Caldwell, David H. 1951–

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Caldwell, David H. 1951–

(David Hepburn Caldwell)

PERSONAL:

Born December 15, 1951, in Scotland; son of Alexander (a maritime pilot) and Dorothy Caldwell; married Margaret Anne McGovern, September 9, 1975; children: Helen Frances, Barbara Cecelia, Michael Alexander. Ethnicity: "Scottish." Education: University of Edinburgh, M.A. (with honors) and Ph.D.

ADDRESSES:

Home—Burntisland, Fife, Scotland. Office—National Museums Scotland, Chambers St., Edinburgh EH1 1JF, Scotland; fax: 01-31-247-4070. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh, began as deputy keeper of history, became keeper of Scotland and Europe. Finlaggan Archaeological Project, director.

MEMBER:

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (fellow), Society of Antiquaries of London (fellow).

WRITINGS:

The Scottish Armoury, W. Blackwood (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1979.

(Editor and contributor) Scottish Weapons and Fortifications, 1100-1800, John Donald (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1981.

(Editor) Angels, Nobles, and Unicorns: Art and Patronage in Medieval Scotland, National Museum (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1982.

Scotland's Wars and Warriors, Stationery Office (Edinburgh, Scotland), 1998.

Islay, Jura, and Colonsay: A Historical Guide, Birlinn (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2001.

Contributor to learned journals.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Times Literary Supplement, May 7, 1982, review of Scottish Weapons and Fortifications, 1100-1800.

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