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Eleventh-century Anglo-Saxon illustrated miscellany

British Library.

Eleventh-century Anglo-Saxon illustrated miscellany

British Library Cotton Tiberius B.V part I, together with leaves from British Library Cotton Nero D. II

by British Library.

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Published by Rosenkilde and Bagger, Johns Hopkins University Press in Copenhagen, Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manuscripts, English (Old) -- Facsimiles.

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    Other titlesEleventh century Anglo Saxon illustrated miscellany.
    Statementedited by P. McGurk ... [et al.].
    GenreFacsimiles.
    SeriesEarly English manuscripts in facsimile -- v. 21.
    ContributionsMcGurk, P., British Library.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination108 p., xviii p. of plates, 176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16573428M

    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: P. McGurk, ed. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, Facsimile of British Library, Cotton Tiberius B.V. Our knowledge of Anglo-Saxon England depends wholly on the precise and detailed study of the texts that have come down to us from pre-Conquest times. The present book contains pioneering studies of some of these sources which have been neglected or misunderstood. A comprehensive study of a group of lavish gospelbooks written under the patronage of a late Anglo-Saxon countess, Judith of.

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An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany: British Library Cotton Tiberius B. V Part I, Together with Leaves from British Library Cotton Nero D.

An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany: British Library Cotton Tiberius B. V Part I, together with Leaves from British Library Cotton Nero (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, vol. 21). Edited by P.

McGurk, D. Dumville, M. Godden and Ann Knock. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger; London: Allen &. An eleventh-century Anglo-Saxon illustrated miscellany: British Library Cotton Tiberius B.V. part I: together with leaves from British Library Cotton Nero D.

BOOK REVIEWS An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany: British Library Cotton Tiberius B. V Part I, Together with Leaves from British Library Cotton Nero D. Eleventh-century Anglo-Saxon illustrated miscellany book II Edited by P.

McGurk, D. Dumville, M. Godden, and Ann Knock/Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, vol. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde & Bagger, An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany, Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile, 21, Copenhagen Mcgurk, P, ‘ The metrical calendar of Hampson, a new edition ’, Analecta Bollandiana,79 – The world beyond England was a source of continuing curiosity for the Anglo-Saxons, as is particularly evident in this manuscript, a miscellany of historical, geographical, and astronomical material compiled in Southern England during the second quarter of the 11th century.

75 Regarding these, see An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany. British Library Cotton Tiberius B. V Part I, ed. McGurk, P. et al., EEMF 21 (Copenhagen, ), 40 – 50, pl. 9 (fols. 3–8). The Galba Psalter has more in common with the middle Byzantine portraits of standing saints illustrating saints' feasts in Greek Cited by: This excellent book is a VERY detailed history of the Anglo-Saxon world.

It is up-to-date, beautifully illustrated, scholarly and very well researched. It also shows that there are still many areas of debate where the experts on this period of history disagree amongst by: 6.

This is a listing of illuminated manuscripts produced between and in Anglo-Saxon monasteries, or by Anglo-Saxon scribes or illuminators working in continental scriptoria.

This list includes manuscripts in Latin and manuscripts produced before see the List of Hiberno-Saxon illuminated manuscripts. The invasions during the reign of King Alfred the Great created a. Cambridge Core - English Language and Linguistics: General Interest - The Cambridge History of Early Medieval English Literature - edited by Clare A.

Lees. 7 An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany: ’; see also An Eleventh-Century Miscellany, ed. McGurk, et al., p. The other illuminations do not contain rubrics.

Books Known to the English, p. 65 On the use of etymologies in Old English, Cited by: 5. The definitive discussion on the date of the text is in An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany, ed. McGurk, et al. 57 and 74–5. 5 Hook, W.F., Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 12 vols.

(London, – ) I, Cited by: - Explore mothemelusine's board "Anglo-Saxon Illuminated Manuscripts and Illustrated Texts", followed by people on Pinterest. See more 22 pins. The book presupposes a reasonable understanding of English geography and political boundaries during the Anglo-Saxon period, so other books are necessary to fill that gap.

On the other hand there is simply no other work written which does as good a job in providing a detailed, comprehensive picture of Anglo-Saxon England as this one/5(49). Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile Series. ISSN 'a kind of theological commonplace book '; the later portion, all in Anglo-Saxon, provides a good copy of the Laws of Cnut and Title An Eleventh-century Anglo-Saxon illustrated miscellany: British Library.

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is one of the most important sets of historical documents concerning the history of the British Isles. Without these vital accounts we would have virtually no knowledge of some of the key events in the history of these islands during the dark ages and it would be impossible to write the history of the English from the Romans to the Norman Conquest/5(16).

3 An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany (British Library Cotton Tiberius V. part I), ed. McGurk, D.N. Dumville, M.R. Godden and A. Knock, EEMF 21 (Copenhagen, ), 4 F.

P Magou n Jr, 'A English Pilgrim Diary of the Year ' 2 () MS ; i ts no. DIVThe Anglo-Saxon period, stretching from the fifth to the late eleventh century, begins with the Roman retreat from the Western world and ends with the Norman takeover of England.

Between these epochal events, many of the contours and patterns of English life that would endure for the next millennium were shaped. In this authoritative work, N.

Higham and M. Ryan reexamine Anglo-Saxon. An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany: British Library Cotton Tiberius B. V Part I, Together with Leaves from British Library Cotton Nero Article Oct See P. McGurk (ed.), An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Miscellany, British Library Cotton Tiberius B.v Part 1, Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 21 (Copenhagen, ).

London, British Library, Harley MS ‘A small, battered 14th-century Anglo-Irish manuscript full of ribald and taboo poems and stories holds the key to unlocking a. Publications List for Geoffrey Russom, Professor of English, Brown University Geoffrey Richard Russom, Professor, Department of English, Brown University An Eleventh-Century Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Miscellany, ed.

P. McGurk, D. N. Dumville, M. R. Godden, File Size: KB. 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 Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and : E.

J. Christie.History of the Anglo-Saxons - From the Earliest Period to the Norman Conquest; Second Edition by Thomas Miller CHAPTER I. - THE DAWN OF HISTORY.

Obscurity of early history—Our ancient monuments a mystery—The Welsh Triads—Language of the first inhabitants of Britain unknown—Wonders of the ancient world CHAPTER II. - THE ANCIENT BRITONS/5(19).