1] Ibid.

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