Early christian communities in the north east: the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth

Alan MacQuarrie

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    Abstract

    This chapter looks at early christian communities in the north east
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAfter Columba, after Calvin
    Subtitle of host publicationcommunity and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland
    EditorsJames Porter
    Place of PublicationAberdeen
    Pages13-18
    Number of pages5
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

    Publication series

    NameElphinstone Institute Occasional Publications
    No.March 2000

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    Keywords

    • early christian communities
    • north east
    • evidence
    • deer
    • conveth
    • st laurence's kirk

    Cite this

    MacQuarrie, A. (1999). Early christian communities in the north east: the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth. In J. Porter (Ed.), After Columba, after Calvin: community and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland (pp. 13-18). (Elphinstone Institute Occasional Publications; No. March 2000). Aberdeen.
    MacQuarrie, Alan. / Early christian communities in the north east : the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth. After Columba, after Calvin: community and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland. editor / James Porter. Aberdeen, 1999. pp. 13-18 (Elphinstone Institute Occasional Publications; March 2000).
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    MacQuarrie, A 1999, Early christian communities in the north east: the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth. in J Porter (ed.), After Columba, after Calvin: community and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland. Elphinstone Institute Occasional Publications, no. March 2000, Aberdeen, pp. 13-18.

    Early christian communities in the north east : the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth. / MacQuarrie, Alan.

    After Columba, after Calvin: community and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland. ed. / James Porter. Aberdeen, 1999. p. 13-18 (Elphinstone Institute Occasional Publications; No. March 2000).

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    MacQuarrie A. Early christian communities in the north east: the evidence from Deer and from St Laurence's kirk at Conveth. In Porter J, editor, After Columba, after Calvin: community and identity in the religious traditions of north east Scotland. Aberdeen. 1999. p. 13-18. (Elphinstone Institute Occasional Publications; March 2000).