How to cite the Declaration
- The 'dynamic' edition: Key Concepts
- Understanding 'dynamic' text
- Using the dynamic edition
The Declaration of Arbroath
- Methodology for the new edition of the Declaration of Arbroath
- The manuscripts of the Declaration
- Translating the Declaration of Arbroath
A model of a dynamic edition of Regiam maiestatem
- Historical Introduction
- Description of the manuscripts
- Translating Regiam
- 'Dynamic' Symbols: An Aide-Memoire
- How to Cite
Interested in using and citing the dynamic edition? This page gives you all the information on how to cite it.
The entire edition:
Dauvit Broun, Alice Taylor, Geoffroy Noël, Ginestra Ferraro, Paul Caton, with Joanna Tucker and John Reuben Davies (eds), The Dynamic Edition of the Declaration of Arbroath, online at The Community of the Realm in Scotland, 1249-1424: history, law and charters in a recreated kingdom (https:// www.cotr.ac.uk/dynamic-declaration-arbroath).
The text editor underlying the edition is Archetype.ink, developed by Peter Stokes, Geoffroy Noël, and Stewart Brookes, and adapted by Geoffroy Noël and Miguel Vieira for the dynamic edition.
The UX/UI front end of the edition was developed by Ginestra Ferraro and Geoffroy Noël
Individual written sections (in alphabetical order; always developing and under construction):
Dauvit Broun, 'Translating the Declaration of Arbroath', in The Dynamic Edition of the Declaration of Arbroath, online at http://www.cotr.ac.uk/dynamic-declaration-arbroath/translating-declaration
Dauvit Broun and Joanna Tucker, 'Methodology for a new edition of the Declaration of Arbroath', online at https://www.cotr.ac.uk/dynamic-declaration-arbroath/methodology
John Reuben Davies and Dauvit Broun, 'The manuscripts of the Declaration', online at https://www.cotr.ac.uk/dynamic-declaration-arbroath/manuscripts
Alice Taylor with Dauvit Broun and Paul Caton, 'A Guide to using the Dynamic Edition of the Declaration of Arbroath', online at https://www.cotr.ac.uk/dynamic-declaration-arbroath/guide