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Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs

Kenneth Cameron

Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs

the place-name evidence

by Kenneth Cameron

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Published by University in Nottingham .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Midlands.,
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Names, Geographical -- England -- Midlands.,
    • Names, Scandinavian.,
    • Scandinavians -- England.,
    • England -- Civilization -- Scandinavian influences.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementinaugural lecture.
      ContributionsUniversity of Nottingham
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.M64 C3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p.
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6011772M
      LC Control Number66066988
      OCLC/WorldCa3064079

        Good episode. However, there isn’t a consensus on the mutual intelligibility of Old Norse and Old English. While the languages had drifted apart enough to prevent casual conversation between speakers of the respective languages, they shared enough basic vocabulary that an Viking and an Anglo-Saxon could have possibly communicated on a very primitive level. Scandinavian settlement in Yorkshire - through the rear-view mirror Gillian Fellows-Jensen Scandinavian settlement in Cheshire: the evidence of place-names Margaret Gelling Scandinavian settlement in north-west England, with a special study of Ireby names Mary C. Higham Northumberland and Durham: the place-name.   Elizabeth Freeman School of History and Classics University of Tasmania Hadley, D a w n M. and Julian D. Richards, eds., Cultures in Contact: Scandinavian Settlement in England in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries (Studies in the Early Middle Ages 2), Turnhout, Belgium, Brepols Publishers, ; hardback; pp. viii, ; 29 illustrations; R R P E U.


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Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs by Kenneth Cameron Download PDF EPUB FB2

Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs. Nottingham, University [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Cameron; University of. Concerned with the basic materials of documents, literature, art, place-names, inscriptions, coins, buildings and archaeological finds, the twenty-two original studies that make up this text brought fresh understanding to various important topics in Anglo-Saxon s: 1.

16 Cameron, K., ‘ scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs: the Place-Name Evidence. Part II, Place-Names in Thorp ’, MScand 3 (), 35 – Reprinted in Place-Name Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon Invasion and Scandinavian Settlements, pp.

– Place-name evidence for the Anglo-Saxon invasion and Scandinavian settlements: eight studies. Further thoughts on pagan place-namesCameron, K. Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the Five Boroughs.

Responsibility: \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Place-name evidence for the Anglo-Saxon invasion and Scandinavian. page note 4 Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs: the Place-Name Evidence, Inaugural lecture (Nottingham, ); ‘ Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs: the Place-Name Evidence Part II, Place-Names in Thorp ’, Med.

Scandinavia 3 (), 35 – 49; and ‘Scandinavian Settlement in the Cited by: The Scandinavian settlement. As expected, the Domesday Book shows us that the areas where there is a greater number of occurrences of Scandinavian place names elements are those within the Danelaw, and, in general, where Scandinavian settlement was the strongest, during the 8th, 9th and 10th century.

Scandinavian place name elements. The Danelaw (/ ˈ d eɪ n ˌ l ɔː /, also known as the Danelagh; Old English: Dena lagu; Danish: Danelagen), as recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, is a historical name given to the part of England in which the laws of the Danes held sway and dominated those of the w contrasts with West Saxon law and Mercian term is first recorded in the early 11th century as.

6 K. Cameron, 'Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs: the Place-Name Evidence. Part III, the Grimston-Hybrids', England before the Conquest: Studies in Primary Sources Presented to Dorothy Whitelocky ed.

Clemoes and K. Hughes (Cambridge, 1 ), pp. Reprinted in Place-Name Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon. In Quebec, the term borough is generally used as the English translation of arrondissement, referring to an administrative division of a municipality, or a eight municipalities in Quebec are divided into boroughs.

See List of boroughs in Quebec. It was previously used in Metropolitan Toronto, Ontario, to denote suburban municipalities including Scarborough, York, North York.

In this book, McLeod does a truly commendable job of pulling Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs book vast and diverse array of evidence from different disciplines into the service of his thesis. Some of his questions and propositions could, and indeed should, prompt a re-evaluation of our understanding, not just of Scandinavian settlement in the ninth century, but also of later.

Download file to see previous pages The Danish settlement of the territory of Five Boroughs was mainly considered simply and solely for their military character and the settlements were considered as results of the settling of the members of the army.

Stenton and many others considered the hybrid names arose when the Danish army divided the land when they chose it for settlement. The territory of the Five Boroughs was evidently a flexible political grouping, perhaps altering its character and even its composition over time and, frankly, we are entitled to question whether it ever amounted to much more than a series of temporary political alliances.

Stamford: The Development of an Anglo-Scandinavian Borough and by implication, as a focus of Scandinavian settlement. By the middle years of the tenth century we learn that Stamford is one of the Five Boroughs of the Danelaw, with some unusual features not common to the other four.

In the case of all the other members of the confederacy. From inside the book. the Scand replacing OE river-name Ryedale sand and gravel Scand appellative Scand pers.n Scandinavian Scandinavian names Scandinavian pers.n Scandinavian Settlement second element secondary settlement situated Staincliffe Stednavne steinn Strafforth suggested Scandinavian settlement names in Yorkshire Volume 11 of.

93 K. Cameron, 'Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the five boroughs: the place-name evidence', in K. Cameron (ed) Place-name Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon Invasion and Scandinavian Settlements, Nottingham: EPNS,94 K.

Leahy, 'Detecting the Vikings in Lincolnshire', Current Archaeol(#), The Danelaw brings together an impressive body of work. Cyril Hart deals with both the main outline of the Danelaw, its administration and institutions, and its detail: the origin and development of particular provinces, boroughs, sokes and wapentakes; Danelaw charters and wills; battles, including Maldon seen in terms of topography; families, such as that of Athelstan 'Half King'; and.

The term used to denote the Scandinavian settlement is Grimston-hybrid. This term is used to those place-names in which the first element is a Scandinavian personal name and the second element is old English.

The Danish settlement of the territory of Five Boroughs was mainly. Scandinavian settlement in the territory of the Five Boroughs: the place-name evidence () Cameron, Kenneth (ed.). Place-name evidence for the Anglo-Saxon invasions and Scandinavian settlements ().

Danelaw encompassed the areas of northeast England where Danish customs had a strong political and cultural influence throughout much of the early Middle Ages. The area included Yorkshire (southern Northumbria), East Anglia, and the Five Boroughs, named for its main centers of settlement: Lincoln, Stamford, Nottingham, Leicester, and Derby.

All these territories bore influence of. In this book Grahame Clark examines the expansion of human settlement into this area, with particular emphasis on the economic aspects of the societies under discussion. The account is carried down to the time ( BC) when mixed farming, including cereal Cited by: Immingham is a town, civil parish and ward in the North East Lincolnshire unitary authority of England.

It is situated on the south-west bank of the Humber Estuary, and is 6 Country: England. The queen city's growth as a place of Scandinavian settlement is evi-denced in its share of the Nordic immigrants living in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington: In just percent of them were in Seattle, in the figure increased to percent, by it.

Table of Contents. Introduction: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Scandinavian Settlement - Dawn M. Hadley and Julian D.

Richards Ethnicity, Migration Theory, and the Historiography of the Scandinavian Settlement of England - Simon Trafford The Alfred-Guthrum Treaty: Scripting Accommodation and Interaction in Viking Age England - Paul Kershaw Danelaw Identities: Ethnicity, Author: Dawn Hadley.

Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs (delivered as his inaugural lecture at the University of Nottingham) sounded a triumphant new note at a time when several of us who belonged to the same generation of place-name scholars were keenly aware that new notes were required.

"Eccles in. : The Beginning of Scandinavian Settlement in England: The Viking 'Great Army' and Early Settlers, c. (Studies in the Early Middle Ages) (): Shane McLeod: BooksAuthor: Shane McLeod. The history of Scandinavia is the history of the geographical region of Scandinavia and its peoples.

The region is in northern Europe, and consists of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Finland and Iceland are at times, especially in English-speaking contexts, considered part of Scandinavia. Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs: The Place-Name Evidence, Part II, Place-Names in Thorp", m EPNS ().

Select Pleas o f the Forest. Select Views in Leicestershire. Vol.l, Select Views of Leicestershire from Original : Paul. Bowman. So we have an area of England given over for Scandinavian rule and settlement and we have the five boroughs looking quite like the East Midlands.

Viking rule in the Danelaw didn't strictly last for ever so long, so Edward the elder an English King retook it for the English in the early 10th century.

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Free ebooks since Domesday Book as Evidence for Settlement Study' (). Scandinavian Settlement in the Territory of the Five Boroughs (). Scandinavian Settlement Names in the East Midlands. Author: Anthony. Rollings.

Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (c. – 12 June ) ruled Mercia in the English Midlands from until her death. She was the eldest daughter of Alfred the Great, king of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, and his wife Ealhswith. Æthelflæd Æthelflæd (from The Cartulary and Customs of Abingdon Abbey, c.

) Lady of the Mercians Reign – AD Predecessor Æthelred Predecessor: Æthelred. Scandinavian Place Names and Surnames The late 8th century witnessed a change in strategy on the part of the Vikings. Rather than seasonal raids aimed at plundering monasteries ringing the Irish Sea, the focus shifted to establishing permanent settlements.

The motivation is unclear. It may have resulted from population expansion or the emergence of new political alliances emerging at home. 1) Anglo-Scandinavian and Scandinavian metalwork distributions both largely confirm the Danelaw _boundaries_ suggested by written sources as the boundaries of Danish settlement 2) In most instances, the distribution of metalwork corresponds with high incidences of Scandinavian place-names, place-names and few items around the Five Boroughs.

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