This title examines lay religious culture in Scottish towns between the Black Death and the Protestant Reformation: what the living did to influence the dead and vice versa; considers both continuities and changes, highlighting the Catholic Reform movement that reached Scottish towns before the Protestant Reformation took hold.
Part I: Lamenting the dead. 1. How the living influenced the dead -- 2. How the dead influenced the living -- Part II: Summoning the living. 3. Communities of religion -- 4. The individual in the community -- Part III. Subduing thunderbolts. 5. Religious dissent -- 6. Catholic reform
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