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Class Notes for HIST 3520 at University of Guelph

The Vikings: Early Medieval Encounters

HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Satan, Birka, Olaf Tryggvason

November 30, 2015 Exam 3 questions 30 marks Question One: Primary source analysis: from Odin to Christ Conversion Christianization refers to the process of changing their views and beliefs Conversion is the act of changing...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Varangians, Balts, Atlantic Ocean

November 23, 2015 Rome created demand for goods. Roman empire made silvere floe, even up to the scaninavian parts When from china to atlantic ocean Then it collapsed this meant decline in trade and trade routes The roads w...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Saga, Masculinity, Separate Spheres

Lecture Four October 5, 2015 Masculinity Honour Violence Revenge All were interconnected in Viking society Viking women The ideal Viking Tall Strong Skilled in weapon various ones not just one Good at sports Handsome blond...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture 6: Lecture Six

Lecture Six November 9, 2015 AngloSaxon England 410 the romans leave Britain Same year that rome gets conquered by germans People that stayed were the Britons romanized chritisans Three groups called the angles, Saxons and...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Middle Ages, Al-Andalus, Fjord

Lecture One September 14, 2015 Introduction A furore normannorum, libera nos, domine From the violence of the northmen, deliver us, Lord Early middle ages Sometimes referred to as dark ages 400(fall of Rome) 1000 Was a dow...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Edda, Skald, Vikings

Lecture Three September 28, 2015 Runes Where a person was buried? Rarely Abut kin group, genealogy, lineage Social status women were important in remembering and keeping traditions Local history who was important in that ...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst
HIST 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Geats, Germanic Kingship, Jordanes

Lecture Two September 21, 2015 Early Medieval Scandinavia Sources to Viking History There are so few sources and we dont know if we can rely on them Considered a prehistoric era No written sources but there are rune stones...

History
HIST 3520
Christine Ekholst

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