Vinland Saga

Author: Makoto Yukimura
Editor: Kodansha Comics
ISBN: 1612626998
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A KING IS BORN Pushed to the brink of despair after his father attempted to have him killed, Prince Canute has experienced an awakening, transforming him from a timid, gentle boy into a clear-eyed man with the heart of a king. But a king needs a crown, and Canute now knows that nothing will be given to him. If he wants to rule, he will have to prove his ruthlessness with a plot that will change the fate of the kingdom and spatter the throne with blood! Meanwhile, Thorfinn watches events unfold that could steal away the vengeance he has waited so long to achieve...

Vinland Saga 10

Author: Makoto Yukimura
Editor: Kodansha America LLC
ISBN: 1642122637
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Vinland Saga 9

Author: Makoto Yukimura
Editor: Vinland Saga
ISBN: 9781632364456
Size: 15,77 MB
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Vinland Saga 03

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ISBN: 9788416090464
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Vinland Saga Tomes 1 3

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ISBN: 9782368525487
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Depuis qu'Askeladd, un chef de guerre fourbe et sans honneur, a tué son père lorsqu'il était enfant, Thorfinn le suit partout dans le but de se venger. Mais bien qu'il soit devenu un guerrier redoutable, il ne parvient toujours pas à vaincre son ennemi. Au fil des ans, enchaînant missions périlleuses et combats afin d'obtenir des duels contre l'homme qu'il hait plus que tout, le gentil Thorfinn est devenu froid et solitaire, prisonnier de son passé et incapable d'aller de l'avant. Jusqu'à ce que la vie le force à regarder le Monde différemment...

Viking America

Author: Geraldine Barnes
Editor: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 9780859916080
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Viking America examined through the writing and rewriting of the Vinland story from the middle ages to the twentieth century.

Night Stalker Amica Saga 3

Author: Richard S. Tuttle
Editor: KBS Publishing
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Thefts, assassinations and political corruption rock the Amican Riviera as powerful rouge mages intent on world denomination quietly work their blood magic. The authorities seem incapable of stopping the crimes as the Avenging Shadow joined by old friends and new allies leaps into the fray but will it be enough to stem the rumblings of a resurgence of the ancient Mage Wars?

Vinland Saga 1

Author: 幸村誠
Editor: 東立出版社
ISBN: 9861185879
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中世紀的維京人號稱是地表最強的民族,他們以殘暴的手段攻擊歐陸,其中一位傳說中的戰士?托爾茲的兒子托爾芬,從小在戰場上長大,跟著殺父仇人阿謝拉特不斷追求夢幻大陸『VINLAND』!

Maps Myths And Men

Author: Kirsten A. Seaver
Editor: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804749633
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The "Vínland Map" first surfaced on the antiquarian market in 1957 and the map's authenticity has been hotly debated ever since—in controversies ranging from the anomalous composition of the ink and the map's lack of provenance to a plethora of historical and cartographical riddles. Maps, Myths, and Men is the first work to address the full range of this debate. Focusing closely on what the map in fact shows, the book contains a critique of the 1965 work The Vinland Map and the Tartar Relation; scrutinizes the marketing strategies used in 1957; and covers many aspects of the map that demonstrate it is a modern fake, such as literary evidence and several scientific ink analyses performed between 1967 and 2002. The author explains a number of the riddles and provides evidence for both the identity of the mapmaker and the source of the parchment used, and she applies current knowledge of medieval Norse culture and exploration to counter widespread misinformation about Norse voyages to North America and about the Norse world picture.

The Vinland Sagas

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Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141906987
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One of the most arresting stories in the history of exploration, these two Icelandic sagas tell of the discovery of America by Norsemen five centuries before Christopher Columbus. Together, the direct, forceful twelfth-century Graenlendinga Saga and the more polished and scholarly Eirik's Saga, written some hundred years later, recount how Eirik the Red founded an Icelandic colony in Greenland and how his son, Leif the Lucky, later sailed south to explore - and if possible exploit - the chance discovery by Bjarni Herjolfsson of an unknown land. In spare and vigorous prose they record Europe's first surprise glimpse of the eastern shores of the North American continent and the natives who inhabited them.