THE VIKINGS AND THEIR ENEMIES: Warfare in Northern Europe, 750-1100
In this scholarly yet highly readable study of the Viking age, Line uses original documentary sources and the latest archaeological evidence to explore how the Vikings and their enemies organized for war; the Vikings' approach to battle; compelling accounts of campaigns on land and sea; and more. Photos.
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