Viking empires

Angelo Forte, Richard Oram, Frederik Pedersen

Viking Empires, first published in 2005, is a definitive new history of five hundred years of Viking civilisation and the first study of the global implications of the expansion, integration, and reorientation of the Viking World. Offering an assessment of Scandinavian society before the 790s, the book traces the political, military, cultural and religious history of the Viking Age from Iceland to the Baltic States. The authors show that it is not possible to understand the history of the Norman Conquest, the successes of David I of Scotland or the relationship between the Holy Roman Empire and the Papacy without considering the impact of the history of Scandinavia. The book concludes with a new account of the end of the Viking era, arguing that there was no sudden decline but the gradual absorption of the Scandinavian kingdoms into the project of the crusades and a refocusing of imperial ambitions on the Baltic and Eastern Europe.

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[目次]

  • 1. Viking raiders, Scandinavian Kingdoms and the wider world
  • 2. The Beginnings
  • 3. First contact: England and the continent
  • 4. Ireland and Scotland
  • 5. A Water World
  • 6. Conquest and integration, c. 950-1260
  • 7. The second Viking age in England, c. 970-1066
  • 8. The Irish Sea
  • 9. Scotland and the Vikings
  • 10. Orkney and Shetland
  • 11. Crossing the North Atlantic
  • 12. Sailing the North Atlantic
  • 13. Scandinavia and European integration: reform and rebirth
  • 14. Conclusion.

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書名 Viking empires
著作者等 Forte, A. D. M.
Oram, Richard D.
Pedersen, Frederik
Oram Richard
Pedersen Frederick
Forte Angelo
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 2005
ページ数 xiv, 447 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 9780521829922
NCID BA71929539
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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