Anglo-Saxon, Viking & Early Medieval Europe (up to AD1000)

The period from AD 400 to 1000 throughout Europe, including Anglo-Saxon England, Vikings, Picts, and the early medieval Celtic world, as well as the Merovingian, Carolingian and Ottonian kingdoms.

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  1. Carolingian Catalonia: Politics, Culture and the Creation of an Imperial Province, 778-987

    Carolingian Catalonia: Politics, Culture and the Creation of an Imperial Province, 778-987 [Hardback]

    Cullen Chandler (Author)

    £75.00

    ISBN: 9781108474641
    Published by : Cambridge University Press
    Series: Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
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  2. Exploring Celtic Origins

    Exploring Celtic Origins [Hardback]

    Barry Cunliffe (Editor); John Koch (Editor)

    Regular Price: £45.00

    Special Price: £33.75

    ISBN: 9781789250886
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Exploring Celtic Origins is the fruit of collaborative work by researchers in archaeology, historical linguistics, and archaeogenetics over the past ten years. This team works towards the goal of a better understanding of the background in the Bro... .... Learn More
  3. The Avars: A Steppe Empire in Central Europe, 567-822

    The Avars: A Steppe Empire in Central Europe, 567-822 [Hardback]

    Walter Pohl (Author)

    £58.00

    ISBN: 9780801442100
    Published by : Cornell University Press
    The Avars arrived in Europe from the Central Asian steppes in the mid-sixth century CE and dominated much of Central and Eastern Europe for almost 250 years. Fierce warriors and canny power brokers, the Avars were more influential and durable than... .... Learn More
  4. Ireland's Immortals: A History of the Gods of Irish Myth

    Ireland's Immortals: A History of the Gods of Irish Myth [Paperback]

    Mark Williams (Author)

    £22.00

    ISBN: 9780691183046
    Published by : Princeton University Press
    Ireland's Immortals tells the story of one of the world's great mythologies. The first account of the gods of Irish myth to take in the whole sweep of Irish literature in both the nation's languages, the book describes how Ireland's pagan diviniti... .... Learn More
  5. Kinship in the Viking Diaspora: Icelanders and Their Relations Across the North Atlantic

    Kinship in the Viking Diaspora: Icelanders and Their Relations Across the North Atlantic [Hardback]

    Pragya Vohra (Author)

    £95.00

    ISBN: 9781472473059
    Published by : Routledge
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    The North Atlantic Viking diaspora in the medieval period has been of increasing interest to scholars, yet is an area that remains poorly understood. Through the lens of kinship relations, this book broadens understanding of the subject by testing... .... Learn More
  6. Kingship, Society, and the Church in Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire

    Kingship, Society, and the Church in Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire [Hardback]

    Thomas Pickles (Author)

    £85.00

    ISBN: 9780198818779
    Published by : Oxford University Press
    Series: Medieval History and Archaeology
    Inspired by studies of Carolingian Europe, Kingship, Society and the Church in Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire argues that the social strategies of local kin-groups drove conversion to Christianity and church building in Yorkshire from 400-1066 AD. It chall... .... Learn More
  7. Citadel of the Saxons: The Rise of Early London

    Citadel of the Saxons: The Rise of Early London [Hardback]

    Rory Naismith (Author)

    £20.00

    ISBN: 9781788312226
    Published by : I.B. Tauris
    With a past as deep and sinewy as the famous River Thames that twists like an eel around the jutting peninsula of Mudchute and the Isle of Dogs, London is one of the world's greatest and most resilient cities. Born beside the sludge and the silt o... .... Learn More
  8. The Olsztyn Group in the Early Medieval Archaeology of the Baltic Region: The Cemetery at Leleszki

    The Olsztyn Group in the Early Medieval Archaeology of the Baltic Region: The Cemetery at Leleszki [Hardback]

    Miroslaw Rudnicki (Author)

    £133.00

    ISBN: 9789004264946
    Published by : Brill
    Series: East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450
    Volume: 52
    The The Olsztyn Group in the Early Medieval Archaeology of the Baltic Region: The Cemetry at Leleszki deals with a much neglected problem of the archaeology of the early Middle Ages. Between the 5th and the 7th century, the region of the Mazurian ... .... Learn More
  9. Unquiet Women: From the Dusk of the Roman Empire to the Dawn of the Enlightenment

    Unquiet Women: From the Dusk of the Roman Empire to the Dawn of the Enlightenment [Hardback]

    Max Adams (Author)

    £20.00

    ISBN: 9781788543415
    Published by : Head of Zeus
    Wynflaed was an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who owned male slaves and badger-skin gowns; Egeria a Gaulish nun who toured the Holy Land as the Roman Empire was collapsing; Gudfrid an Icelandic explorer and the first woman to give birth to a European chi... .... Learn More
  10. Dreams and Visions in the Early Middle Ages: The Reception and Use of Patristic Ideas, 400-900

    Dreams and Visions in the Early Middle Ages: The Reception and Use of Patristic Ideas, 400-900 [Paperback]

    Jesse Keskiaho (Author)

    £20.99

    ISBN: 9781107442658
    Published by : Cambridge University Press
    Series: Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series
    Volume: 99
    Dreams and visions played important roles in the Christian cultures of the early Middle Ages. But not only did tradition and authoritative texts teach that some dreams were divine: some also pointed out that this was not always the case. Exploring... .... Learn More

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