Looking north-east. Southern Scandinavia in the Middle Ages

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An investigation of British influences and imports in southern Scandinavia from the late 11th to the early 16th centuries from a mainly archaeological point-of-view. Danish links with England continued in various forms after the Viking Age, but decreasingly so; contacts with Germany and The Netherlands, in particular, were much more important, also in the main Danish port to the west, Ribe. Two British-Danish royal marriages in the 15th century illustrate English and Scottish interest in the increasingly important Baltic trade, then controlled by Denmark from the castle of Elsinore. From then onwards many Scots settled in East Danish towns - the first evidence of extensive relations between Scotland and Denmark.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology in Britain
RedaktørerChristopher M. Gerrard, Alejandra Gutiérrez
Antal sider23
UdgivelsesstedOxford
ForlagOxford University Press
Udgivelsesår2018
Sider941-63
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ISBN (trykt)978-0-19-874471-9
StatusUdgivet - 2018

    Forskningsområder

  • English influences in medieval Denmark, Medieval English imports in Denmark - the archaeology, Medieval British-Danish royal marriages

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