While the material can be difficult to handle given uncertainties of translation and confusion surrounding anglo saxon personal names and some locally known names for particular trees names referring to animals can reveal much about the concerns of those living in early medieval england. Representing beasts in early medieval england and scandinavia an introduction michael dj bintley and thomas jt williams between myth and reality hunter and prey in early anglo saxon art noel adams swinger of the serpent of wounds swords and snakes in the viking mind sue brunning. This volume edited by michael d j bintley and thomas j t williams con tains eleven studies which aim to rethink the theme of beasts defined loosely as domestic and wild animals which interacted with humans in symbolic and practical terms during the early medieval period in the so called north sea cultural zone of england and . Representing beasts in early medieval england and scandinavia edited by michael dj bintley and thomas jt williams anglo saxon studies 29 woodbridge the boydell press 2015 xii 295pp gbp60 isbn 9781783270088. Representing beasts in early medieval england and scandinavia responsibility physical description xii 295 pages illustrations maps 25 cm series anglo saxon studies 29 online available online at the library green library find it stacks scandinavia civilization to 1500 bibliographic information publication date 2015
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