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Lapidge, Michael & Malcolm Godden & Simon Keynes & Peter S. Baker & Carl Berkhout & Martin Biddle & Mark Blackburn & Daniel Donoghue & Roberta Frank & Richard Gameson & Helmut Gneuss & Patrizia Lendinara & Andy Orchard & Fred Robinson & Donald Scragg Listings

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1 Lapidge, Michael & Malcolm Godden & Simon Keynes & Peter S. Baker & Carl Berkhout & Martin Biddle & Mark Blackburn & Daniel Donoghue & Roberta Frank & Richard Gameson & Helmut Gneuss & Patrizia Lendinara & Andy Orchard & Fred Robinson & Donald Scragg ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND 29
Cambridge University Press 2001 0521790719 / 9780521790710 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Corners lightly bumped. General shelfwear. ; Anglo-Saxon England consistently embraces all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and culture--linguistic, literary, textual, palaeographic, religious, intellectual, historical, archaeological and artistic. Volume 29 includes: The archetype of Beowulf; Genesis A and the Anglo-Saxon "migration myth"; The Junius Psalter gloss: its historical and cultural context; The "robed Christ" in pre-Conquest sculptures of the Crucifixion; Aethelweard's Chronicon and Old English poetry; Aelfric's Preface to Genesis genre, rhetoric and the origins of the ars dictaminis; Cnut and Lotharingia: two notes; Bibliography for 1999.; Anglo-Saxon England; Vol. 29; 368 pages 
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2 Lapidge, Michael & Malcolm Godden & Simon Keynes & Peter S. Baker & Carl Berkhout & Martin Biddle & Mark Blackburn & Daniel Donoghue & Roberta Frank & Richard Gameson & Helmut Gneuss & Patrizia Lendinara & Andy Orchard & Fred Robinson & Donald Scragg ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND 30
Cambridge University Press 2002 0521802105 / 9780521802109 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Dustjacket has a few tears along top of book. General edgewear. ; Anglo-Saxon England consistently embraces all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and culture--linguistic, literary, textual, palaeographic, religious, intellectual, historical, archaeological and artistic. Volume 30 includes: Old sources, new resources: finding the right formula for Boniface; The illness of King Alfred the Great; The social context of narrative disruption in the Letter of Alexander to Aristotle; Broken bodies and singing tongues: gender and voice in the Cambridge Corpus Christi College; 23 Psychomachia; Anglo-Saxon prognostics in context: a survey and handlist of manuscripts; Bibliography for 2000.; Anglo-Saxon England; Vol. 30; 374 pages 
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