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Laws of King Athelstan.
Quoted by volume, homily and line. Of the three collated MSS. History of the Holy Rood-tree, edited by Prof.
Hargrove, New York, Early feedback means early resolution. Roller of King Edmund of betrothing a woman. Vocabularium Anglo-Saxonicum, opera Th. Deutsche Mythologie, von Jacob Grimm. A homily De octo vitiis et de xii.
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The topics covered here: Klage der Frau, in Codex Exoniensis, p. The Crawford Charters, ed. Basic Search Type your search string into the text box on the left to see the suggested entries. Anglo-Saxon Hymnarium, edited by Rev. The abbreviation of the references are linked to their explanations and will be linked to the source texts, if these are available.
Quoted by chapter Hexam. Anecdota Literaria, by T. Two of the Saxon Chronicles, edited by Earle. Karl Freiherrn von Richthofen.
The Anglo-Saxon poem of Beowulf, edited by Thorpe. The romance of William of Palerne, edited by W.
From the same MS. You may select one of the suggestions or click Search. Die althochdeutschen Glossen, Steinmeyer and Sievers, Berlin, It is printed in O. The poetical version of the life.
Quoted by page and line of poem. Quoted by page and number of gloss. Tolled Blickling Homilies, edited by R. Ruine, from the Codex Exoniensis, p. Stevenson, Master of the Rolls Series, The Anglo-Saxon version of the book of Leviticus.
Laws of King Edgar How the Hundred shall be held. The abbreviations used in connexion with Chaucer are not given as not requiring explanation. The Lorica Hymn, in vol. Where a reference to any citation consists of more than one part e.
The Ormulum, edited by R. The Riddles of the Exeter Book, ed.