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by Benedikt Benedikz,Sigfús Blöndal
Author: Benedikt Benedikz,Sigfús Blöndal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 revised edition (April 16, 2007)
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Benedikt S Benedikz gathered the various notes and compiled them into the book that was published in 1978.
Benedikt S Benedikz gathered the various notes and compiled them into the book that was published in 1978. I stumbled across Henry Treece’s Viking Trilogy in my junior high and high school year in of all places, Sri Lanka. I had also read an excellent novel of the life of Harald Hardrada, who title escapes me.
Sigfus Benedikt Bjarnarson Blondal was born on 2 October 1874 at Hjallaland in Vatnsdalur in Northern Iceland, the son of Bjorn Blondal, the farmer there, a man of a well-connected family, and his wife GuSrun, also born of a family of parsons and officials. In 1883 Bjorn Blondal moved to Reykjavik, and Sigfus entered the Latin School there in 1886.
Varangians of Byzantium: An Aspect of Byzantine Military History. by Benedikt S. Benedikz, Cambridge: 1978.
THE VARANGIANS OF BYZANTIUM Sigfiis Blondal An aspect of Byzantine military history translated, revised and rewritten by Benedikt S. Benediks CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS CAMBRIDGE LONDON NEW YORK NEWROCHELLE MELBOURNE SYDNEY.
The Varangians of Byzantium. Translated, revised, and rewritten by Benedikt S. Benedikz. 23·5 16 cm. Pp. 242+ 1 p. 3 maps.
Blöndal, . translated, revised and rewritten by Benedikz, Benedikt S. (2007).
Benedict Benedikz, The Varangians of Byzantium (Cambridge University Press, 2007). Blöndal, . The Varangians of Byzantium.
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The Varangians of Byzantium book. This book examines how the Norsemen came to be drawn into the Imperial service until the greatest of all the Emperors of the East, Basil II, formed them into the regiment of guards which was to give unique service to the Empire. It surveys the history of the regiment down to the collapse of High Byzantium in 1204 and traces the remnant of the Varangians to the very last day of the Empire in May 1453.
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