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Anglo-Saxon England

Anglo-Saxon England

Volume 42

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Michael Lapidge, Nicholas A. Sparks, Richard Coates, Carmela Vircillo Franklin, Benjamin A. Saltzman, Wim van der Wurff, Phillip Wallage, D. A. Woodman, Leonard Neidorf, Jeremy DeAngelo, Jane Kershaw, Rory Naismith, David Woods, Tom Licence
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  • Date Published: February 2014
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107064102

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  • The forty-second volume of Anglo-Saxon England begins with an article which introduces a 'new' Anglo-Latin poet to a modern audience, and ends with an article exploring the activities of a Norman archbishop of Canterbury when exiled from England in the early 1050s. Other disciplines well represented here are palaeography, philology, Old English language and literature, tenth-century diplomacy, and numismatics. Extended treatment is given to the reception in Anglo-Saxon England of a Latin life of St Ægidius, which lies behind the Old English Life of St Giles in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 303. It is also a privilege for the journal to include the first scholarly publication of the recently discovered seal-matrix of a certain Ælfric, presumed to have been a layman who flourished in the late tenth century; the object itself has been acquired by the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Each article is preceded by a short abstract.

    • Collection of original research embracing all aspects of study regarding Anglo-Saxon England
    • Comprehensive bibliography of publications on Anglo-Saxon England during 2012
    • Contributions from notable scholars
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    • Date Published: February 2014
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107064102
    • length: 339 pages
    • dimensions: 233 x 155 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.68kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. The earliest Anglo-Latin poet: Lutting of Lindisfarne Michael Lapidge
    2. An Insular fragment of Bede's Historia ecclesiastica Nicholas A. Sparks
    3. The name of the Hwicce: a discussion Richard Coates
    4. The reception of the Latin Life of St Giles in Anglo-Saxon England Carmela Vircillo Franklin
    5. The mind, perception, and the reflexivity of forgetting in Alfred's Pastoral Care Benjamin A. Saltzman
    6. On saying yes in early Anglo-Saxon England Wim van der Wurff and Phillip Wallage
    7. 'Æthelstan A' and the rhetoric of rule D. A. Woodman
    8. Scribal errors of proper names in the Beowulf manuscript Leonard Neidorf
    9. Discretio spirituum and The Whale Jeremy DeAngelo
    10. A new late Anglo-Saxon seal matrix Jane Kershaw and Rory Naismith
    11. The Agnus Dei penny of King Æthelred II: a call to hope in the Lord (Isaiah XL)? David Woods
    12. Robert of Jumièges, archbishop in exile (1052–5) Tom Licence.

  • Editors

    Rosalind Love, University of Cambridge

    Simon Keynes, University of Cambridge

    Contributors

    Michael Lapidge, Nicholas A. Sparks, Richard Coates, Carmela Vircillo Franklin, Benjamin A. Saltzman, Wim van der Wurff, Phillip Wallage, D. A. Woodman, Leonard Neidorf, Jeremy DeAngelo, Jane Kershaw, Rory Naismith, David Woods, Tom Licence

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