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The most unbiased look at a very misty century in Scotland's history. Woolf's book has aided my studies of especially the years 840-890. I'd recommend it to any scholarly searcher of Scottish history.
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I do not agree with some linguistic-related statements concerning the Balkans or with the perspective applied in analysing Scottish history based on Icelandic sagas, but it's a great work and it certainly raises a lot of questions! Read full review
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