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Imagining The Sacred Past - Signed First Edition

£35.00

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In 911, the French king ceded land along the river Seine to Rollo the Viking, on condition that he convert to Christianity. Over the next century and a half, Rollo and his descendants would become powerful and pious Christian rulers of the mighty European territory, Normandy. In 1066, Rollo's descendant William would conquer England, with papal sanction.
Innovative in its historical use of hagiographical literature, this text advances our understanding of early Normandy and the Vikings' transformation from pagan raiders to Christian princes. It also sheds light on the intersection of religious tradition, identity, and power.

2 small tears at top back of d/j.
Handwritten dedication from the author to previous owner on fep.

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Added value:
Signed by author with dedication
Author(s):
Herrick, Samantha Kahn
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First edition 2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0674024435
ISBN-13:
9780674024434
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Title:
Imagining The Sacred Past - Signed First Edition

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In 911, the French king ceded land along the river Seine to Rollo the Viking, on condition that he convert to Christianity. Over the next century and a half, Rollo and his descendants would become powerful and pious Christian rulers of the mighty European territory, Normandy. In 1066, Rollo's descendant William would conquer England, with papal sanction.
Innovative in its historical use of hagiographical literature, this text advances our understanding of early Normandy and the Vikings' transformation from pagan raiders to Christian princes. It also sheds light on the intersection of religious tradition, identity, and power.

2 small tears at top back of d/j.
Handwritten dedication from the author to previous owner on fep.

Added value:
Signed by author with dedication
Author(s):
Herrick, Samantha Kahn
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First edition 2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0674024435
ISBN-13:
9780674024434
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Title:
Imagining The Sacred Past - Signed First Edition

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