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Author Viking Congress (13th : 1997 : Nottingham, England and York, England)

Title Vikings and the Danelaw : select papers from the proceedings of the Thirteenth Viking Congress, Nottingham and York, 21-30 August 1997 / edited by James Graham-Campbell, Richard Hall, Judith Jesch and David N. Parsons
Published Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2001
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Contents Title; Copyright; Table of Contents; The Thirteenth Viking Congress; Foreword; 1 Defining the Danelaw (Katherine Holman); 2 In search of the vikings: the problems and the possibilities of interdisciplinary approaches (D.M. Hadley); 3 The conversion of the Danelaw (Lesley Abrams); 4 Repton and the 'great heathen army', 873-4 (Martin Biddle and Birthe KjĂžlbye-Biddle); 5 Boundaries and cult centres: Viking burial in Derbyshire (Julian D. Richards); 6 Pagan Scandinavian burial in the central and southern Danelaw (James Graham-Campbell)
14 Finding the Vikings: the search for Anglo-Scandinavian rural settlement in the northern Danelaw (Julian D. Richards)15 In the steps of the Vikings (Gillian Fellows-Jensen); 16 Scandinavian elements in English place-names: some semantic problems (Tania Styles); 17 How long did the Scandinavian language survive in England? Again (David N. Parsons); 18 Skaldic verse in Scandinavian England (Judith Jesch); 19 Eddic poetry in Anglo-Scandinavian northern England (John McKinnell); 20 Representations of the Danelaw in Middle English literature (Thorlac Turville-Petre)
7 Expansion and control: aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian minting south of the Humber (Mark Blackburn)8 Anglo-Scandinavian urban development in the East Midlands (Richard Hall); 9 Lincoln in the Viking Age (Alan Vince); 10 New light on the Viking presence in Lincolnshire: the artefactual evidence (Kevin Leahy and Caroline Paterson); 11 The strange beast that is the English Urnes style (Olwyn Owen); 12 Five towns funerals: decoding diversity in Danelaw stone sculpture (David Stocker and Paul Everson); 13 The Southwell lintel, its style and significance (Philip Dixon, Olwyn Owen and David Stocker)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Old Norse language -- England -- Congresses.
Vikings -- England -- Congresses.
England -- Civilization -- Scandinavian influences -- Congresses.
Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066 -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Kongress
Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Graham-Campbell, James, editor
Hall, R. A. (Richard Andrew), 1949-2011, editor
Jesch, Judith, 1954- editor
Parsons, David N., 1966- editor
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