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Danish connections 1000 – 1066: an archaeological perspective

Kruse, Susan Elizabeth (1980) Danish connections 1000 – 1066: an archaeological perspective. Masters thesis, Durham University.



This study concerns the connections of Denmark with the rest of Scandinavia and abroad in the period from 1000 to I066. A brief review of the non-archaeological evidence is provided in Chapters 1-3, but the bulk of the thesis, looks at the archaeological evidence (Chapters 4-9). Special attention is paid to England which for much of this period was politically united with Denmark. Throughout the work the limitations of the evidence both archaeological and non-archaeological are stressed, before any synthesis of general trends and. their nature is attempted.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Award:Master of Philosophy
Thesis Date:1980
Copyright:Copyright of this thesis is held by the author
Deposited On:18 Sep 2013 09:17

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