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Elizabeth Robinson

Remorse and Entreaty: An Edition of some Vernacular Confessional Prayers in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts

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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
Mark Faulkner

The Old English Bede: a new source for the F-version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

90.2 (2021), 217-
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
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
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
Martyn F. Wakelin Saxon Place-Names in East Cornwall, Lund Studies in English, 77, by Örjan Svensson 57.1 (1988), 101-101 DOI:10.2307/43631443
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
Rosemary Cramp Anglo-Saxon England, by P. Hunter Blair 26.2 (1957), 117-120 DOI:10.2307/43626683
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
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
SHEILA WATTS The Saxon Genesis: An Edition of the West Saxon Genesis B and the Old Saxon Vatican Genesis, by A. N. Doane 63.1 (1994), 125-126 DOI:10.2307/43629627
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
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
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-
Daniel Anlezark Catherine A. M. Clarke, Writing Power in Anglo-Saxon England: Texts, Hierarchies, Economies 83.1 (2014), 137- DOI:10.2307/43633065
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
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
F.E. Harmer The Early Charters of Essex. The Saxon Period. The Norman Period, by Cyril Hart 28.2 (1959), 145-146 DOI:10.2307/43631154
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
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
Thomas Kearns Kate Thomas, Late Anglo-Saxon Prayer in Practice: Before the Books of Hours 90.1 (2021), 160-161
John Morris Celt and Saxon: Studies in the Early British Border, by Nora K. Chadwick 33.2 (1964), 162-164 DOI:10.2307/43627108
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
Jennifer Neville

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

89.1 (2020), 165-166
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-
Ian Cornelius Stephen M. Yeager, From Lawmen to Plowmen: Anglo-Saxon Legal Tradition and the School of Langland 87.1 (2018), 170-
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
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
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
Bruce Dickins The Hêliand translated from the Old Saxon, by Mariana Scott 36.3 (1967), 301-302 DOI:10.2307/43627388
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
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
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
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
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
ROHINI JAYATILAKA Robert Stanton, The Culture of Translation in Anglo-Saxon England 72.2 (2003), 317-319 DOI:10.2307/43630509
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
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
MARY SWAN M. Bradford Bedingfield, The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England 72.2 (2003), 321-323 DOI:10.2307/43630512
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
RICHARD GAMESON Catherine E. Karkov, The Art of Anglo-Saxon England 82.2 (2013), 326- DOI:10.2307/43633022
Helen Appleton Scott T. Smith, Land and Book: Literature and Land Tenure in Anglo-Saxon England 83.2 (2014), 326-
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
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
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
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
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
Elizabeth Solopova Seiichi Suzuki, The Metre of Old Saxon Poetry: The Remaking of Alliterative Tradition 74.2 (2005), 341-342 DOI:10.2307/43632744
Tom Birkett Megan E. Hartman, Poetic Style and Innovation in Old English, Old Norse, and Old Saxon 90.2 (2021), 346-

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

89.2 (2020), 389-390
John Hines

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

88.2 (2019), 403-405
Natalija Ganina

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

88.2 (2019), 405-406
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
Guy Points, The Combined Anglo-Saxon Chronicles: A Ready-Reference Abridged Chronology 85.2 (2016), 359-
Shorter Notices
The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World, ed. Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R. Owen-Crocker 83.1 (2014), 177- DOI:10.2307/43633088
Ted Morrissey, The Beowulf Poet and his Real Monsters: A Trauma-Theory Reading of the Anglo- Saxon Poem, with a Foreword by Steven Moore 84.1 (2015), 182-
Latinity and Identity in Anglo-Saxon Literature, ed. Rebecca Stephenson and Emily V. Thornbury 88.1 (2019), 195-195
Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture, ed. Samantha Zacher 88.1 (2019), 195-195
Michelle P. Brown, Art of the Islands: Celtic, Pictish, Anglo-Saxon and Viking Visual Culture c.450–1050 86.1 (2017), 196- DOI:10.2307/26396528
Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World, ed. Michael D. J. Bintley and Michael G. Shapland 83.2 (2014), 367-
Saints and Scholars: New Perspectives on Anglo-Saxon Literature in Honour of Hugh Magennis, ed. Stuart McWilliams 85.2 (2016), 368- DOI:10.2307/26396399
Secular Learning in Anglo-Saxon England: Exploring the Vernacular, ed. László Sándor Chardonnens and Bryan Carella, Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik, Band 69 84.2 (2015), 370- DOI:10.2307/26396561
Leaders of the Anglo-Saxon Church: From Bede to Stigand, ed. Alexander R. Rumble, Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 12 84.2 (2015), 375- DOI:10.2307/26396561
Peter Dendle, Demon Possession in Anglo-Saxon England 85.2 (2016), 381- DOI:10.2307/26396399
The Material Culture of the Built Environment in the Anglo-Saxon World, ed. Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Vol. II of The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World, Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe 86.2 (2017), 403- DOI:10.2307/26396442
Review Articles
Cyril Hart Some recent editions of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles 66.2 (1997), 293-301 DOI:10.2307/43630068


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