The twelfth annual Midlands Viking Symposium will be in Nottingham on Saturday 23 April 2016. The theme will be ‘Interpreting the Viking Age’ and there will be talks on saving the Oseberg ship with science, stable isotopes, place-names around the Viking diaspora, Viking Yorkshire, and remembering the early medieval past in Iceland.
The first major exhibition on Vikings at the British Museum for over 30 years highlights a […]
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Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Aya Van Renterghem, British Museum, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, Eleanor Rye, Gareth Williams, Jayne Carroll, Languages Myths and Finds, Professor Judith Jesch, The Vikings in Britain, Vikings — Life and Legend, Vikings Live
Vikings were renowned as warriors but a new book reveals their poetic side – and a ribald sense of humour.
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Tags: Carbon Management Plan, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, Department of Archaeology, Dr Jon Henderson, Dr Richard Simper, Economic Efficiency of Rehabilitative Management in Young Offenders Institutions in England and Wales, Eminate, Greenmetric league table, SODA-LO™ Salt Microspheres, sustainability, The Battle of Largs, The Last Battle of the Vikings
A University of Nottingham scientist has received a New Year’s Honour with a difference…a Knight of the First Class from the King of Norway.
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