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Anglo-Saxon England

Volume 32

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R. D. Fulk, Stephen Lake, Helmut Gneuss, Michael Lapidge, Frederick M. Biggs, Margaret Clunies Ross, Christine Rauer, Mechthild Gretsch, Rohini Jayatilaka, John D. Niles, Elisabeth Okasha, Susan Youngs, Sarah Semple, Richard Sharpe
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  • Date Published: January 2008
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521038584

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  • Anglo-Saxon England consistently embraces all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and culture. Articles in volume 32 include: On argumentation in Old English philology, with particular reference to the editing and dating of Beowulf; The earliest manuscript of Bede's metrical; The sources of the Old English Martyrology; The Old English Benedictine Rule: Writing for women and men; The trick of the runes in The Husband's Message; Illustrations of damnation in late Anglo-Saxon manuscripts; The use of writs in the eleventh century; Bibliography for 2002.

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    • Date Published: January 2008
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521038584
    • length: 432 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.641kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

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    1. On argumentation in Old English philology, with particular reference to the editing and dating of Beowulf R. D. Fulk
    2. Knowledge of the writings of John Cassian in early Anglo-Saxon England Stephen Lake
    3. The earliest manuscript of Bede's metrical Vita S. Cudbercti Helmut Gneuss and Michael Lapidge
    4. Beowulf and some fictions of the Geatish succession Frederick M. Biggs
    5. An Anglo-Saxon runic coin and its adventures in Sweden Margaret Clunies Ross
    6. The sources of the Old English Martyrology Christine Rauer
    7. Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 57: a witness to the early stages of the Benedictine reform in England? Mechthild Gretsch
    8. The Old English Benedictine Rule: Writing for women and men Rohini Jayatilaka
    9. The trick of the runes in The Husband's Message John D. Niles
    10. A late Saxon inscribed pendant from Norfolk Elisabeth Okasha and Susan Youngs
    11. Illustrations of damnation in late Anglo-Saxon manuscripts Sarah Semple
    12. The use of writs in the eleventh century Richard Sharpe
    13. Addenda and corrigenda to the Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts Helmut Gneuss
    14. Bibliography for 2002 Debby Banham, Carole P. Biggam, Mark Blackburn, Carole Hough, Simon Keynes, Paul G. Remley and Rebecca Rushforth.

  • Editors

    Michael Lapidge, University of Notre Dame, Indiana

    Malcolm Godden, University of Oxford

    Simon Keynes, University of Cambridge

    Contributors

    R. D. Fulk, Stephen Lake, Helmut Gneuss, Michael Lapidge, Frederick M. Biggs, Margaret Clunies Ross, Christine Rauer, Mechthild Gretsch, Rohini Jayatilaka, John D. Niles, Elisabeth Okasha, Susan Youngs, Sarah Semple, Richard Sharpe

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