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A HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS. By R. H. Hodgkin. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1935. 2 vols., pp. xxvii, 387; xii, 366, 85 plates (4 in colour), 34 maps, numerous text-figures. 30s.

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1 Foord, E. The Last Age of Roman Britain Harrap, 1925, pp. 27ff.

2 See especially his book on Welsh Christian Origins, Oxford: Alden Press, 1934; but this may not have been available in time for Mr Hodgkin.

3 This point has also been noted by MrMyres, J. N. L.Britain in the Dark Ages’, ANTIQUITY, December 1935, p. 464.

4 Myres, J.N.L.The Teutonic Settlement of Northern England’, History, December 1935, pp. 250ff.

5 See Taylor, T. Life of St. Samson of Dol, London, S.P.C.K., 1928.

6 Chambers, R.W.The Lost Literature of Medieval England’, Trans. of the Bib. Soc., March 1925, p. 293.

7 Smith, A.H.The Sons of Ragnar Lothbrok’, Saga Book of the Viking Society, 11, part 2, p. 173.

8 We wish to call attention to this criticism, which is continually being made in the reviews we publish.—EDITOR.

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