[Northkeep] scottish personna

Tamberlin tamberlinofnk at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 17 16:06:37 PST 2003

Perhaps you could help narrow the field a little.  Are
you more inclined to the more "refined" late period or
the more "barbic" early period?

a friendly barbic scot :)

--- Marc Carlson <marccarlson20 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >From: Danielle <hegclan1 at valornet.com>
> >please help! need some help with my personna. i'm
> having an awful time
> >finding enough history to decide on an era to
> attach to. religious >history
> >also interests me. and i'm looking for info on
> midwifery, >medical stuff,
> >herbalism
> >mehrin (danielle)
> I'll try to be brief, since I'm not up to snuff
> today :)
> It may have a lot to do with what you are expecting
> to find.  There is a lot
> of stuff out there on those things regarding
> Scotland, although perhaps not
> as much in the academic materials.  Even so, you are
> not likely to find it
> all in one easy source, and what you get may not be
> what you were wanting.
> For example, I actually have a class that I can
> teach on Medieval medicine,
> but it has very little to do with Scotland.
> If any of you who HAVE Scottish history stuff,
> please help this lady out.
> Marc/Diarmaid
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