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The Resource The Vikings in Ireland and beyond : before and after the Battle of Clontarf, Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors

The Vikings in Ireland and beyond : before and after the Battle of Clontarf, Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors

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The Vikings in Ireland and beyond : before and after the Battle of Clontarf
Title
The Vikings in Ireland and beyond
Title remainder
before and after the Battle of Clontarf
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Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors
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  • maps
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non fiction
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  • Clarke, Howard B.,
  • Johnson, Ruth
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  • Clontarf, Battle of (Ireland : 1014)
  • Vikings
  • Clontarf, Battle of, Clontarf, Ireland, 1014
  • Ireland
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The Vikings in Ireland and beyond : before and after the Battle of Clontarf, Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors
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Copyright
Note
"This collection of essays originated in a symposium held in Dublin in April 2011..."--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
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  • txt
  • sti
  • cri
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  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
In memoriam Richard Hall (1949-2011) -- Foreword / Owen Keegan, Chief Executive, Dublin City Council -- Part I. In Prospect -- 1. Ireland and the Viking Age / Howard B. Clarke & Ruth Johnson -- Part II. 2. Before the Battle -- Written sources for pre-Christian sanctuaries in northern Europe / Signe Horn Fuglesang -- 3. The first generation in Ireland, 795{u2013}812: Viking raids and Viking bases? / Emer Purcell -- 4. The longphort in Viking-Age Ireland: the archaeological evidence / Eamonn P. Kelly -- 5. Viking camps and the means of exchange in Britain and Ireland in the ninth century / Gareth Williams -- 6. Vikings in Annagassan: the evidence of the annals and the wider context / Colmán Etchingham -- 7. A Viking warrior grave from Dublin / Linzi Simpson -- 8. The Ballinderry bow: an under-appreciated Viking weapon? / Andy Halpin -- 9. Fighting with silver: the Woodstown assemblage / John Sheehan -- 10. The Viking glass beads from Dunmore Cave, Co. Kilkenny / Joanne O'Sullivan -- 11. Viking Limerick and its hinterland / Brian Hodkinson -- 12. The break-up of Dál Riata and the rise of the Gallgoídil / Clare Downham -- 13. Mind the gap: the supposed hiatus in Irish art of the tenth century / Ruth Johnson -- Part III. During the Battle -- 14. A man of two faces: Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill in Middle Irish sources / Máire Ní Mhaonaigh -- 15. King Sitriuc Silkenbeard: a great survivor / Howard B. Clarke -- Part IV. After the Battle -- 16. Through a glass darkly: some sidelights on Viking influence on personal names and place-names in Ireland / Gillian Fellows-Jensen -- 17. Costumes and contact: evidence for Scandinavian women in the Irish Sea region / Christina Lee -- 18. The environment of Viking-Age settlements: recent evidence from Ireland to Russia / Eileen Reilly -- 19. Where are the longhouses? Reviewing Ireland's Viking-Age buildings / Rebecca Boyd -- 20. Viking-Age domestic settlement at 26{u2013}29 Castle Street, Dublin: a preliminary view based on archaeological excavations / Martin Byrne -- 21. Prelude to Hiberno-Scandinavian coinage: the Castle Street and Werburgh Street hoards / Andrew Woods -- 22. Copies or creations? Some shared elements in Hiberno-Norse and Scandinavian artwork / Uaininn O'Meadhra -- 23. Practice makes perfect? Motif-pieces as tools of communication and the exchange of tacit artistic knowledge in Viking-Age Dublin / Jessica L. McGraw 24. The art of politics: the Cross of Cong and the Hiberno-Urnes style / Griffin Murray -- 25. Rathdown slabs revisited / Christiaan Corlett -- 26. Celtic berserkers and feeble steersmen: Hiberno-Scandinavian military culture in Middle Irish literature / Catherine Swift -- Part V. In Retrospect -- 27. Irish Sea identities and interconnections during the Viking Age / David Griffiths -- 28. Vikings in Ireland: the catastrophe / Donnchadh Ó Corráin
Control code
913441501
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 526 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of color plates
Isbn
9781846824951
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)913441501
Label
The Vikings in Ireland and beyond : before and after the Battle of Clontarf, Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors
Publication
Copyright
Note
"This collection of essays originated in a symposium held in Dublin in April 2011..."--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
  • cri
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
In memoriam Richard Hall (1949-2011) -- Foreword / Owen Keegan, Chief Executive, Dublin City Council -- Part I. In Prospect -- 1. Ireland and the Viking Age / Howard B. Clarke & Ruth Johnson -- Part II. 2. Before the Battle -- Written sources for pre-Christian sanctuaries in northern Europe / Signe Horn Fuglesang -- 3. The first generation in Ireland, 795{u2013}812: Viking raids and Viking bases? / Emer Purcell -- 4. The longphort in Viking-Age Ireland: the archaeological evidence / Eamonn P. Kelly -- 5. Viking camps and the means of exchange in Britain and Ireland in the ninth century / Gareth Williams -- 6. Vikings in Annagassan: the evidence of the annals and the wider context / Colmán Etchingham -- 7. A Viking warrior grave from Dublin / Linzi Simpson -- 8. The Ballinderry bow: an under-appreciated Viking weapon? / Andy Halpin -- 9. Fighting with silver: the Woodstown assemblage / John Sheehan -- 10. The Viking glass beads from Dunmore Cave, Co. Kilkenny / Joanne O'Sullivan -- 11. Viking Limerick and its hinterland / Brian Hodkinson -- 12. The break-up of Dál Riata and the rise of the Gallgoídil / Clare Downham -- 13. Mind the gap: the supposed hiatus in Irish art of the tenth century / Ruth Johnson -- Part III. During the Battle -- 14. A man of two faces: Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill in Middle Irish sources / Máire Ní Mhaonaigh -- 15. King Sitriuc Silkenbeard: a great survivor / Howard B. Clarke -- Part IV. After the Battle -- 16. Through a glass darkly: some sidelights on Viking influence on personal names and place-names in Ireland / Gillian Fellows-Jensen -- 17. Costumes and contact: evidence for Scandinavian women in the Irish Sea region / Christina Lee -- 18. The environment of Viking-Age settlements: recent evidence from Ireland to Russia / Eileen Reilly -- 19. Where are the longhouses? Reviewing Ireland's Viking-Age buildings / Rebecca Boyd -- 20. Viking-Age domestic settlement at 26{u2013}29 Castle Street, Dublin: a preliminary view based on archaeological excavations / Martin Byrne -- 21. Prelude to Hiberno-Scandinavian coinage: the Castle Street and Werburgh Street hoards / Andrew Woods -- 22. Copies or creations? Some shared elements in Hiberno-Norse and Scandinavian artwork / Uaininn O'Meadhra -- 23. Practice makes perfect? Motif-pieces as tools of communication and the exchange of tacit artistic knowledge in Viking-Age Dublin / Jessica L. McGraw 24. The art of politics: the Cross of Cong and the Hiberno-Urnes style / Griffin Murray -- 25. Rathdown slabs revisited / Christiaan Corlett -- 26. Celtic berserkers and feeble steersmen: Hiberno-Scandinavian military culture in Middle Irish literature / Catherine Swift -- Part V. In Retrospect -- 27. Irish Sea identities and interconnections during the Viking Age / David Griffiths -- 28. Vikings in Ireland: the catastrophe / Donnchadh Ó Corráin
Control code
913441501
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 526 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of color plates
Isbn
9781846824951
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)913441501

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