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Sources of the Maelstrom
The Lofoten Maelstrom on the northern coast of Norway has been renowned for centuries for its strength and dangerous whirlpools. We now complete a previous review of the historic literature about theExpand
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The Liberal Arts and the Polemic Strategy of the Opus Caroli Regis Contra Synodum (Libri Carolini)
Charlemagne is known, among other things, for his emphasis on education and the liberal arts in the Carolingian empire. The text Opus Caroli regis contra synodum from the 790s, traditionally calledExpand
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Two French or Flemish Manuscripts and their Scandinavian Fate
The Nordic countries suffered great losses in their holdings of medieval manuscripts after the Reformation in the sixteenth century. Some were reused for other purposes; thousands of manuscripts wereExpand
Nordic Latin manuscript fragments : the destruction and reconstruction of medieval books
1. Piecing Together the Past: The Accidental Manuscript Collections of the North [Tuomas Heikkila and Aslaug Ommundsen] 2. Reflections on Nordic Latin Fragment Studies Past and Present Together withExpand
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A Saint and his Sequence: Singing the Legend of St Olaf
St Olaf of Norway (d. 1030) was the first local saint of Scandinavia and remained important throughout the Middle Ages. His popularity was partly the result of conscious efforts to promote his cult,Expand
Books, scribes and sequences in medieval Norway
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