Irish and Norse Traditions about the Battle of Clontarf. Haarlem: H.D. Tjeenk, 1938. xiii, 124. Publisher's plain wrappers printed in black. Covers lightly spotted, contents in very good condition. The Viking Age in Ireland approximately spans the ninth to twelfth centuries, culminating in the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. This analysis of the Irish and Icelandic traditions and sagas as studied by J.H. Todd (1867) and the Norse by Sophus Bugge and more recently by Einar Sevinsson (1933), aims to provide a detailed study of the two traditions combined, comparing them and separating the romantic elements from the historical.