Decolonizing the Viking Age, Volume 1
"This volume argues that the Scandinavian ""Viking Age"" can be seen as a system of knowledge constructed in the late 19th century and in its basic structures maintained up to the present day. This system of knowledge was heavily influenced by the nationalis"
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