Anglo-Saxon England by Michael LapidgeAnglo-Saxon England by Michael Lapidge

Anglo-Saxon England

EditorMichael Lapidge, Malcolm Godden, Simon Keynes

Paperback | January 28, 2008

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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.
Title:Anglo-Saxon EnglandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.94 inPublished:January 28, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521038588

ISBN - 13:9780521038584

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List of illustrations; 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.