A history of the Vikings
Oxford University Press, 1973 - 504 sider
An illustrated study of the northern peoples and kingdoms of Ireland, Greenland, Britain, and Christian Europe and their culture, society and livelihood. Illustrations.
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The two who bore most immediately upon Norway's story were Eirik, nicknamed
Bloodaxe, and the child of Harald's old age, Hakon, called the Good, who was
fostered in England with king Athelstan. By the time Harald was forty we hear that
Jarl Eirik of Hladir, the magnanimous, temperate son of that immoderate lover of
gods, gold, and women, jarl Hakon Sigurdarson, received the coastal provinces
of the west from faraway Halogaland beyond the Polar Circle in the north to the ...
954, 95, 121, 240; enters Valhalla, 240; praised in verse by Egill Skallagrimsson,
349-50; mentioned, 121 », 134, 152, 198 Eirik Hakonarson, Jarl, holds command
under his father at Hjorungavag, 130; joins the Danish-Swedish confederacy ...
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LibraryThing ReviewBrukerevaluering - Steve.Bivans - LibraryThing
This is a very good overview of the Viking Age. I have used it as a textbook for a couple of college courses. My one critique is that Jones chose to break up the chronology a bit too much, in order to ... Les hele vurderingen
LibraryThing ReviewBrukerevaluering - C.Art - LibraryThing
A good primer for learning about the vikings. One will find it to general if they have done much study on the subject. Les hele vurderingen
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