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Though the main thrust of the collection of papers is Anglo-Saxon England, the editors stress that the book will interest students in various fields of early medieval European history.
This thesis is supported not so much with new empirical findings or revised narrative analysis, but by a carefully constructed essay built upon broad reading in ancient and medieval European history, sociology and contemporary missiology.
The work illuminates, without any overt bias, one of the dark, roiling corners of medieval European history, and much may be excused for the very considerable light that is consistently shed, in Rowell's pages, on this corner of Europe.