Anglo-Saxon England: Volume 38 by Malcolm GoddenAnglo-Saxon England: Volume 38 by Malcolm Godden

Anglo-Saxon England: Volume 38

EditorMalcolm Godden, Simon Keynes

Hardcover | December 13, 2010

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Anglo-Saxon England was the first publication to consistently embrace all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and culture - linguistic, literary, textual, palaeographic, religious, intellectual, historical, archaeological and artistic - and which promotes the more unusual interests - in music or medicine or education, for example. Articles in volume 38 include: The Passio Andreae and The Dream of the Rood by Thomas D. Hill, Beowulf off the Map by Alfred Hiatt, Numerical Composition and Beowulf: A Re-consideration by Yvette Kisor, 'The Landed Endowment of the Anglo-Saxon Minster at Hanbury (Worcs.) by Steven Bassett, Scapegoating the Secular Clergy: The Hermeneutic Style as a Form of Monastic Self-Definition by Rebecca Stephenson, Understanding Numbers in MS London, British Library Harley by Daniel Anlezark, Tudor Antiquaries and the Vita 'dwardi Regis by Henry Summerso and Earl Godwine's Ship by Simon Keynes and Rosalind Love. A comprehensive bibliography concludes the volume, listing publications on Anglo-Saxon England during 2008.
Title:Anglo-Saxon England: Volume 38Format:HardcoverDimensions:360 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.94 inPublished:December 13, 2010Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521194067

ISBN - 13:9780521194068

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1. The Passio Andreae and The Dream of the Rood Thomas D. Hill; 2. Beowulf off the map Alfred Hiatt; 3. Numerical composition and Beowulf: a re-consideration Yvette Kisor; 4. 'The landed endowment of the Anglo-Saxon minster at Hanbury (Worcs.)' Steven Bassett; 5. Scapegoating the secular clergy: the hermeneutic style as a form of monastic self-definition Rebecca Stephenson; 6. Understanding numbers in MS London, British Library Harley Daniel Anlezark; 7. Tudor antiquaries and the Vita 'dwardi Regis Henry Summerso; 8. Earl Godwine's ship Simon Keynes and Rosalind Love; Bibliography.