Paul Bibire

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Paul Bibire is an author and former lecturer at the University of St Andrews in Scotland and the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge. His area is Anglo Saxon and Old Norse and he has written many articles on these and related subjects. Bibire is also a keen enthusiast of the author J. R. R. Tolkien whom he credits as the motivation for his academic career.

He co-edited with Gareth Williams a book entitled 'Sagas, Saints and Settlements' from a 1996 interdisciplinary symposium at the University of St Andrews, exploring the history, culture, and literature of the Viking Age and medieval Iceland and Scandinavia.[1] ('Sagas, Saints and Sacrifice' is the same book under a previous title.)

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