JAAH 2018 No 23 Herschend

Frands Herschend,

How Norse is Skírnismál? – A comparative case study

Full text (Divalänk)

Editorial log book with reviewer comments


Fig. 1 Map of 6th century Aguntum, today’s Lavanter Kirchbichl. After Grabherr & Kainrath (2011).

Fig. 2a & b. A: Overview of the eastern Alps and northern Italy showing principal roads and Fortunatus’ trip in the Alps. B: Cartellieri’s (1926) detailed map of relevant Alpine place names and roads.

Fig. 3. Scansion of the elegiac couplet.

Fig. 4. Two travel routes between Metz and Toledo. It would seem that Gogo and Brunhild followed the western route.

Prevously published papers in JAAH

No 1 Ekblom et al.

No 2. Ilves

No 3. Baron

No 4. Löwenborg

No 5. Arrhenius

No 6. von Hackwitz & Stenbäck

No 7. Edberg

No 8. Rosberg

No 9 Winder & Winder

No 10. Lindholm et al.

No 11. Fischer et al.

No 12. Grabowski

No 13. Welinder

No 14. Fischer & Lind

No 15. Ilves Review

No 16. Ljungkvist & Frölund

No 17. Hillerdal Review

No 18. Toth

No 19. Herschend

No 20. Helgesson & Aspeborg

No 21. Hjärthner-Holdar et al.

No. 22. Siapkas

No 23. Herschend

No. 24. Trier Christiansen

No. 25. Looijenga and Levada

No. 26. von Ehrenheim, Kllingborg, Frejman