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Voyage to the Other World

The Legacy of Sutton Hoo

1992

Calvin B. Kendall and Peter S. Wells, editors

Voyage to the Other World

A fascinating exploration of pagan Anglo-Saxon culture-a world caught on the boundary between competing ideologies and contrasting social systems.

A fascinating exploration of pagan Anglo-Saxon culture-a world caught on the boundary between competing ideologies and contrasting social systems.

Contributors: James Campbell, Martin Carver, Robert Payson Creed, Roberta Frank, Michael N. Geselowitz, Gloria Polizzotti Greis, Henrik M. Jansen, Simon Keynes, Edward Schoenfeld, Jana Schulman, Alan M. Stahl, Wesley M. Stevens, and Else Roesdahl.

A fascinating exploration of pagan Anglo-Saxon culture-a world caught on the boundary between competing ideologies and contrasting social systems.

Contributors: James Campbell, Martin Carver, Robert Payson Creed, Roberta Frank, Michael N. Geselowitz, Gloria Polizzotti Greis, Henrik M. Jansen, Simon Keynes, Edward Schoenfeld, Jana Schulman, Alan M. Stahl, Wesley M. Stevens, and Else Roesdahl.

Medieval Cultures Series, volume 5

Voyage to the Other World

Calvin B. Kendall is a professor of English and Germanic philology at the University of Minnesota. His publications include The Metrical Grammar of Beowulf (Cambridge, 1991).

Peter S. Wells is a professor of anthropology and the director of the Center for Ancient Studies at the University of Minnesota. His publications include Farms, Villages and Cities: Commerce and Urban Origins in Late Prehistoric Europe (Ithaca, 1984) and “Iron Age Temperate Europe” Some Current Research Issues,” Journal of World Prehistory (1990).

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