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‘Viking Empires’? Scandinavian Kingship and the nature and orchestration of Viking raids, c.800-c.950

‘Viking Empires’? Scandinavian Kingship and the nature and orchestration of Viking raids, c.800-c.950

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"‘Viking Empires’? Scandinavian Kingship and the nature and orchestration of Viking raids, c.800-c.950" by Mark King, appearing in Cambridge Undergraduate History Journal, Vol.1:1 (2010)
"‘Viking Empires’? Scandinavian Kingship and the nature and orchestration of Viking raids, c.800-c.950" by Mark King, appearing in Cambridge Undergraduate History Journal, Vol.1:1 (2010)

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2010 Editorial Board
Editor-In-Chief Sonya Passi, TrinityPublishing Editor Christian Bjoern Bak, Christ'sManaging Editor Will Mari, WolfsonSenior EditorsNeil Simpson, Clare HallFaridah Zaman, Corpus ChristiFaculty Advisory BoardDr William O'ReillyDr Shruti KapilaMr Dan MatlinPeer Review BoardRosie Horrod, EmmanuelDaniel Isenberg, PembrokeLindsey Mannion, Trinity HallNatasha Pesaran, TrinitySophie Rodger, Gonville & CaiusJohn Woolf, DowningMichael Taylor, Gonville & Caius
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Special thanks go to John F. Mueller and Daniel Greene for their graphic andtechnical contributions. ABOUT US:The Cambridge UndergraduateHistory Journal is a bi-annualpublication featuring scholarlyarticles written by Undergraduatestudents at the University of Cambridge. It is a primarily student-run publication with a blind peer  review selection process, solicitingsubmissions from a range of faculties. Authors retain all rights toscholarship presented in theJournal.CONTACT US:
editorinchief@cambridgehistoryjournal.co.uk
VISIT US ONLINE:
http://www.cambridgehistoryjournal.co.uk
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:We encourage submissions from allCambridge faculties, and studentsmay submit work up to two yearsafter the date of graduation. Seepage 94 for further details.
Please direct any queries to:
enquiries@cambridgehistoryjournal.co.uk
We employ the principle of doubleblind review and therefore can onlyaccept submissions sent via thefollowing email address:
submissions@cambridgehistoryjournal.co.uk
Statements of fact or opinion presented in this publication are the sole responsibilityof the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editorial Board.
 
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