The Earl was appointed also to keep the peace towards the celebrated George Buchanan
, who had a pension out of the same Abbacy, to a similar extent, and under the like penalty.
Trevor-Roper, George Buchanan
and the Ancient Scottish Constitution (London, 1966).
His prose introduction to his now lost translation of the Scottish humanist George Buchanan
's Franciscanus ( c.
Burns writes about "George Buchanan
and the anti-monarchomachs"; Michael Mendle comments in passing that "Some elements of Henry Parker's thought .
"The key enterprise functions call for the establishment of information condification, an information repository and universal information access, so that one corporate-wide system can process such things as payroll, inventory, process control and billing," explains George Buchanan
, director of Hughes Business Communications, who heads up the GM Hughes ENA initiative.
It was probably a sapling when George Buchanan
, our greatest medieval Latin poet, who tutored Mary, Queen of Scots, first travelled to Stirling from his home in Killearn, along the same road.
was charged with having a replica of a Sig Sauer 9mm semi-automatic handgun which fired steel ball bearings.
Roger Green provides a succinct account of George Buchanan
's life and career, together with an able justification of his metrical practice against the criticisms of previous scholars.
(2013) 'Certeine Matters Concerning the Realme of Scotland: George Buchanan
and Scottish Self-Fashioning at the Union of the Crowns', The Scottish Historical Review 92 (1), pp.
(1506-1582) really is not one of my favourite people.
The sonnets were later circulated in print in the vernacular translations by Thomas Wilson of a Latin collection of writings by George Buchanan
, De Maria Scotorum Regina, which was first published in 1571.
The Scottish writer and Humanist, George Buchanan
(1506-1582), is largely forgotten today, even in his home country.