Northern Studies 37 (2003)

Northern Studies 37 (2003)

Northern Studies 37 (2003)

Hermann Pálsson (1921-2002)
Arne Kruse
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Colin Alexander Mackenzie, a British Agent at Tilsit
Thomas Munch-Petersen
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The Dabhach Reconsidered: Pre-Norse or Post-Norse?
Gareth Williams
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‘Southward Ho!’ (by way of the Arctic)
Mary Jones
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Collection – Atlantic Peoples Between Fire, Ice, River and Sea: Past Environments in Southern Iceland
Kristján Ahronson
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One North Atlantic Cave Settlement: Preliminary Archaeological and Environmental Investigations at Seljaland, Southern Iceland
Kristján Ahronson
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Dating the Cave? The Preliminary Tephra Stratigraphy at Kverkin, Seljaland
Kate T. Smith and Kristján Ahronson
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Post-Settlement Land Disturbance Indicated by Magnetic Susceptibility of Aeolian Soils at Seljaland
Donald Ashburn, Martin P. Kirkbride, and Andrew J. Dugmore
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Where are Eyjafjallasveit’s Earliest Settlement Sites? A Review of the Documentary Evidence
Alan Macniven
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Book Review – The Place-Name Element bólstaðr in the North Atlantic Area, by Peter Gammeltoft
Åse Kari Hansen Wagner
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Book Review – The Victorians and the Vikings: Inventing the Old North in Nineteenth-Century Britain, by Andrew Wawn
Peter Graves
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Book Review – Scotland and the Thirty Years’ War, 1618-1648, edited by Steve Murdoch
Ewen A. Cameron
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Book Review – Denmark and Scotland: The Cultural and Environmental Resources of Small Nations, edited by Gillian Fellows-Jensen
Ian A. Morrison
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Book Review – Norske gårdsnavn på –by og – med personnavnforledd, by Tom Schmidt
Doreen J. Waugh
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