Filling a spot within the literature for an academically orientated quantity at the Viking interval, this precise booklet is a one-stop authoritative advent to the entire most up-to-date learn within the field.
Bringing jointly today’s major students, either validated seniors and more youthful, state of the art lecturers, Stefan verge of collapse and Neil expense have developed the 1st unmarried paintings to assemble cutting edge examine from a spectrum of disciplines (including archaeology, historical past, philology, comparative faith, numismatics and cultural geography) to create the main entire Viking Age ebook of its sort ever tried.
Consisting of longer articles delivering overviews of vital topics, supported through shorter papers targeting fabric of specific curiosity, this finished quantity covers such wide-ranging issues as social associations, spatial concerns, the Viking Age economic climate, struggle, ideals, language, voyages, and hyperlinks with medieval and Christian Europe.
This unique paintings, particularly orientated in the direction of a college viewers and the proficient public, could have a self-evident position as an undergraduate direction e-book and may be a customary paintings of reference for all these within the field.
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