Redaktorzy: Leszek P. Słupecki, Jakub Morawiec
Rok wydania: 2009
Liczba stron: 224
Cena: 17,85 zł (z VAT)
Table of contents: Introduction, Jens Peter Schjødt – Diversity and its consequences for the study of Old Norse religion. What is it we are trying to reconstruct?, Leszek P. Słupecki – Pagan Temple – Christian Church. The Problem of Old Norse Temples, Pernille Hermann – The Construction of Iceland as a Meaningful Location, Przemysław Kulesza – Vikings in the Latin Poetry of the Carolingian Period, Rudolf Simek – Mythological Poetry in Iceland and France in the 12th century, Ásdís Egilsdóttir – Pagan Poetry meets Christianity, Jakub Morawiec – Liðsmannaflokkr. The Question of its Potential Function and the Audience of the Poem, John Mckinnell – ‘Am I my brother’s keeper?’ Murderous Brothers in Ynglingatal and Elsewhere, Szymon Wierzbiński – The symbolic significance of Skjöldr and Scyld, David Ashurst – Attitudes to kings, law and election in the Old Norse translation of 1 Maccabees, Ármann Jakobsson – ‘Er Saturnús er kallaðr en vér köllum Frey’. The Roman Spring of the Old Norse Gods, Fjodor Uspenskij – The baptism of bones and prima signatio in Medieval Scandinavia and Rus’, Wojciech Bedyński – The Christianisation of Northumbria and Saints Cuthbert and Wilfrid, Leszek Gardeła – A biography of the seiðr-staffs. Towards an archaeology of emotions Authors.