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The Making of the Middle Ages$
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Marios Costambeys, Andrew Hamer, and Martin Heale

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9781846310683

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781846310683.001.0001

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Making the Old North on Merseyside

Making the Old North on Merseyside

A Tale of Three Ships

(p.139) Making the Old North on Merseyside
The Making of the Middle Ages

Andrew Wawn

Liverpool University Press

‘Making the Old North on Merseyside: A Tale of Three Ships’, written by Andrew Wawn, focuses on a discussion of three Victorian makers of the Viking middle ages, John Thomas Stanley, George Stephens and John Sephton, and aims to give these sons of Merseyside the recognition that they deserve for their pioneering work in philology, and old northern languages and literatures.

Keywords:   History, British History, Medievalism, Ancient History and Classics, Middle Ages, Medieval Ages

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