Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200
BRILL, Nov 29, 2013 - History - 242 pages
This collection of papers offers views of the interation and interdependence of Celtic and Norse populations in the the Irish Sea region in the period 800 A.D.-1200 A.D., bringing together the work of historians, archaeologists, art- and religious-historians and philologists
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