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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Brink, Stefan (11)

Stefan Brink

1996. Forsaringen. Nordens äldsta lagbud

1996a. Political and Social Structures in Early Scandinavia [1]: A Settlement-historical Pre-study of the Central Place

1996b. Forsaringen – Nordens äldsta lagbud

1999a. Fornskandinavisk religion – förhistoriskt samhälle. En bosättningshistorisk studie av centralorter i Norden

2000. Forntida vägar

2004. Legal Assembly Places in Early Scandinavia

2007a. How Uniform Was the Old Norse Religion?

2007b. Skiringssal, Kaupang, Tjølling – the Toponymic Evidence

2008. Lord and Lady — Bryti and Deigja: Some Historical and Etymological Aspects of Family, Patronage and Slavery in Early Scandinavia and Anglo-Saxon England

2008. The Viking World

2012. Vikingarnas slavar: Den nordiska träldomen under yngre järnålder och äldsta medeltid

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