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"The Highlands" as a cultural concept only emerges in the late 14th century. It should not be confused with the Gaidhealtachd, which can be applied to the Gaelic speaking areas of any period. Keep in mind that in some centuries, the Gaidhealtachd covered most of the area of modern Scotland, while in others, it was limited to a very small corner.
These works address various aspects of the history and culture of the Gaelic speaking people of medieval Scotland. Their bibliographies and footnotes should give you a start on finding sources for further research and more specialized works.
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