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The Myths and Legends Podcast › Norse Legends: „See How they Fly“

„In this episode from Norse leg­ends, we’ll see that the worst breakups involve Thor break­ing up the cou­ple with his ham­mer and we’ll see that even though Odin can shapeshift, that does­n’t mean he skips the con­di­tion­er. It’s the Saga … Weit­er­lesen

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BBC Radio 4 „Great Lives“: „Aethelflaed, Lady of the Mercians“

„She’s the most influ­en­tial woman that Eng­lish his­to­ry for­got, says Tom Hol­land – Aethelflaed, Lady of the Mer­cians, daugh­ter of Alfred the Great. Liv­ing and rul­ing at a time when the Anglo-Sax­ons were fight­ing back against the Vikings, Aethelflaed became … Weit­er­lesen

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The Myths and Legends Podcast: Viking Legends

Der Post­cast „Myths and Leg­ends“ befasst sich mit – wie der Name schon sagt 🙂 – Mythen und Leg­en­den: This show brings you folk­lore that has shaped our world. Some are incred­i­bly pop­u­lar sto­ries you think you know, but with … Weit­er­lesen

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Bayern2 IQ Wissenschaft und Forschung: „Die grönländischen Wikinger — Vom Verschwinden einer Kultur | Neue Erkenntnisse“

„Das Ver­schwinden der grön­ländis­chen Wikinger führte schon immer zu wilden Speku­la­tio­nen. Aktuelle Forschun­gen geben neue Antworten.“ (Bay­ern 2, Dag­mar Röhrlich) Sie kön­nen die Sendung, die am 2018 auf Bay­ern 2 lief, über die Seite des BR nach­hören oder als Audio­datei … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2019.9

Norse-Gael­ic con­tacts in a Viking world: stud­ies in the lit­er­a­ture and his­to­ry of Nor­way, Ice­land, Ire­land, and the Isle of Man­This mul­ti-dis­­­ci­­pli­­nary vol­ume draws on the com­bined exper­tise of spe­cial­ists in the his­to­ry and lit­er­a­ture of medieval Ire­land, Ice­land, Nor­way, … Weit­er­lesen

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BBC Radio 4: „The Danelaw“

„Melvyn Bragg and guests dis­cuss the effec­tive par­ti­tion of Eng­land in the 880s after a cen­tu­ry of Viking raids, inva­sions and set­tle­ments. Alfred of Wes­sex, the sur­viv­ing Anglo-Sax­on king and Guthrum, a Dan­ish ruler, had fought each oth­er to a … Weit­er­lesen