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Norges Kongesagaer

Author : Gustav STORM
ISBN : OCLC:504857862
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Bauern Zwischen Herrschaft Und Genossenschaft

Author : John Ragnar Myking
ISBN : 8251921945
Genre : Agriculture and state
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This is the second anthology in a series of three from the project Peasants' control over land and resources from the High Middle Ages to the end of the early modern period -- Norway, Scandinavia and the East-Alpine region, funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The first volume concentrated on ownership to land and peasant tenures. The present anthology in a more general way deals with vertical relations between peasants, landlords and territorial lords as well as with horizontal bonds and conflicts within the peasant society. These vertical and horizontal relations of power and influence have in the German academic tradition been described by the terms Herrschaft and Genossenschaft. This volume explores such relations with special emphasis on peasants' participation in and influence on courts and village assemblies. The contributors examine regions with contrasting topography and manorial systems in the Alps, in Bavaria and in the Scandinavian countries, taking into consideration that peasant participation might vary according to the strength of ecclesiastical and lay lords and the growth of territorial power. Their results show that peasants in all those regions had some influence, mostly in the Late Middle Ages, but that especially Tyrol and Norway can be identified as regions with substantial and continuous peasant influence from the Middle Ages well into the Early Modern Period.

Unpredictability And Presence

Author : Hans Jacob Orning
ISBN : 9789004166615
Genre : History
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This book applies a legal anthropological framework to high medieval Norwegian history. It formulates the question of state formation in a new and challenging way by showing how the king a substantial degree based his dominion on unpredictability and presence.

The Incorporation And Integration Of The King S Tributary Lands Into The Norwegian Realm C 1195 1397

Author : Randi Bj W. Rdahl
ISBN : 9789004206137
Genre : Political Science
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Inspired by transnational research on medieval state formation, this book presents a comprehensive study of the political incorporation and subsequent judicial and administrative integration of Iceland, the Faroes, Shetland, and Orkney, into the Norwegian realm c. 1195-1397.

Bibliography Of Old Norse Icelandic Studies

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105111538620
Genre : Old Norse language
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Ff Communications

Author : Johannes Bolte
ISBN : UOM:39015019772030
Genre : Folklore
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Classica Et Mediaevalia

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019305892
Genre : Civilization, Classical
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Librarium

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Visions Of Past Glory

Author : Derek Fewster
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124211629
Genre : Característiques nacionals finlandesa
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Finland, during both prehistoric and medieval times, has been the subject of numerous studies, but none of these have previously considered the nationalist essence of the integral, underlying history culture' or public archaeology' of the nation. Even quite obvious political interpretations, visions, and imageries of an ancient Golden Age have all too easily been dismissed as the consequences of mere patriotism, Kalevala enthusiasm', or Karelianism. This study presents the case for how the conceptions of a distant, glorious past have been advanced and actively developed within the national project of constructing a modern ethnicity of Finnishness. Accordingly, a conception of an original ancient greatness was paramount for the nationalist movements in both the Grand Duchy and the early Republic of Finland, especially so when the perceived nation was considered in need of intellectually unifying defences against the many conceived threats of Russianness after ca 1890. The author traces the construction of a Finnish Great Myth of National Origins from the 16th century until the end of the Second World War, and provides richly illustrated examples of how the process of nation-building influenced and amplified the deep historical core of the emerging Finnish national consciousness.

Bibliotheca Arnamagn Ana

Author : Jón Helgason
ISBN : UOM:39015073911904
Genre : Iceland
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