Ritchie, A. (1994). Peaceful Vikings. Brit Archaeol News 17. Vol 17.

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Peaceful Vikings
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Brit Archaeol News 17
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British Archaeological News
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17
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Excavations on Orkney over recent years have tended to refute the idea that the Vikings were murderous plunderers. A picture of social integration is emerging from settlement sites, such as a farmstead at the Point of Buckquoy, which have produced both Pictish and Viking artefacts. This view is corroborated by folklore and linguistic evidence.
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Anna Ritchie
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Jeremy M O Oetgen (Abstract author)
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1994
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Farmstead (Auto Detected Subject))
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20 Jan 2002