New light on dark-age Frisia.

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Laverman , Drachten
Friesland, East -- Antiquities, Friesland, East -- History, Frisians., Friesland (Netherlands) -- Antiquities, Friesland (Netherlands) -- Hi
SeriesFryske Akademy. [Utjeften] -- nr. 311, Fryske Akademy (Series) -- nr. 311
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Book New light on dark-age Frisia Albertus Russchen Published in in Drachten by Laverman Services. Reference details. More from. Albertus Russchen; More about. Archaeology, Medieval Germany Ostfriesland Russchen, Albertus, New Light On Dark-Age Frisia Cited by: 2.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Russchen, A. New light on dark-age Frisia. Drachten, Lavernman, (OCoLC) Representing the most recent and best scholarly work in the field, the nine essays skillfully assembled by Susan Langdon in New Light On A Dark Age: Exploring the Culture of Geometric Greece were originally presented at a symposium held on the University of Missouri-Columbia : Paperback.

The most likely landfall on the British coast from Frisia is given by the British Admiralty North Sea Pilot as either `Whiteness' (North Foreland) or Sheerness Cliffs. The North Foreland has a well-known optical trick of `shining' when the rays of the rising sun strike the white chalk of the cliffs; in fact, in pre-dawn light the cliffs can shine dramatically while the sea remains in darkness.

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New Dark Age: Technology and the End of the Future by James Bridle is published by Verso Books, £ (hardcover). Besides England, the Frisians also established outposts in Scotland, Norway, Germany, Belgium, France, Denmark. This spurred a thriving trade empire that spanned from Russia to Britain.

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The development of (proto)-disc-on-bow brooches in England, Frisia and Scandinavia () Otten, M., Edda. De liederen uit de Codex Regius en verwante manuscripten () Russchen, A., New Light on Dark-Age Frisia () Tolkien, J.R.R., The Silmarillion () Tulp, C., Tjitsma, Wijnaldum: An Early Medieval Production Site in the Netherlands Author: Hans Faber.

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