5 edition of The Poetic Edda in the Light of Archaeology (Extre Series / Viking Society, V. 4) found in the catalog.
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Coventry, Published for the Viking Society for. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. Found 3 pages with moderate marking, otherwise, book's solid, softcover, The Poetic Edda (Oxford World's Classics), translated by Carolyn3 Larrington, pub. Oxford U. Press. Seller Inventory # SKU More information about this seller |.
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse Mythology (Garland Medieval Casebooks Book 30) by Paul Acker and Carolyne Larrington Kindle Edition £ £ The Poetic Edda in the Light of Archaeology.
by Birger Nerman | 1 Jan Unknown Binding Currently unavailable. Birger Nerman: The Poetic Edda in the Light of Archæology Ólafur Halldórsson: Danish Kings and the Jomsvikings in the Greatest Saga of Óláfr Tryggvason Ólafur Halldórsson: Text by Snorri Sturluson in Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar en mesta Old Norse Made New.
Neil S. Price: The Vikings in Brittany = Saga-Book XXII:6 (). Birger Nerman, in The Poetic Edda in the Light of Archaeology, puts forward the opinion that the majority of the stories must have been written before the Viking age.
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At the turn of the 9th century, the citizens of Reric allied with Charlemagne, who used the port as part of a. This new edition of mythological poems from the Poetic Edda takes the reader deep into the imagination of the Viking poets (c AD). Setting text and translation side by side, Dronke provides full introductions and commentaries for each of the poems.
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Baxter The Prose Edda - S Sturluson The prose or younger Seller Rating: % positive. The Seed of Yggdrasill is truly as impressive as the decades of research that Maria Kvilhaug has put into it. It is a culmination of in-depth analysis on Old Norse Mythology and a perfect starting point to understand the Poetic Eddas and in some minor cases the Prose Eddas/5.
One of his major works, originally titled Edda, which is today commonly re- ferred to as the Snorra Edda or Prose Edda in order to distinguish it from the Poetic Edda, originated around A.D.
The Icelandic scholar, au- thor, and politician Snorri Sturluson wrote the work as a textbook on the art of skaldic verse. The author, Carolyne Larrington, is an academic who has written several popular books, including a translation of the Poetic Edda.
She has also written books on the green man and the women in Arthurian myth, and co-edited The Feminist Companion to Mythology.
The book itself is currently available in hardback or on Kindle. Both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda alternately refer to the bridge as Asbrú (Old Norse "Æsir's bridge"). According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in heaven at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr, who guards it from the jötnar.
The bridge's destruction. Ellen Lloyd - - The identity of mysterious Valkyrie Eir remains an is reason to believe that she once played an important role in Norse religion, and yet so little is known about this enigmatic shield-maiden. Eir was.
The Poetic Edda took a bit of an evolutionary divergence from the Codex Regius as other poems were added to the Poetic Edda over the years. Today, many people refer to the oldest King’s Book as the Codex Regius of the Poetic Edda to distinguish it from a different volume of Codex Regius, which contains a copy of Snorri’s Edda and dates to.If you want to learn about these myths the first step is to get an annotated scholarly edition of the eddas (i.e.
the Prose edda and the Poetic edda). Unfortunately I can't recommend any specific book as I am not overly familiar with the English language literature on the topic. I'm sure someone else here will, though.