This Book, The First In Our Companions To Medieval Studies Series, Is A Brief Introduction To The History, Culture, And Religion Of The Viking Age And Provides An Essential Foundation For Study Of The PeriodThe Companion Begins By Defining The Viking Age And Explores Topics Such As Viking Society And Religion Viking Biographies Provide Students With Information On Important Figures In Viking Lore Such As Harald Bluetooth, Eirik The Red, Leif Eiriksson, And Gudrid Thorbjarnardaughter, A Female Viking Traveler A Compelling Chapter Entitled How Do We Know About The Vikings And A Case Study On The Wandering Monks Of St Philibert Introduce Students To The Process Of Historical Inquiry The Book Concludes With A Discussion Of The Impact Of The Vikings And Their LegacyPedagogical Resources Include A Detailed Chronology, Study Questions, A Glossary, Maps, And Images Text Boxes Provide Information On Outsider Perceptions Of The Vikings, A Detailed Account Of A Viking Raid, And A Description Of A Chieftain S Dwelling In Arctic Norway This Study Also Benefits From A Multi Disciplinary Approach Including Insights And Evidence From Such Diverse Disciplines As Archaeology, Philology, Religion, Linguistics, And Genetics
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- 160 pages
- The Vikings and Their Age
- Angus A. Somerville
- 14 August 2018 Angus A. Somerville