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Erika von Erhardt-Siebold NOTE ON ANGLO-SAXON RIDDLE 74 21. (1952), 36-37 DOI:10.2307/43626435
Erika von Erhardt-Siebold THE ANGLO-SAXON RIDDLE 74 AND EMPEDOKLES' FRAGMENT 117 15. (1946), 48-54 DOI:10.2307/43626320
Jane Roberts EVIDENCES FOR WITCHCRAFT IN ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND 32.2 (1963), 99-116 DOI:10.2307/43627040
Jane L. Curry APPROACHES TO A TRANSLATION OF THE ANGLO-SAXON "THE WIFE'S LAMENT" 35.3 (1966), 187-198 DOI:10.2307/43627284
Robert Gallagher Latin acrostic poetry in Anglo-Saxon England: reassessing the contribution of John the Old Saxon 86.2 (2017), 249- DOI:10.2307/26396420 pdf
J.A.W. Bennett Anglo-Saxon saints and scholars, by Eleanor Shipley Duckett 18. (1949), 37-38 DOI:10.2307/43626339
C.L. Wrenn Anglo-Saxon Writs, by F. E. Harmer 23.1 (1954), 44-49 DOI:10.2307/43626526
C.J.E. Ball Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse, by Dorothy Whitelock 39.1 (1970), 44-47 DOI:10.2307/43631243
C.J.E. Ball Anglo-Saxon Riddles of the Exeter Book, by Paull F. Baum 34.1 (1965), 46-48 DOI:10.2307/43627142
C.E. Wright Catalogue of Manuscripts containing Anglo-Saxon, by N. R. Ker 28.1 (1959), 53-57 DOI:10.2307/43626774
J.L.N. O'Loughlin The Latin Charters of the Anglo-Saxon Period, by F. M. Stenton 26.1 (1957), 55-56 DOI:10.2307/43626669
R.I. Page An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary based on the manuscript collections of Joseph Bosworth. Enlarged Addenda and Corrigenda, by Alistair Campbell, T. Northcote Toller 44.1 (1975), 65-68 DOI:10.2307/43628077
C.L. Wrenn Anglo-Saxon poetry: an essay with specimen translations in verse, by Gavin Bone 13. (1944), 68-71 DOI:10.2307/43626290
R.G. Die altenglische Version des Halitgar'schen Bussbuches (sog. Poenitentiale Pseudo-Ecgberti). (Bibliothek der angelsächsischen Prosa, XIII), by Josef Raith 3.1 (1934), 71-73 DOI:10.2307/43625889
Pamela Gradon The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. (Everyman's Library), by G. N. Garmonsway 25.2 (1956), 98-102 DOI:10.2307/43626629
MARK GRIFFITH The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, a Collaborative Edition, Volume 17: The Annals of St Neots, with Vita Prima Sancti Neoti, by David Dumville, Michael Lapidge 57.1 (1988), 98-99 DOI:10.2307/43631441
Rosemary Cramp Anglo-Saxon Architecture, by H. M. Taylor, Joan Taylor 36.1 (1967), 99-100 DOI:10.2307/43627333
PETER KITSON Charters of Sherborne, Anglo-Saxon Charters, 3, by Mary Anne O'Donovan 60.1 (1991), 104-105 DOI:10.2307/43629390
A.C. Campbell Anglo-Saxon Charters, by A. J. Robertson 9.2 (1940), 106-111 DOI:10.2307/43626191
Éamonn Ó Carragáin Anglo-Saxon Crucifixion Iconography and the Art of the Monastic Revival, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 1, by Barbara Raw 61.1 (1992), 116-117 DOI:10.2307/43632183
JANE STEVENSON Visible Song: Transitional Literacy in Old English Verse, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 4, by Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe 61.1 (1992), 117-118 DOI:10.2307/43632184
Rosemary Cramp Anglo-Saxon England, by P. Hunter Blair 26.2 (1957), 117-120 DOI:10.2307/43626683
FREDERICK M. BIGGS English Caroline Script and Monastic History: Studies in Benedictinism, A.D. 930-1030, Studies in Anglo-Saxon History 6, by David N. Dumville 64.1 (1995), 119-119 DOI:10.2307/43629686
ROHINI JAYATILAKA P. J. Lucas, A. N. Doane, and I. C. Cunningham (eds.), Latin Manuscripts with Anglo-Saxon Glosses, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile 5 68.1 (1999), 121-121 DOI:10.2307/43630141
Ann Squires Jennifer Neville, Representations of the Natural World in Old English Poetry, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 27 69.1 (2000), 122-124 DOI:10.2307/43631504
ROHINI JAYATILAKA Christopher A. Jones, Ælfric's letter to the Monks of Eynsham, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 24 69.1 (2000), 124-125 DOI:10.2307/43631505
Daniel Anlezark Mechthild Gretsch, Ælfric and the Cult of Saints in Late Anglo-Saxon England, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 34 77.1 (2008), 126-127 DOI:10.2307/43630604
JAN ČERMÁK An Invitation to Old English and Anglo-Saxon England, by Bruce Mitchell 65.1 (1996), 127-128 DOI:10.2307/43629806
M.R. Godden David W. Porter (ed.), Excerptiones de Prisciano: The Source for Ælfric's Latin–Old English Grammar, Anglo-Saxon Texts 4 72.1 (2003), 128-130 DOI:10.2307/43630650
Daniel Anlezark Benjamin C. Withers, The Illustrated Old English Hexateuch, Cotton Claudius B.iv: The Frontier of Seeing and Reading in Anglo-Saxon England 80.1 (2011), 129- DOI:10.2307/43632477 pdf
JANE STEVENSON Andy Orchard, The Poetic Art of Aldhelm, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 8 66.1 (1997), 130-131 DOI:10.2307/43629919
ROHINI JAYATILAKA Clare A. Lees and Gillian R. Overing, Double Agents: Women and Clerical Culture in Anglo-Saxon England, The Middle Ages Series 72.1 (2003), 132-133 DOI:10.2307/43630652
DAVID GANZ Birgit Ebersperger, Die angelsächsischen Handschriften in den Pariser Bibliotheken mit einer Edition von Ælfrics Kirchweihehomilie aus der Handschrift Paris, BN lat. 943, Anglistische Forschungen 261 70.1 (2001), 132-133 DOI:10.2307/43630352
Rosemary Cramp The Church in Anglo-Saxon England, by C. J. Godfrey 33.2 (1964), 133-134 DOI:10.2307/43627094
Vera I. Evison The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England, by H. R. Ellis Davidson 32.2 (1963), 136-140 DOI:10.2307/43627046

A Catalogue of Western Book Illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges IV.1. The British Isles: Insular and Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts, ed. Nigel Morgan and Stella Panayotova with the assistance of Rebecca Rushforth

84.1 (2015), 137- pdf
Daniel Anlezark Catherine A. M. Clarke, Writing Power in Anglo-Saxon England: Texts, Hierarchies, Economies 83.1 (2014), 137- DOI:10.2307/43633065 pdf
JANE STEVENSON Cambridge, Pembroke College MS 25: a Carolingian Sermonary used by Anglo-Saxon Preachers. King's College London Medieval Studies, 1, by James E. Cross 58.1 (1989), 141-142 DOI:10.2307/43632524
C.L. Wrenn Angelsaksisch Handboek, by R. Girvan, E. L. Deuschle 1.2 (1932), 141-145 DOI:10.2307/43625826
MARK GRIFFITH MS A, (The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a Collaborative Edition Vol. III), by J. M. Bately 58.1 (1989), 142-143 DOI:10.2307/43632525
Daniel Anlezark Victoria Thompson, Dying and Death in Later Anglo-Saxon England 75.1 (2006), 143-143 DOI:10.2307/43621041
ANTHONY P. BALE Andrew P. Scheil, Footsteps of Israel: Understanding Jews in Anglo-Saxon England 75.1 (2006), 145-146 DOI:10.2307/43621043
Britt Mize

Michael D. C. Drout, Tradition and Influence in Anglo-Saxon Literature: An Evolutionary, Cognitivist Approach (Britt Mize)

84.1 (2015), 147- DOI:10.2307/26396561 pdf
ROSALIND FIELD Robert Allen Rouse, The Idea of Anglo-Saxon England in Middle English Romance, Studies in Medieval Romance 75.1 (2006), 148-149 DOI:10.2307/43621046
C.L. Wrenn Changing Currents in Anglo-Saxon Studies, by Dorothy Whitelock 28.2 (1959), 150-151 DOI:10.2307/43631157
RICHARD GAMESON Vicky Gunn, Bede’s Historiae: Genre, Rhetoric and the Construction of Anglo-Saxon Church History 79.1 (2010), 154-156 DOI:10.2307/43632411

Ben Snook, The Anglo-Saxon Chancery: The History, Language and Production of Anglo-Saxon Charters from Alfred to Edgar

86.1 (2017), 160- DOI:10.2307/26396509 pdf
Carolyne Larrington Anglo-Saxon Women and the Church, by Stephanie Hollis 63.1 (1994), 162-163 DOI:10.2307/43629656
Michael J. Warren

Britton Elliot Brooks, Restoring Creation: The Natural World in the Anglo-Saxon Saints’ Lives of Cuthbert and Guthlac

89.1 (2020), 164-165 pdf
Jennifer Neville

Jordan Zweck, Epistolary Acts: Anglo-Saxon Letters and Early English Media

89.1 (2020), 165-166 pdf
Tom Birkett Peter Orton, Writing in a Speaking World: The Pragmatics of Literacy in Anglo-Saxon Inscriptions and Old English Poetry 87.1 (2018), 168- pdf
Ian Cornelius Stephen M. Yeager, From Lawmen to Plowmen: Anglo-Saxon Legal Tradition and the School of Langland 87.1 (2018), 170- pdf
Hilary Powell

Cynthia Turner Camp, Anglo-Saxon Saints’ Lives as Historical Writing in Late Medieval England (Hilary Powell)

86.1 (2017), 171- DOI:10.2307/26396517 pdf
Frank Barlow The Cult of Kingship in Anglo-Saxon England: The Transition from Paganism to Christianity, by William A. Chaney 40.2 (1971), 179-181 DOI:10.2307/43627725
Forrest S. Scott Skaldic Verse and Anglo-Saxon History. (Dorothea Coke Memorial Lecture in Northern Studies), by Alistair Campbell 42.2 (1973), 203-204 DOI:10.2307/43627926
C.L. Wrenn A Short Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, in a normalised Early West-Saxon Orthography, by J. B. Bessinger 30.3 (1961), 206-207 DOI:10.2307/43626950
Joan Turville-Petre Anglo-Saxon Oral Poetry: a Study of the Traditions, by Jeff Opland 51.2 (1982), 237-239 DOI:10.2307/43628655
THOMAS J.A. HEFFERNAN Preaching and Theology in Anglo-Saxon England: Ælfric and Wulfstan, by Milton McC. Gatch 48.2 (1979), 266-268 DOI:10.2307/43631381
R. HAMER An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany, British Library Cotton Tiberius B.V Part I together with leaves from British Library Cotton Nero D.II, Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 21, by P. McGurk, D. N. Dumville, M. R. Godden, Ann Knock 55.2 (1986), 270-271 DOI:10.2307/43629001
Eric Stanley 'Wlanc' und Derivate im Alt-und Mittelenglischen. Eine wortgeschichtliche Studie (Angelsächsische Sprache und Literatur 61), by Michael von Rüden 48.2 (1979), 271-271 DOI:10.2307/43631383
MARK GRIFFITH The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, a Collaborative Edition, Volume 4: MS B, by Simon Taylor 55.2 (1986), 271-271 DOI:10.2307/43629002
M.J. ALEXANDER Anglo-Saxon Poetry, by S. A. J. Bradley 54.2 (1985), 287-288 DOI:10.2307/43628904
J.A. Burrow C. R. Dodwell, Anglo-Saxon Gestures and the Roman Stage, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 28 69.2 (2000), 296-297 DOI:10.2307/43630293
JANE STEVENSON Religion and Literature in Western England, 600—800, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 3, by Patrick Sims-Williams 60.2 (1991), 297-298 DOI:10.2307/43632577
RICHARD MARSDEN Mary Clayton, The Apocryphal Gospels of Mary in Anglo-Saxon England, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 26 69.2 (2000), 298-299 DOI:10.2307/43630295
H.E.J. COWDREY Biblical Commentaries from the Canterbury School of Theodore and Hadrian. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 10, by Bernhard Bischoff, Michael Lapidge 64.2 (1995), 302-304 DOI:10.2307/43633108
D.G. SCRAGG The Metrical Grammar of 'Beowulf', Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 5, by Calvin B. Kendall 61.2 (1992), 307-308 DOI:10.2307/43629440
Diana E. Greenway Anglo-Saxon Charters I: Charters of Rochester, by A. Campbell 43.3 (1974), 309-310 DOI:10.2307/43628057
Barbara C. Raw The Role of Art in the Late Anglo-Saxon Church, by Richard Gameson 65.2 (1996), 309-310 DOI:10.2307/43629866
JANE STEVENSON Literacy and Power in Anglo-Saxon Literature, Regents Studies in Medieval Culture, by Seth Lerer 61.2 (1992), 310-310 DOI:10.2307/43629443
PETER KIDD Kristine Haney, The St. Albans Psalter: An Anglo-Saxon Song of Faith, Studies in the Humanities: Literature-Politics-Society 60 72.2 (2003), 310-311 DOI:10.2307/43630503
CAROL NEUMAN DE VEGVAR Michelle P. Brown, Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age 79.2 (2010), 311-312 DOI:10.2307/43632426
JOYCE HILL Anglo-Saxon Exeter: A Tenth-Century Cultural History, Studies in Anglo-Saxon History, by Patrick W. Conner 64.2 (1995), 312-313 DOI:10.2307/43633115
JANE STEVENSON Books of Prayer and Healing, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile 1, by A. N. Doane 65.2 (1996), 312-313 DOI:10.2307/43629868
JANE STEVENSON Psalters I, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile 2, by Phillip Pulsiano 65.2 (1996), 312-313 DOI:10.2307/43629868
Richard North The Battle of Maldon: Text and Translation, Anglo-Saxon Books, by Bill Griffiths 62.2 (1993), 313-314 DOI:10.2307/43629568
Celia Sisam Die Worttrennung am Zeilenende in altenglischen Handschriften, Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe XIV; Angelsächsische Sprache und Literatur, 96. Teil I (Untersuchung). Teil II (Belegsammlung), by Claus-Dieter Wetzel 52.2 (1983), 313-313 DOI:10.2307/43628745
JOYCE HILL Peter Clemoes, Interactions of Thought and Language in Old English Poetry, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 12 66.2 (1997), 314-316 DOI:10.2307/43630079
JOYCE HILL Carol Braun Pasternack, The Textuality of Old English Poetry, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 13 66.2 (1997), 314-316 DOI:10.2307/43630079
Daniel Anlezark Michael Lapidge, The Anglo-Saxon Library 76.2 (2007), 315-316 DOI:10.2307/43633183
Daniel Anlezark Stacy S. Klein, Ruling Women: Queenship and Gender in Anglo-Saxon Literature 76.2 (2007), 316-317 DOI:10.2307/43633184
MARK GRIFFITH Geoffrey Russom, 'Beowulf' and Old Germanic Metre, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 23 68.2 (1999), 316-316 DOI:10.2307/43630190
HEATHER O'DONOGHUE Richard North, Heathen Gods in Old English Literature, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 22 68.2 (1999), 317-318 DOI:10.2307/43630191
ROHINI JAYATILAKA Robert Stanton, The Culture of Translation in Anglo-Saxon England 72.2 (2003), 317-319 DOI:10.2307/43630509
JANE STEVENSON Liturgy and the Ecclesiastical History of Late Anglo-Saxon England: Four Studies, Studies in Anglo-Saxon History 5, by David Dumville 63.2 (1994), 320-321 DOI:10.2307/43629748
CHRISTINE RAUER Janina Cünnen, Fiktionale Nonnenwelten: Angelsächsische Frauenbriefe des 8. und 9. Jahrhunderts, Anglistische Forschungen 287 70.2 (2001), 320-322 DOI:10.2307/43632694
JOYCE HILL The Irish Tradition in Old English Literature, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 6, by Charles D. Wright 63.2 (1994), 321-322 DOI:10.2307/43629749
MARY SWAN M. Bradford Bedingfield, The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England 72.2 (2003), 321-323 DOI:10.2307/43630512
MARK GRIFFITH Graham D. Caie (ed.), The Old English Poem ‘Judgement Day II’: A Critical Edition with Editions of ‘De die iudicii’ and the Hatton 113 Homily ‘Be domes dæge’, Anglo-Saxon Texts 2 70.2 (2001), 322-323 DOI:10.2307/43632695
ROHINI JAYATILAKA Helmut Gneuss, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A List of Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments Written or Owned in England up to 1100, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 241 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001) 71.2 (2002), 323-323 DOI:10.2307/43630452
Neil Cartlidge Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe and Andy Orchard (eds), Latin Learning and English Lore: Studies in Anglo-Saxon Literature for Michael Lapidge 75.2 (2006), 323-323 DOI:10.2307/43632770
MARY SWAN H. Momma, The Composition of Old English Poetry, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 20 67.2 (1998), 323-324 DOI:10.2307/43630030
Richard Dance John M. Hill, The Anglo-Saxon Warrior Ethic: Reconstructing Lordship in Early English Literature 70.2 (2001), 323-324 DOI:10.2307/43632696
MARY CLAYTON Ananya J. Kabir, Paradise, Death and Doomsday in Anglo-Saxon Literature, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 32 71.2 (2002), 324-325 DOI:10.2307/43630453
Helen Appleton Scott T. Smith, Land and Book: Literature and Land Tenure in Anglo-Saxon England 83.2 (2014), 326- pdf
RICHARD GAMESON Catherine E. Karkov, The Art of Anglo-Saxon England 82.2 (2013), 326- DOI:10.2307/43633022 pdf
CHRISTINE FRANZEN Mary Swan and Elaine M. Treharne (eds), Rewriting Old English in the Twelfth Century, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 30 70.2 (2001), 326-327 DOI:10.2307/43632698
Barbara C. Raw Anglo-Saxon Animal Art and its Germanic Background, by George Speake 50.2 (1981), 327-328 DOI:10.2307/43628628
CATHERINE A.M. CLARKE Sarah Foot, Monastic Life in Anglo-Saxon England, c.600-900 78.2 (2009), 327-328 DOI:10.2307/43632846
Daniel Anlezark Michael D. C. Drout, How Tradition Works: A Meme-Based Cultural Poetics of the Anglo-Saxon Tenth Century, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 306 78.2 (2009), 328-329 DOI:10.2307/43632847
Daniel Anlezark

Rebecca Brackmann, The Elizabethan Invention of Anglo-Saxon England: Laurence Nowell, William Lambarde, and the Study of Old English

85.2 (2016), 328- DOI:10.2307/26396378 pdf
Mark Faulkner Claudia Di Sciacca, Finding the Right Words: Isidore’s ‘Synonyma’ in Anglo-Saxon England 78.2 (2009), 329-330 DOI:10.2307/43632848
Helen Appleton

Joanna Kramer, Between Earth and Heaven: Liminality and the Ascension of Christ in Anglo-Saxon Literature (Helen Appleton)

85.2 (2016), 329- DOI:10.2307/26396379 pdf
RICHARD GAMESON Susan D. Thompson, Anglo-Saxon Royal Diplomas: A Palaeography 78.2 (2009), 331-332 DOI:10.2307/43632849
Megan Cavell

Emily V. Thornbury, Becoming a Poet in Anglo-Saxon England (Megan Cavell)

85.2 (2016), 331- DOI:10.2307/26396380 pdf
Daniel Anlezark

A. N. Doane and William Stoneman, Purloined Letters: The Twelfth-Century Reception of the Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Hexateuch (British Library, Cotton Claudius B.iv)

85.2 (2016), 332- DOI:10.2307/26396381 pdf
ANTHONY MARETT-CROSBY OSB Mechtild Gretsch, The Intellectual Foundations of the English Benedictine Reform, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 25 69.2 (2000), 336-337 DOI:10.2307/43630326

Tristan Major, Undoing Babel: The Tower of Babel in Anglo-Saxon Literature

89.2 (2020), 389-390 pdf
John Hines

Jane Hawkes and Philip Sidebottom, Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture. Volume XIII: Derbyshire and Staffordshire

88.2 (2019), 403-405 pdf
Natalija Ganina

Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War, ed. Claire Breay and Joanna Story

88.2 (2019), 405-406 pdf
Daniel Anlezark Anglo-Saxon Prognostics: An Edition and Translation of Texts from London, British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius A.iii, ed. and trans. R. M. Liuzza 82.1 (2013), 169- DOI:10.2307/43633004
Jane Roberts A. N. Doane (ed.), Anglo-Saxon Bibles and ‘The Book of Cerne’ 76.2 (2007), 352-353 DOI:10.2307/43633213
Daniel Anlezark Sunday Observance and the Sunday Letter in Anglo-Saxon England, ed. Dorothy Haines 85.2 (2016), 358- DOI:10.2307/26396398
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Cyril Hart Some recent editions of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles 66.2 (1997), 293-301 DOI:10.2307/43630068


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