Somerled: Hammer of the Norse

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NWP, 2004 - History - 180 pages
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A new in-depth historical insight into the 12th-century King of Argyll who laid the foundations for the rout of the Vikings from Scotland's west coast. In doing so he set the foundations for the Lordship of the Isles and created a maritime power base that was to challenge even the authority of the Scottish Crown until 1493.

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Interesting read. Could have done without the chapters on viking boat building though. Read full review

Contents

Scotland 1100 AD
3
Kings of Scotland
8
The Norse Kingdom of Man and the Isles
15
Copyright

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MacPhee is a Head Teacher and Education Adviser.

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