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The Cross Goes North: Processes of Conversion in Northern Europe, AD 300-1300 (0)

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    Martin Carver(Editor)
In Europe, the cross went north and east as the centuries unrolled: from the Dingle Peninsula to Estonia, and from the Alps to Lapland, ranging in time from Roman Britain and Gaul in the third and fourth centuries to the conversion of peoples in the BaltiMARTIN CARVER is Professor of Archaeology, University of York.

A galaxy of learned papers. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY An important contribution...that will still be cited for years to come. SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNAL A valuable compilation. EHRFor anyone interested in conversion and the multi-faceted outcomes born from cultures in contact, this interesting volume provides a useful insight, allowing scholars to both focus on their particular area of interest and to gain access to some valuable comparative material. JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN EARLY MEDIEVAL ASSOCIATIONA galaxy of learned papers. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY An important contribution...that will still be cited for years to come. SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNAL A valuable compilation. EHR

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  • PDF | 608 pages
  • Martin Carver(Editor)
  • Boydell & Brewer; New edition edition (26 Jan. 2006)
  • English
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  • By John Scott on 28 December 2011

    A fine set of academic articles on various aspects of Western European Christianization. I can recommend it to students of Mediaeval History and Theology. The general reader may find some parts rather hard going: but overall I am really pleased with this book. John Scott.

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