Searching for Brunanburh: The Yorkshire Context of the ‘Great War’ of 937By Michael WoodYorkshire Archaeological Journal, Vol.85:1 (2013)Abstract: The site of the Battle of Brunanburh has long been controversial, but a consensus has grown over the last few years that it should be located in the Wirral.
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Playing Vikings: Militarism, Hegemonic Masculinities, and Childhood Enculturation in Viking Age ScandinaviaBy Ben RaffieldCurrent Anthropology (2019)Abstract: Although the Viking Age (ca. 750–1050 CE) is often characterized as a time of violence, significant questions remain regarding how conflict was conducted during the period.
Siwash(SP-12: t. 56, 1. 78& 39;, b. 14& 39;9& 34;; dr. 4& 39;1& 34;; s. 13 k.; cpl.15; a. 1 1-pdr., 1 mg.)Siwash (SP-12), a motor boat built in 1916 by the Gas Engine and Power Co., Morris Heights, N.Y., was acquired by the Navy on 18 June 1917 from C. A. Schieren of New York, and commissioned on 18 August 1917.
What Happened to the Grandsons and Great-grandsons of the House of York?By James H. ForseQuidditas: Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, Vol.37 (2016)Introduction: Josephine Tey, in her famous murder mystery centering on Richard III, The Daughter of Time, asserts that Richard was not a murderous tyrant determined to eliminate any challengers to his throne; rather it was the aim of Henry VII and Henry VIII to eliminate most of the male descendants of Richard Duke of York.