1 edition of Studies in the medieval Atlantic found in the catalog.
Studies in the medieval Atlantic
Benjamin T. Hudson
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Benjamin Hudson|
|Series||The new Middle Ages|
|LC Classifications||D119 .S84 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012011357|
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This collection of essays offers fresh analysis of topics in the exciting area of Atlantic World studies. Challenging standard assumptions, the essays advance the argument that the Atlantic Ocean was a region that encompassed ethnic and political boundaries, in which a sub-community shaped by culture and commerce arose.
"Studies in the Medieval Atlantic is an interdisciplinary collection of essays that answers the question: what did the Atlantic Ocean mean to medieval north Europeans.
Contributors analyze the Atlantic Ocean of the seventh to sixteenth centuries through literary, environmental, and historical approaches, studying it as an area that transcended ethnic or political boundaries. 'Hudson's Studies in the Medieval Atlantic breathes a gale of life into an unknown chapter of humanity's last great global expansion.
Threads of history, archaeology, and Norse sagas reveal the explorations of monks, Norse farmers, whalers, Irish sea-kings, and others who led the way. Studies in the medieval Atlantic. [Benjamin T Hudson;] -- This collection of essays offers fresh analysis of topics in the exciting area of Atlantic World studies.
Challenging standard assumptions, the essays advance the argument that the Atlantic Ocean was. 'Hudson's Studies in the Medieval Atlantic breathes a gale of life into an unknown chapter of humanity's last great global expansion. Threads of history, archaeology, and Norse sagas reveal the explorations of monks, Norse farmers, whalers, Irish sea-kings, and others who led the : Benjamin Hudson.
Early Medieval Studies on the Islands of the North Atlantic: Transformative Networks, Skills, Theories, and Methods for the Future of the Field Simon Fraser University Vancouver, BC April (Photo: Bardsey Island, Studies in the medieval Atlantic book, Wales and detail from Book of Kells).
Viking Pirates and Christian Princes: Dynasty, Religion, and Empire in the North Atlantic Benjamin T. Hudson, Associate Professor of History and Medieval Studies Benjamin Hudson Oxford University Press, - History - pages4/5(1). Kristen Seaver, Frozen Echo: Greenland and the Exploration of North America, ca.
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