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This front matter section of the book Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200 contains the table of contents, a preface, and a list of illustrations. This book contains the proceedings of a conference held in Oslo in late 2005, which brought together scholars working in a wide variety of disciplines from Scandinavia, Great Britain and Ireland. The chapters in the book began as those read at the conference, augmented by two written immediately after by attendees, but have been updated in light of the discussions in Oslo and more recent scholarship. They offer historical, archaeological, art-historical, religious-historical and philological views of the interaction and interdependence of Celtic and Norse populations in the Irish Sea region in the period 800 A.D.-1200 A.D.

Keywords: Celtic; Great Britain; Ireland; Irish Sea region; Norse; Scandinavia

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