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3 Sources on  Medieval Denmark

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Bisgaard, L. (2001) "Guild and Power: A List Commemorating the Dead in Odense" in  Lars Bisgaard, Carsten Selch Jensen, Kurt Villads Jensen & John Lind (eds.) Medieval Spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe. A Collection of Essays in Honour of Tore Nyberg (Odense) pp. 245-263
 
Boldsen, Jesper L. (2008) Leprosy in Medieval Denmark - A comprehensive analysis
 
Bolvig, Axel (2003) "Quantative Image Analysis: the Painter of wooden shoes" in Axel Bolvig and Philip Lindley (eds.) History and Images: Towards a New Iconology (Tournhot, Belgium: Brepols) pp. 229-246
 
Borrild, Jesper J. (1998) " Medieval Danish Wall Paintings - an Internet Database" Medieval aevum quotidianum, 39 pp 21-36
 
Boserup, Ivan (1981) "The Angers Fragment and the Archetype of the "Gesta Danorum" in Karsten Friis-Jensen (ed.) Saxo Grammaticus: A Medieval Author Between Norse and Latin Culture (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press)
 
Boserup, Ivan (1999) "A French-Danish letter collection - and some Danish diplomataria. Historical and literary remarks on the Epistulae of the abbot William of Æbelholt"
 
Christiansen, Eric (1997/1980) The Northern Crusades. The Baltic and Catholic Frontier 1100-1525 (London)
 
Damsholt, Nanna (1999) "Women and Book Culture" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures, pp. 111-118 
 
Damsholt, Nanna (1996) " Medieval Women's Identity in a Postmodern Light. The Example of Queen Ingeborg" in Brian Patrick McGuire (ed.)The Birth of Identities: Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages  (Copenhagen: C.A. Reitzel) pp ?
 
 
Davidson, Hilda Ellis (1981) "Wit and Eloquence in the Court of Saxo's Early Kings" in Karsten Friis-Jensen (ed.) Saxo Grammaticus: A Medieval Author Between Norse and Latin Culture (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press) 
 
Ebbesen, Steen (1996) " How Danish were the Danish Philosophers?" in B. McGuire (ed.) The Birth of Identities. Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages, (Copenhagen: Reitzel) pp. 213-224.
Ebbesen, Steen (1999) " The Danes, science, scholarship, and books in the Middle Ages" in Erik Petersen (ed.)  Living Words & Luminous Pictures  pp. 119-126
 
Enghoff, Inge Bødker (2016) “Herring and Cod in Denmark”, in James H. Barrett and David C. Orton (eds), Cod and Herring. The Archaeology and History of Medieval Sea Fishing (Oxford & Havertown, PA: Oxbow Books), pp. 133-ca. 155. 
Etting, Vivian (2004) Queen Margrete (1353-1412) and the Founding of the Nordic Union, The Northern World. North Europe and the Baltic c. 400-1700 AD, Peoples, Economies and Cultures, Vol. 9. (Brill)
 
Frederiksen, Britta O. (1999) "Medieval Books in Danish -in plain and less plain figures" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures, pp. 154-162
Friis-Jensen, Karsten (1987) Saxo Grammaticus as Latin Poet. Studies in the verse passages of the Gesta Danorum. Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplemanta:14. (Rome: L'Erma di Bretschneider.

Friis-Jensen, Karsten (1999) "Saxo's books" in Living Words & Luminous Pictures (ed.) Erik Petersen, pp. 96-104
 
Friis-Jensen, Karsten (2005) "The Danish Connection. The Gotha manuscript of Paul the Deacon and its history" in Gillian Fellows-Jensen and Peter Springborg (eds.) Care and conservation of manuscripts, Vol. 8 pp. 166-174 + Plate xxiv-xxv. (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press)
 
Friis-Jensen, Karsten (2006) "In the presence of the dead. Saint Canute the Duke in Saxo Grammaticus' Gesta Danorum" in Lars Boje Mortensen (ed.) The making of Christian myths in the periphery of Latin Christendom (c. 1000-1300) pp. 195-216 (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press)
 
Friis-Jensen, Karsten  & Inge Skovgaard-Petersen (eds.) (2000) Archbishop Absalon and his World (Roskilde) 
 
Gelting, Michael H. (1997) "Military Organization, Social power and state formation in Denmark, 11th-13th century" in Anne N. Jørgensen & B.L. Clausen (eds.) Military Aspects of Scandinavian Society in a European Perspective, A.D. 1-1300, pp. 48-54.  Papers from an International Research seminar at the Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, 2-4 May 1996 (Copenhagen: ) .

Gelting, Michael (2000) "Odelsrett - lovbydelse - bördsrätt - retrait lignager: Kindred and Land in the Nordic Countries in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries" in  Lars Ivar Hansen (ed.), Family, Marriage and Property Devolution in the Middle Ages, pp. 133-165 (Tromsø: )
Gelting, Michael (2003) "Pope Alexander III and Danish Laws of Inheritance", in Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds.) How Nordic are the Nordic medieval laws? Medieval Legal History, 1 (Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen Press) pp. 86-115

(2011)Revised version under the same title in Per Andersen, Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds) How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws: Proceedings from the first Carlsberg Conference on Medieval Legal History, pp. 85-114.Second edition,  (Copenhagen: DJØF).

Gelting, Michael (2004) "Elusive Bishops: Remembering, Forgetting, and Remaking the History of the Early Danish Church" in Sean Gilsdorf  (ed.)The Bishop: Power and Piety at the First Millennium,pp. 169-200.  Neue Aspekte der europäischen Mittelalterforschung, 4 (Münster) 

 

Gelting, Michael (2005) Legal Reform and the Development of Peasant Dependence in Thirteenth-Century Denmark, in  Paul Freedman & Monique Bourin (eds), Forms of Servitude in Northern and Central Europe: Decline, Resistance, and Expansion, p. 343-367. Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe, 9. (Turnhout: Brepols).

 
 

Gelting, Michael (2005) "Indivisible Farms under Partible Inheritance: The Logic of Lovbydelse under the Skyldeje System" in  Tore Iversen & John Ragnar Myking (eds) Land, Lords and Peasants: Peasants' right to control land in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period - Norway, Scandinavia and the Alpine region. Report from a seminar in Trondheim, November 2004, Trondheim Studies in History, 52 (Trondheim, Department of History and Classical Studies, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,NTNU) pp. 229-237

 

 

Gelting, Michael (2007) The kingdom of Denmark. In Nora Berend (ed.) Christianization and the Rise of Christian Monarchy: Scandinavia, Central Europe and Rus' c. 900-1200, p. 73-120. (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press).

Gelting, Michael (2010) Poppo's Ordeal: Courtier Bishops and the Success of Christianization at the Turn of the First Millennium.  Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 6, pp. 101-133.

 

Gelting, Michael (2011) The Problem of Danish 'Feudalism': Military, Legal, and Social Change in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. In Sverre Bagge, Michael H. Gelting, and Thomas Lindkvist (eds) Feudalism: New Landscapes of Debate, pp. 159-184. The Medieval Countryside 5 (Turnhout: Brepols) .

 

Gelting, Michael (2011) Two Early Twelfth-Century Views of Denmark's Christian Past: Ailnoth and the Anonymous of Roskilde. In Ildar H. Garipzanov (ed.) Historical Narratives and Christian Identity on a European Periphery: Early History Writing in Northern, East-Central, and Eastern Europe (c. 1070-1200), pp. 33-55. Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe 26. (Turnhout: Brepols).

 

Gelting, Michael (2011), The Law of Jylland, the Law of Skåne, and King Valdemar's Law for Sjælland: A Revision. In Per Andersen, Pia Letto-Vanamo, Kjell Åke Modéer & Helle Vogt (eds) Liber Amicorum Ditlev Tamm: Law, History and Culture, pp. 95-105 (Copenhagen: DJØF).

Gelting, Michael H. (2017) “The Problem of the Provenance of Medieval Manuscript Fragments in Danish Archives” in: Åslaug Ommundsen and Tuomas Heikkilä (eds), Nordic Latin Manuscript Fragments: The Destruction and Reconstruction of Medieval Books (London: Routledge) 112-134
Gelting, Michael & Helle Sørensen (2002) "A Kingdom at the Crossroads: Denmark in the Eleventh Century" in Przemyslaw Urbanczyk (ed.) The Neighbours of Poland in the 11th century (DiG, Warsaw) pp. 49-59

 

Groenman-van Waateringe, W. (1988) Leather from Medieval Svendborg (Odense: Odense University Press)
 

Gustafsson, Harald (2006) “A State that Failed?” Scandinavian Journal of History (September) Vol. 31 Issue 3/4, pp. 205-220

 

Haastrup, Ulla (1980) "The wall paintings in the parish church of Bellinge (dated 1496) explained by parallels in contemporary European theatre" in Fleming G. Andersen et al. (eds) Medieval Iconography and Narrative. A Symposium. pp. 135-156. Odense.
Haastrup, Ulla (1999) "Pictures in both books and churches. Biblia Pauperum and Speculum Humanae Salvationis reflected in Danish ecclestiastical art" in Erik Petersen (ed.),  Living Words & Luminous Pictures pp. 127-144
 
Haastrup, Ulla (2003) "Representations of Jews in Danish medieval art - can images be used as source material on their own?" in History and Images: Towards a New Iconology edited by Axel Bolvig and Philip Lindley (Tournhout, Belgium: Brepols) pp. 341-356
 Harpsøe, Steffen (2014) “Contacts between Denmark and Flanders in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: The Tiniest of Evidence’ in: Kerstin Hundahl, Lars Kjær and Niels Lund (eds), Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages, c.1000-1525: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael H. Gelting (Farnham: Ashgate) 77-90
Hoffmann, E. (1981) "The Unity of the Kingdom and the Provinces in Denmark during the Middle Ages." in N. Skyum-Nielsen & N. Lund (eds), Danish Medieval History. New Currents (Copenhagen) pp. 95-109
 
Hundahl, Kerstin, Kjær, Lars and Lund, Niels eds., (2014) Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages, c. 1000-1525: Essays in honour of Professor Michael H. Gelting (Farnham: Ashgate) 306pp
Hybel, N. (1995) "The Creation of Large-scale Production in Denmark c. 1100-1300" Scandinavian Journal of History Vol. 4, pp. 35 ff
 
Hybel, N. (2004) "Landownership, farming and peasants in Denmark in the Middle Ages" in Bas van Bavel and Peter Hoppenbrouwers (eds) Landholding and land transfer in the North Sea area (late Middle Ages-19th century)  (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols) pp. 187-202.

 

Hybel, N. (2012) Taxes, tributes and tributary lands in the making of the Scandinavian kingdoms in the Middle Ages. Historisk Tidsskrift, 91 (4), pp. 639-641

 

Hybel, N. (2015. Institutionalization and economic growth in Denmark c. 1000-1300. Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae, vol. 20, pp. 249-ca. 268

 

Hybel, Nils (2017) The Nature of Kingship c. 800-1300: The Danish Incident. Brill, Leiden/Boston.

 

Hørby, Kai (1979) "The Fate of the Descendents of Christoffer I. Aspects of Danish Politics 1252-1319" Scandinavian Journal of History Vol. 4 pp. 207-229

 

Ingersman, Per (1996) "Episcopal patronage and social mobility in late medieval and Reformation Denmark", in Beat A. Kümin (ed.) Reformations Old and New. Essays on the Socio-Economic Impact of Religious change c. 1470-1630, pp. 109-123. Odense

 

Jahnke, Carsten (2014) "Two Journeys and One University: King Christian I and Queen Dorothea's Journeys to Rome and the Foundation of the University of Copenhagen", in K. Hundahl, L. Kjær, and N. Lund (eds), Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages, c. 1000-1525: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael H. Gelting (Farnhem: Ashgate) pp.139-153

 

Jahnke, Carsten and Englert, A. (2015) "Historical research on merchant seafaring in Danish waters and in the western Baltic Sea 1000-1250", in A. Englert (ed.), Large Cargo Ships in Danish Waters 1000-1250: Evidence of specialised merchant seafaring prior to the Hanseatic Period. Ships and Boats of the North, vol. 7, pp. 17-38. (Roskilde: The Viking Ship Museum)

 

Jakobsen, Johnny G. G. (2002): "The Priory of the Black Friars in Holbæk" Dominican History Newsletter Vol. 11 (Rome: Institutum Historicum Ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum pp. 296-299 <http://www.jggj.dk/Holbaek_Kloster_UK.htm>

 

Jakobsen, Johnny G. G. (2005):"The Dominican Priory and Convent of Medieval Roskilde, Denmark"  Dominican History Newsletter Vol. 14, (Rome: Institutum Historicum Ordinis Fratrum praedicatorum) pp. 257-278 http://www.jggj.dk/RoskildeOP.pdf

 

Jensen, J.M. (2003) "Sclavorum Expugnator: Conquest, Crusade and Danish Royal Ideology in the Twelfth Century" Crusades 2  pp. 55-81.

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (1998) "Valdemar the Victorious - the wildcard in Pope Innocent's Northern Policy" (Unpublished Conference Paper from Conference on Innocenzo III. Urbs et orbis) http://www1.sdu.dk/Hum/kvj/crusade/rom1998.htm

 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2000) "What was the Centre of the Crusading Movement? Some Scandinavian Examples of the Concept Crusader State." (Unpublished Conference Paper at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds, 11th July 2000)

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2000) "Denmark and the Crusading Movement. The integration of the Baltic Region into Medieval Europe," in A.I. Macinnes, T. Riis and F.G. Pedersen (eds) Ships, Guns and Bibles in the North Sea and the Baltic States, c. 1350-c.1700, (East Linton: Tuckwell) pp. 188-205

 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2001) "Denmark and the Second Crusade: The formation of a crusader state?" in  J. Phillips and M. Hoch (eds) The Second Crusade, Scope and Consequences (Manchester: Manchester University Press) pp. 164-179

 

 
Jensen, Kurt Villads & Torben K. Nielsen (2002) "Pope Innocent III and Denmark", in Innocenzo III. Urbs et orbis. A cura di Andrea Sommerlechner, ISIME e Società romana di storia patria, Roma  (=Nuovi studi storici; 55), pp. 1133-1168
 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2002) "The Blue Baltic Border of Denmark in the High Middle Ages: Danes, Wends and Saxo Grammaticus", in  Medieval Frontiers: Concepts and Practices, (David Abulafia & Nora Berend, Aldershot: Ashgate) pp. 173-193

 

 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2002) "The Rod in the Dung Heap. The Danish Archbishop Andrew Sunesen (Anders Sunesen) on Sex in Marrige, c. 1200." (Revised conference paper from the International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 1997) http://www1.sdu.dk/Hum/kvj/anderssunesensex.htm

 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2002) "The Barbarization of the Northerners as a Result of the First Crusade" (Revised conference paper from the Fifth International Congress of Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East, Jerusalem 14. July 1999) 

http://www1.sdu.dk/Hum/kvj/barbarization.htm

 

 

Jensen, Kurt Villads (2005) ”Crusading at the Fringe of the Ocean. Denmark and Portugal in the Twelfth Century,” in Tuomas M.S. Lehtonen and Kurt Villads Jensen (eds.) with Janne Malkki and Katja Ritari Medieval History Writing and Crusading Ideology, (Helsinki: Finnish Literary Society)(=Studia Fennica. Historica; 9)

 

 

Kaspersen, Søren (2003) "Framing history with salvation" in History and Images: Towards a New Iconology edited by Axel Bolvig and Philip Lindley (Tournhout, Belgium: Brepols) pp. 379-414

 
 
Koch, Jan (1999) "The Sea and Danish Fortifications in the Middle Ages" Europa Nostra en Bulletin Vol. 51 pp. 14-20
 
Koch, Jan (2007) "Medieval Pottery Kilns in Denmark" Medieval Ceramics Vol. 28, 2004 pp. 2-17
 
Lerche Nielsen, M. (2001) "Swedish Influence in Danish Runic Inscriptions" in K. Düwel, E. Marold & C. Zimmermann (eds.) Von Thorsberg nach Schleswig, Ërgänzungsbände zum RGA 25 (Berlin/New York) pp. 127-148
 
Lindholm, D. & D. Nicolle (2003) Medieval Scandinavian Armeies  Vol.I (1100-1300) Vol. II (1300-1500)
Lund, Niels (2003) "If they neglect military service, they shall emend to the king - The Scutage in Danish Charters and Laws", in Maritime Warfare in Northern Europe. Technology, organisation, logistics and administration 500 BC-AD 1500 (København: Nationalmuseet),  271-275
Lund, Niels (2009) "Leding and crusading", in B. Fløe Jensen and D. Wille-Jørgensen (eds), Expansion - Integration? Danish-Baltic contacts 1147-1410 AD  (Vordingborg: Museerne.dk, pp. 39-43
Lund, Niels (2015) "The Military Obligations of the Danish Church in the High Middle Ages", in G. I. Halfond (ed.), The Medieval Way of War: Studies in Medieval Military History in Honour of Bernard S. Bachrach, Vol. 1, pp. 295-307 (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate)

 

Lund, N. (2017) "Sven Estridsen's incest and divorce" Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, 13, 115-144.

Lund, Niels, Hundahl, K., and Kjær, L. eds., (2014) Denmark And Europe in the Middle Ages, c.1000-1525: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael H. Gelting. (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate)

McGuire, Brian Patrick (1973) "Property and politics at Esrum Abbey, 1151-1251", Mediaeval Scandinavia 6 (Odense) pp. 122-150
 
McGuire, Brian Patrick (1974) "Patrons, privileges, property: Sorø Abbey's first half-century", Kirkehistoriske Samlinger (Copenhagen) pp. 5-39
 
McGuire, Brian Patrick (1976) Conflict and Continuity at Øm Abbey. A Cistercian Experience in Medieval Denmark (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press) 152 pages
 
McGuire, Brian P. (1982) The Cistercians in Denmark: Attitudes, Roles and Functions in Medieval Society (Kalamazoo, Michigan) 421 pages
 
McGuire, Brian P. (1983) "Monastic and Episcopol Biography in the Thirteenth Century: The Danish Cistercian Account of Bishop Gunner of Viborg" Analecta Cisterciensia 39 pp. 195-230
 
McGuire, Brian P. (1988) "Daily Life in Danish Medieval Monastries" Medium Aevum Quotidianum 15 (Krems) pp. 14-22
 
McGuire, B.P. (1994) A Guide to Medieval Denmark (Copenhagen: C.A.Reitzel) 240 pages
 
McGuire, B.P. (ed.) (1996) The Birth of Identities: Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages (Copenhagen: C.A. Reitzel) 363 pages
 
McGuire, B.P. (1996) "Archbishop Eskil and Danish Identity" in McGuire (ed.) The Birth of Identities pp. 189-212
 
McGuire, B.P. (1999) "Monks and their Books" in Living Words & Luminous Pictures ed. Erik Petersen, pp. 105-110
 
McGuire, B.P. (2000) "Absalon's Spirituality: A Man Attached to Holy Men" in Karsten Friis-Jensen and Inge Skovgaard-Petersen (eds.) Archbishop Absalon of Lund and his World (Roskilde: Roskilde Museums Forlag) pp. 71-87
McGuire, B.P. (2001) "Religion and Mentality in the High Middle Ages: An Essay on Denmark and Europe" in Lars Bisgaard, Carsten Selch Jensen, Kurt Villads Jensen and John Lind (eds.) Medieval Spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe. A Collection of Essays in honour of Tore Nyberg (Odense: Odense University Press) pp. 87-97
 
Moltke, E. (1939) "Medieval Rune-Amulets in Denmark" Acta Etnologica 1938 (Copenhagen) pp. 116-147
 
Mortensen, Lars Boje (1987) "Saxo Grammaticus' View of the Origin of the Danes and his Historiographical Models", Cahiers de l'institute de Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin 55, pp. 169-183.

 

Münster-Swendsen, M. (2012) “ Educating the Danes: Anglo-Danish Connections in the Formative Period of the Danish Church, c. 1000-1150.”, in J. V. Sigurdsson & T. Småberg (eds), Friendship and Social Networks in Scandinavia c. 1000-1800. (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers).

 

Münster-Swendsen, Mia (2012) “The Formation of a Danish Court Nobility – The Lex castrensis sive curiae of Sven Aggesen Reconsidered”In: S. Bagge, M.H.Gelting, F. Hervik, T. Lindkvist and B. Poulsen (eds.) Statsutvikling i Skandinavia i Middelalderen,pp. 257-279. (Oslo: Dreyers Forlag)

Olsen, Birger Munk (1999) "The Oldest Latin classical manuscripts in The Royal Library" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures, pp. 52-62
 
 
 
Ottosen, Knud (1999) "From the Nottmark Manual to the Odense Agenda" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures, pp. 145-153
 
 
Pedersen, Olaf (1967) "The Life and Work of Peter Nightingale" in Arthur Beer (ed.) New Aspects in the History and Philosophy of Astronomy. Vistas in Astronomy 9 (Oxford)
 
 
Petersen, Erik (ed.) (1999) Living Words & Luminous Pictures: Medieval book culture in Denmark (Det Kongelige Bibliotek & Moesgård Museum)
 
Pinborg, Jan (1981) "Danish Students 1450-1535 and the University of Copenhagen", Université de Copenhague. Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Age Grec et Latin, 37, pp. 70-122
 
Poulsen, Bjørn (1997) "Agricultural Technology in Medieval Denmark"  in John Langdon and Grenville Astill (eds.) Medieval Farming and Technology. The Impact of Agricultural Change in Northwest Europe (Leiden) pp. 115-145
 
 

 

Poulsen, B. (2004) "Trade and Consumption Among Late Medieval and Early Modern Danish Peasants" Scandinavian Economic History Review, vol. 52 No. 1 pp. 52-68
 
 
Poulsen, B.(2006) "A Monetary Contraction in Late Medieval Denmark?" Nordisk Numismatisk Årsskrift. Nordic Numismatic Journal. 2000-2002, pp. 319-334
 
 
Randsborg, K. (2003) "Bastrup-Europe. A Massive Danish Donjon from 1100" Acta Archaeologica 74 pp. 65-122
 
Roesdahl, E. (2002) " Danish Medieval furniture - regional or international?" in Centre. Region. Periphery. Medieval Europe. Basel. (Hertingen) pp. 218-220 
 
 
 
Skovgaard-Petersen, Inge (1969) "Saxo, historian of the Patria" Medieval Scandinavia 2
 
 
Skyum-Nielsen, Niels (1981) "Estonia under Danish Rule" in Skyum-Nielsen & N. Lund (eds) (1981)  Danish Medieval History. New Currents (Copenhagen), pp. 112-135
 
 
 
Skyum-Nielsen, Niels & Niles Lund (eds.) (1981)  Danish Medieval History. New Currents (Copenhagen)
 
 
Steen Jensen, J. (2006) "The Introduction and use of runic letters on Danish coins around the year 1065" in M. Stoklund et al.  (eds.) Runes and their Secrets. Studies in Runology (Copenhagen) pp. 159-168
 
 
Stiesdahl, H. (1968) "An Excavation in the town of Ribe, Denmark" in J. G. N. Renaud (ed.) Rotterdam Papers. A Contribution to medieval archaeology (Rotterdam) pp. 155-160
 
 
Stirnemann, Patricia (1999) "The Copenhagen Psalter" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures pp. 67-77
 
 
 
Thordeman, B. et al. (1939-1940) Armour from the Battle of Wisby 1361, 1-2, Stkh.
 
 
 
Tortzen, Christian Gorm (1999) "Medieval Manuscript Fragments in Denmark" in Erik Petersen (ed.) Living Words & Luminous Pictures, pp. 163-173

Undorf, Wolfgang (2013) "Print and Book Culture in the Danish Town of Odens"’ in Benito Rial Costas (ed.) Print Culture in Early Modern Europe: A Contribution to the History of Printing and the Book Trade in Small European and Spanish Cities, Library of the Written World: Vol. 24, (Leiden: Brill ), 227-248

 
www.kalkmalerier.dk  Website for Medieval Danish Church wall paintings 
 
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