7 edition of Saxo And the Baltic Region found in the catalog.
by Univ Pr of Southern Denmark
Written in English
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of the Baltic Sea region. Svend Hakon Rossel states that Saxo Grammaticus' chronicle Gesta Danorum was the first Scandinavian source to contemplate the Baltic Sea area as a region. On the basis of a preliminary inventory of Scandinavian writings about what today constitutes the Baltic states, he argues for broader studies of literature. On the 19th of May, for the first time in many years, the Euroregion Baltic Executive Board met on-line. Fourty representatives of ERB Board, Secretariats and our Youth Board connected to discuss i.a. the current COVID – 19 situation in the South Baltic region and most recent news on the Interreg South Baltic Programme.
This book is one of kind being one of few if not the only book focusing on local peoples of the Baltic and their own Viking activities and encounters with Scandinavians and Slavs. The book seems to be somewhat biased towards the Baltic peoples, mainly the Estonians but contains much discourse on primary sources and accounts. Saxo and the Baltic Region: a symposium (Book) Tra testo e contesto: studi di scandinavistica medievale (Book).
Rezension über Wojtek Jezierski / Lars Hermanson (eds.): Imagined Communities on the Baltic Rim, from the Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries (= Crossing Boundaries: Turku Medieval and Early Modern Studies), Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press , S., ISBN , EUR , The Eastern Baltic was unlike any other region where Rome sanctioned Crusade. The Northern Crusades cannot be cast as either a purely political expansion of territorial borders, or a purely religious expansion of the word of God. The territories under pagan control acted as a non-Christian buffer between Western and Eastern Christianity and, while the.
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Saxo's great history of Saxo And the Baltic Region book Danes also deals with their wars against peoples living on the opposite coasts of the Baltic. At a symposium organized by the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Southern Denmark scholars from several countries presented the results of their research in this field/5(2).
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Saxo and the Baltic Region: a Symposium. On the other hand, the Danish medieval historian Saxo Grammaticus, in his Gesta Danorum, often mentions a people known as “Hellespontians” and a region called Hellespont, which, strangely enough, seems to be located in the east of the Baltic Sea.
Could it be Homer’s Hellespont. Saxo and the Baltic Region: a symposium (Bog, Hæftet, Flere Sprog) - Forlag: University Press of Southern Denmark - Emner: - ISBN In this book, North does for the Baltic Sea what Fernand Braudel did for another crucial body of water in his classic, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II; he treats the sea and the lands surrounding it as an intersection of cultures, armies, economic trends, political formations, and trade routes and as a playing field for the ambitions of major powers Its Brand: Harvard University Press.
On the other hand, the Danish medieval historian Saxo Grammaticus, in his Gesta Danorum, often mentions a people known as “Hellespontians” and a region called Hellespont, which, strangely enough, seems to be located in the east of the Baltic Sea.
Could it be Homer’s Hellespont?Released on: Decem “In this book, North does for the Baltic Sea what Fernand Braudel did for another crucial body of water in his classic, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II; he treats the sea and the lands surrounding it as an intersection of cultures, armies, economic trends, political formations, and trade routes and as a playing field for the ambitions of major powers Cited by: 4.
The Last Plague in the Baltic Region, offers a thorough description and analysis of the terrible plague epidemic that ravaged the Baltic region in the years between and. at the same time when the region was razed by the Great Northern War (?21).
Sweden under Carolus XII had lost its supremacy, and Russia under Peter the Great emerged as the new major power in the region. Buy Last Plague in the Baltic Region First Edition by Frandsen, Karl Erik (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Karl Erik Frandsen. In this new book Poul Groos chronicles naval warfare in the region and covers such major events as the siege of Leningrad, the Soviet campaign against Sweden inthe three wars in Finlandthe Soviet liberation of the Baltic states, and the German evacuation of two million people from the East, and the Soviet race westwards in Brand: US Naval Institute Press.
It seems fitting to finish this list with a book that captures the importance of books and literature to the Baltic people. This beautiful book tells the story of Ada and her grandfather, Viktoras. It isand Viktoras is a book : Dagney Mckinney.
The Last Plague in the Baltic Region, offers a thorough description and analysis of the terrible plague epidemic that ravaged the Baltic region in the years between and at the same time when the region was razed by the Great Northern War (?21). Sweden under Brand: Museum Tusculanum Press.
The Baltic states are bounded on the west and north by the Baltic Sea, which gives the region its name, on the east by Russia, on the southeast by Belarus, and on the southwest by Poland and an exclave of Russia.
The underlying geology is sandstone, shale, and limestone, evidenced by hilly uplands that alternate with low-lying plains and bear mute testimony to the impact of the glacial era.
"In this volume, Ann-Sofie Dahl has convened a very strong team of European and American experts to examine security challenges in the Baltic Sea region. As former NATO Secretary General Rasmussen writes in the foreword, this is an "understudied" European security topic.
This book impressively helps remedy that shortcoming."—. (English) In: Saxo and the Baltic Region: A symposium, University Press of Southern Denmark, Chapter in book (Refereed) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages University Press of Southern Denmark, Keywords [en] Twelfth Century, Demark, Baltic.
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Gesta Danorum, written by the Danish historian Saxo Grammaticus () contains informations about participating of Denmark in the crusade against the original manuscripts of the work were written in Latin at the beginning of 13th century, on the invitation of Archbishop Absalon of Lund, Absalon ().
The Northern Crusades by Eric Christiansen presents a detailed account of the events of the crusades in the Baltic. In the Introduction Christiansen states, This book is an attempt to describe the struggles waged round the Baltic from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries in the name of Christianity, and to explain the part they played in the transformation of northern societies which took /5.
Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices book. Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices. DOI link for Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices. Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices book. By David Abulafia, Nora Berend. The Blue Baltic Border of Denmark in the High Middle Ages: Danes, Wends and Saxo Grammaticus Author: Kurt Villads Jensen.
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