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Vikings and the Danelaw Papers from the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Viking Congress, Nottingham and York, 21st-30th August 1997

Graham-Campbell, James & Richard Hall & Judith Jesch & David Parsons

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ISBN 10: 1842170473 / ISBN 13: 9781842170472
Published by Oxbow Books, Bx-169, 2001
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Hardcover. 8vo. Oxbow Books. 2001. 380 pgs. DJ in VG shape with light shelf-wear present to the DJ. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. Bx-169; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 380 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 41187

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Title: Vikings and the Danelaw Papers from the ...

Publisher: Oxbow Books, Bx-169

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

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A selection of papers from the 13th Viking Congress focusing on the northern, central, and eastern regions of Anglo-Saxon England colonised by invading Danish armies in the late 9th century, known as the Danelaw. This volume contributes to many of the unresolved scholarly debates surrounding the concept, and extent of the Danelaw. Contents: Defining the Danelaw (Katherine Holman); The problems and possibilities of inter-disciplinary approaches (Dawn Hadley); The Conversion of the Danelaw (Lesley Abrams); Repton and the 'great heathen army' (Martin Biddle and Birthe Kjbye-Biddle); Viking burial in Derbyshire (Julian D. Richards); Pagan Scandanavian burial in the central and southern Danelaw (James Graham-Campbell); Aspects of Anglo-Scandanavian minting south of the Humber (Mark Blackburn); Anglo-Scandanavian urban development in the East Midlands (Richard Hall); Lincoln in the Viking Age (Alan Vince); New light on the Viking presence in Lincolnshire: the artefactual evidence (Kevin Leahy and Caroline Paterson); The strange beast that is the English Urnes Style (Olwen Owen); Five town funerals: decoding diversity in Danelaw stone sculpture (David Stocker and Paul Everson); The Southwell lintel, its style and significance (Philip Dixon, Olwyn Owen and David Stocker); The search for Anglo-Scandanavian rural settlement in the Northern Danelaw (Julian D. Richards); In the steps of the Vikings (Gillian Fellows-Jensen); Scandanavian elements in English place-names: some semantic problems (Tania Styles); How long did the Scandinavian language survive in England? (David N. Parsons); Skaldic Verse in Scandanavian England (Judith Jesch); Eddic poetry in Anglo-Scandinavian northern England (John McKinnell); Representation of the Danelaw in Middle English Literature (Thorlac Turville-Petre); Hereward, the Danelaw and the Victorians (Andrew Wawn).

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