🎧 Vikings in Spain
🎧 Gone Medieval • 31m
When we think of Vikings, we tend to picture them in the colder climates of Northern Europe, and not so much in the warmer regions of Spain and the Mediterranean beyond.
However, joining Dr. Cat Jarman today is Dr. Irene García Losquiño, a researcher whose work is uncovering Viking activity on the Iberian peninsula, shedding new light on the lives they lived there beyond the raiding we know about.
This episode was edited by Stuart Beckwith and produced by Rob Weinberg.
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