Medieval Scandinavia: An Encyclopedia

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Phillip Pulsiano, Kirsten Wolf
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - History - 768 pages
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This classic resource on the world of the Sagas is now back in print. With full-page maps and useful supplementary photos, this acclaimed encyclopedia covers every aspect of Scandinavia during the Middle Ages, including rulers and saints, overviews of the countries, religion, education, politics and law, culture and material life, history, literature, and art. A valuable and absorbing volume for students of the Norse sagas, the Viking age, and Old English history and literature, and for anyone interested in the cultural and historical heritage of Scandinavia. Includes cross-references and comprehensive index.
  

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Prominent Anglo-Saxon scholar Phillip Pulsiano has authored and edited numerous books and articles, including Companion to Anglo-Saxon Literature & Culture, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts & Their Heritage (with Elaine M. Treharne), and the Barthar Saga.
Kirsten Wolf is a professor of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Wosconsin-Madison. In addition to editing a variety of works in the field of Icelandic studies, she has also published several important translations, including Writings by Western Icelandic Women.