Journal Mediaeval Scandinavia , vol. 14

Mediaeval Scandinavia 14 (2004)

  • Pages: 250 p.
  • Size:160 x 240 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2005


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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-51379-9
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Summary

The contents of volume 14 comprise the following articles:

Christopher Abram, ‘Anglo-Saxon Influence in the Old Norwegian Homily Book’;
J. E. M. Benham, ‘Philip Augustus and the Angevin Empire: The Scandinavian Connection’;
Clare Downham, ‘Eric Bloodaxe – Axed? The Mystery of the Last Scandinavian King of York’;
Olle Ferm and Biörn Tjällén, ‘Ericus Olai’s Chronica regni Gothorum’;
Carolyne Larrington, ‘ “Undruðusk þá, sem fyrir var”: Wonder, Vínland and Medieval Travel Narratives’;
Russell Poole, ‘Some Examples of the Adverbial Genitive in Skaldic Poetry’;
Elizabeth Ashman Rowe, ‘Absent Mothers and the Sons of Fornjótr: Late-Thirteenth-Century Monarchist Ideology in Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar’;
Helge Sörheim, ‘Lead Mortuary Crosses found in Christian and Heathen Graves in Norway’;
Rolf Stavnem, ‘The Kennings in Ragnarsdrápa’;
Svanhildur Óskarsdóttir, ‘Writing Universal History in Ultima Thule: The Case of AM 764 4to’