Everyday Life in the Viking Age

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Batsford, 1967 - Civilization, Scandinavian - 206 pages
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User Review  - ML-Larson - LibraryThing

This book is old and very out of date, but that's what happens with research material. What it has is quite good, though. Simpson goes into law, politics, marriage, family life, farming, recreation ... Read full review

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The history book "Everyday Life in the Viking Age" By: Jacqueline Simpson is a extremely easy to read and a easy to understand history book but, also a extremely informative, interesting, and a fun history book to read about the Viking Age, the Vikings, the history of the Viking Age and of the Vikings, and the Vikings' culture, heritage, and daily life. I would highly recommend the history book "Everyday Life in the Viking Age" to all middle school students, high school students, college students, university students, amatuer historians, living historians, historical reenactors, history teachers, history professors, historians, and to anybody who really wants to learn and study about the Viking Age and Vikings this extremely easy to read and easy to understand but, extremely informative, interesting, and fun moderate history book about the Viking Age and the Vikings. Loved it! Go Vikings! Peace!
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