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Examination of text concerning the vikings reveals much about their origin myth and legend.
An interdisciplinary approach to sources for our knowledge of the crusades.
An exploration of how the Middle Ages are manipulated ideologically in today's communication.
The first modern English edition of Richard Wagner's essays on conducting, extensively annotated, with a critical essay on Wagner as conductor: his aesthetic, practices, vocabulary, and impact.
The relationship between people and parish in the late medieval ages illuminated by this study of a remarkable survival from the period.
First full-length study of birds and their metamorphoses as treated in a wide range of medieval poetry, from the Anglo-Saxons to Chaucer and Gower.
A collection attesting to the richness and lasting appeal of these short forms of Middle English verse.
First extended treatment of the city of St Andrews during the middle ages.
Drawing on a wealth of sources from different disciplines, the essays here provide a nuanced picture of how medieval and early modern societies viewed murder and dealt with murderers.
An engaging and informative survey of medieval pet keeping which also examines their representation in art and literature.