This week – 27 June 1299

Scimus fili, the famous papal bull, was drawn up while a Scottish embassy was in Rome for the consecration of David, bishop-elect of Moray. In the bull, Boniface VIII condemned English interference in Scotland and challenged Edward to produce evidence and proof that the English kings claimed rights over the Scots.


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