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TRACING OLD NORSE COSMOLOGY: 16 (Vagar Till Midgard) Hardcover – 10 Jan 2014


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Anders Andren is professor of archaeology at Stockholm University. He was formerly professor of medieval archaeology at Lund University, and has also been a visiting scholar in Athens, Cambridge, Copenhagen, Heidelberg, Sydney, and Uppsala.

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New methods, new insights. 3 Mar. 2014
By svein Harald Gullbekk - Published on Amazon.com
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A magistral discussion of cosmology in prehistorical and medieval societies from a professor of archaeology that has worked the field for many years. Interdisciplinary approaches provide new and useful insights through the use of archaeological evidence and narrative sources. A must read for anyone interested in the Old Norse society and religion.
Dr. Svein H Gullbekk
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Ancient Scandinavia 8 April 2014
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Very thorough and detailed look at artifacts, and no shying away from attempt to interpret. Well written with the reader in mind. A scholarly delight.
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