SAGA-BOOK VOL. XXXVI

 

VIKING SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN RESEARCH

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
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CONTENTS

  • SAINT’S LIFE AND SAGA NARRATIVE. SIÂN GRØNLIE
  • FANTASY AND HISTORY. THE LIMITS OF PLAUSIBILITY IN ODDR SNORRASON’S ÓLÁFS SAGA TRYGGVASONAR. CARL PHELPSTEAD
  • GOSSIPS, BEGGARS, ASSASSINS AND TRAMPS: VAGRANTS AND OTHER ITINERANTS IN THE SAGAS OF ICELANDERS.JAMIE COCHRANE
  • NAMING THE LANDSCAPE IN THE LANDNÁM NARRATIVES OF THE ÍSLENDINGA­
  • SÖGUR AND LANDNÁMABÓK. ELEANOR ROSAMUND BARRACLOUGH
  • A NEW SOURCE FOR PART OF AN OLD ICELANDIC CHRISTMAS HOMILY. STEPHEN PELLE
  • URSULA DRONKE
  • RAYMOND IAN PAGE

REVIEWS

  • CORPUS OF ANGLO-SAXON STONE SCULPTURE. VOL. IX: CHESHIRE AND
  • LANCASHIRE. BY RICHARD N. BAILEY. (JOHN HINES)
  • VIKING WARFARE. BY I. P. STEPHENSON. (TOM WILLIAMS)
  • THE FUNCTION OF KINSHIP IN MEDIEVAL NORDIC LEGISLATION. BY HELLE VOGT. (CHRISTINE PEEL)
  • WITCHCRAFT AND MAGIC IN THE NORDIC MIDDLE AGES. BY STEPHEN A. MITCHELL (CLIVE TOLLEY)
  • SAINTS AND THEIR LIVES ON THE PERIPHERY. VENERATION OF SAINTS IN SCANDINAVIA AND EASTERN EUROPE. EDITED BY HAKI ANTONSSON AND ILDAR H. GARIPZANOV. (JONATHAN GROVE)
  • KINGS’ SAGAS AND NORWEGIAN HISTORY. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES. BY SHAMI GHOSH. (SIRPA AALTO)
  • MORKINSKINNA. EDITED BY ÁRMANN JAKOBSSON AND ÞÓRÐUR INGI GUÐJÓNSSON. (ALISON FINLAY)

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