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The Saga of Bjorn, Champion of the Men of Hitardale

Alison Finlay - Biography & Autobiography - 2000 - 103 pages
This volume is about one of the earliest family sagas, relating a poet's lifelong love for a woman who becomes another man's wife. Poetic rivalry is an important theme in the ...
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Morkinskinna

Theodore Murdock Andersson, Kari Ellen Gade - History - 2000 - 556 pages
Morkinskinna ("rotten parchment"), the first full-length chronicle of the kings of medieval Norway (1030-1157), forms the basis of the Icelandic chronicle tradition. Based ...
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Sagas, Saints and Settlements

Gareth Williams, Paul Bibire - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 153 pages
This volume contains seven papers relating to Norse history and literature. Two cover issues of saga genre, two explore the relationship between sagas and medieval hagiography ...
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Topographies of Power in the Early Middle Ages

Frans Theuws, Mayke B. de Jong, Carine Van Rhijn - History - 2001 - 609 pages
Saint-Maurice d'Agaune - Gudme - Vistula - Francia - Maastricht - Aachen - Gaul - Cordoba.
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Queen Margrete I, 1353-1412: And the Founding of the Nordic Union

Vivian Etting - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 204 pages
This book presents the fascinating story of Queen Margrete I and her rise to power in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, which culminated in the founding of the Nordic Union in 1397 ...
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Viking Rus: Studies on the Presence of Scandinavians in Eastern Europe

Wladyslaw Duczko - History - 2004 - 290 pages
This book offers a detailed survey of the history and culture of Scandinavians, known as Rus, living during the Viking Age in the Eastern Europe where they created not only a ...
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The Structure of Old Norse DrˇttkvŠtt Poetry

Kari Ellen Gade - Poetry - 1995 - 290 pages
Probably recited at court, the drottkvaett was a form of Old Norse skaldic poetry composed to glorify a chieftain's deeds or to lament his death. Kari Ellen Gade explores the ...
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New Trends in Modern Dutch Literature

G. J. Dorleijn - History - 2006 - 158 pages
This volume contains a selection of essays presented at the international conference of Cultural Crises in Art and Literature, held in Groningen in November 2002, in special ...
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