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Abbott R. 'Some recently discovered Anglo-Saxon carvings at Breedon on the Hill', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, xxxix, 20-23 1963-4.

Åberg N. The Anglo-Saxons in England, Uppsala: n.p., 1926.

Addleshaw G. W. O. The beginnings of the parochial system, York: St Anthony's Hall Publications, 1959 2nd ed.

_____. The pastoral organisation of the modern diocese of Durham and Newcastle in the time of Bede , Jarrow: Jarrow Lecture, 1963.

Addyman P. V. 'A Dark-Age settlement at Maxey, Northants, Medieval Archaeology, viii, 20-73, 1964.

_____. 'Late Saxon settlements in the St Neots area: I. The Saxon settlement and Norman castle at Eaton Socon, Bedfordshire', Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, lviii, 38-73, 1965.

_____. 'Late Saxon settlements in the St Neots area: II. The Little Paxton settlement and enclosures', Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, lxii, 59-93, 1969.

_____. 'The Anglo-Saxon house: a new review', Anglo-Saxon England, i, 273-307, 1972.

_____. 'Late Saxon settlements in the St Neots area: III. The village or township at St Neots', Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, lxiv, 45-100, 1972a.

_____. 'Anglo-Saxon houses at Chalton, Hampshire', Medieval Archaeology, xvi, 13-31, 1972b.

_____. 'Saxon Southampton: a town and international port of the 8th to the 10th century', Vor- und Frühformen der europäischen Stadt im Mittelalter, ed. H. Jankuhn, W. Schlesinger and H. Steuer. Göttingen (Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften: philologisch-historische Klasse, 3 Folge, Nr. 83), 218 -28, 1973a.

Baker, GP. The Fighting Kings of Wessex. n.l.: Combined Books, 1996.

Bede; trans. J. McClure and R. Collins. The Ecclesiastical History of the English People. n.l.: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Binchy, D.A. Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Kingship. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970.

Blair, PH. Anglo-Saxon England: An Introduction. New York: Barnes and Noble Books, 1996.

Brondstead, J. Early English Ornament, the Sources, Development, and Relation to Foreign Styles of Pre-Norman Ornamental Art in England. London, UK: Hachette Pub., 1924.

Brooke, C. From Alfred to Henry III, 871-1272.

Brown, D. Anglo-Saxon England.

Bruce-Mitford, Rupert L. S. The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: A Handbook. London, UK: British Museum Publications, 1979. (ISBN 0 7141 1343 3)

_____. The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial, Vols 1-3. London, UK: British Museum Publications, 1975, 1978, 1983.

_____. 'Saxon Rendlesham', Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology, xxiv, 228-51, 1948.

_____. 'A Dark-Age settlement at Mawgan Porth, Cornwall', Recent archaeological excavations in Britain, ed. R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford, London, 167-96, 1956.

_____. 'Late Saxon disc-brooches', Dark-Age Britain, London, 171-201, 1956a.

_____. 'The art of the Codex Amiatinus', The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 3rd series, xxxii, 1-25, 1969.

_____. 'The Sutton Hoo helmet: a new reconstruction', The British Museum Quarterly, xxxvi, 120-30, 1972a.

_____. Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology. London: n.p., 1974.

Campbell, James, ed. The Anglo-Saxons. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1991.

_____. 'Norwich', Historic towns, ii , ed. M. D. Lobel. London: n.p., 1975.

Carver, MOH, ed. Sutton Hoo Research Committee Bulletins, 1983-1993. n.l.: Boydell Press, 1993.

Chambers, R.W. Beowulf, An Introduction to the Study of the Poem.

Chickering, Howell D., Jr, tr. Beowulf. Garden City: Anchor Books, 1977.

Clemoes, Peter. The Anglo-Saxons. London: Cambridge, 1959.

_____. Anglo Saxon England. Cambridge: n.p., 1972. (ISBN 0-521-08557-8)

_____ and K. Hughes. England before the Conquest: Studies in primary sources presented to Dorothy Whitelock Cambridge: n.p., 1971.

Crossley-Holland, Kevin, ed. and trans. The Anglo-Saxon World. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell Press, 1982.

Davidson, Hilda Roderick Ellis. The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford.: Boydell Press, 1962.

Dickinson, Tania. 'New perspectives on Dorchester-on-Thames: theories and facts', Council for British Archaeology: Regional Group 9 Newsletter, iii, 5--6, 1973.

_____ and Heinrich Härke. "Early Anglo-Saxon Shields" in Archaeologia 110, The Society of Antiquaries of London, 1992.

_____. Cuddesdon and Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire: two early Saxon 'princely' sites in Wessex, Oxford (British Archaeological Reports, i), 1974.

Dodwell C. R, ed. Theophilus: the various arts. London: n.p., 1961.

Dolley, R.H.M., ed. Anglo-Saxon Coins. London: n.p., 1961.

_____. 'The sack of Wilton in 1003 and the chronology of the "Long Cross" and "Helmet" types of Æthelræd II', Nordisk Numismatisk Unions Medlemsblad, 152-6, l954a.

_____. 'The so-called Piedforts of Alfred the Great', Numismatic Chronicle, cxiv, 76-95, 1954b.

_____. 'Contemporary forgeries of late Saxon pence', British Numismatic Journal, xxviii, i, 185-9, 1955.

_____. 'An unpublished Irish hoard of "St Peter" pence', Numismatic Chronicle, cxvii, 123-32, 1957.

_____. 'Some reflections on Hildebrand type A of Æthelræd II'. Antikvariskt Arkiv, ix, 1958a.

_____. 'The Morley St Peter treasure trove', The Numismatic Circular, lxvi, 113-114, 1958b.

_____. 'An unpublished Chester penny of Harthacnut found at Caerwent', Numismatic Chronicle, cxx, 191-3, 1960.

_____. 'Coin hoards from the London area as evidence for the pre-eminence of London in the later Saxon period', Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, xx, pt 2, 37-50, 1960a.

_____. 'A hoard of Anglo-Saxon pennies from Sicily', Numismatic Chronicle, cxxi, 151-61, 1961a.

_____. 'The degree of contriction of the ethnic as an index of relative date in the case of "Long Cross" pennies of Æthelræd II', The Numismatic Circular, lxix, 241-2, 1961b.

_____. Anglo-Saxon pennies, London, 1964.

_____. Viking coins of the Danelaw and of Dublin. London, 1965.

_____. The Hiberno-Norse coins in the British Museum. London, 1966a.

_____. The Norman conquest and the English coinage. London, 1966b.

_____. 'The location of the pre-Ælfredian mint(s) of Wessex', Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society, xxvii, 57-61, 1970.

_____. 'The mythical Norman element in the 1882 Bishophill (York) find of Anglo-Saxon coins', Yorkshire Philosophical Society Annual Report 1971, 88-101, 1971.

_____. 'Some evidence for the date of the Crux coins of Æthelred II', Anglo-Saxon England, ii, 145-154, 1973a.

_____. 'Nogle danske efterligninger af irsk-nordiske penninge', Nordisk Numismatisk Unions Medlemsblad, 1973, 93-9, 1973b.

_____ and Blunt C. H. 'The chronology of the coins of Ælfred the Great, 871- 899', p. 77-95 Anglo-Saxon coins, ed. R. H. M. Dolley. London, n.p., 1961.

_____ and ELMORE JONES F. (1955-7). 'The mints "Aet Gothabyrig" and "Aet Sith(m)estebyrig" ', British Numismatic Journal, xxvii, 270-82.

_____ . 'The transition between the "Hand of Providence" and "Crux" types of Æthelræd II', Commentationes de Nummis Saeculorum ix-xi in Suecia Repertis, i (ed. N. L. Rasmusson and L. O. Lagerqvist), Stockholm, 1961.

_____ and Metcalf D. M. 'Two stray finds from St Albans of coins of Offa and of Charlemagne', British Numismatic Journal, xxviii, iii, 459-66, 1957.

_____. 'The reform of the English coinage under Eadgar', Anglo-Saxon coins (ed. R. H. M. Dolley), London, 136-68, 1961.

_____ and Pirie E. J. E. 'The repercussions on Chester's prosperity of the Viking descent on Wirral in 980', British Numismatic Journal, xxxiii, 394, 1964.

_____ and Skaare K. (1961). 'The coinage of Æthelwulf, king of the West Saxons', Anglo-Saxon coins (ed. R. H. M. Dolley), London, 63-76.

Evison, Vera I. The 5th Century Invasion South of the Thames. London: U. of London, the Athlone Press, 1965.

Fell, Christine. Women in Anglo-Saxon England and the Impact of 1066. London: British Museum, 1984.

Fisher, DJV. The Anglo-Saxon Age c. 400-1042. New York: Barnes and Noble Books, (1973).

Fletcher, R. Who's Who in Roman Britain and Anglo-Saxon England. (Vol.1 of Who's Who in British History.) n.l.: Shepheard-Walwyn Publishing, 1989.

Givan, Ritchie. Beowulf and the Seventh Century. n.l.: Methuen, n.d.

Hagen, Ann. A Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Food, Processing and Consumption. Middlesex, UK: Anglo-Saxon Books, 1992.

_____. A Second Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Food and Drink: Production and Distribution. Middlesex, UK: Anglo-Saxon Books, 1995.

Head, V. Hereward. n.l.: Sutton Publishing, 1995.

Helm, P.J. Alfred the Great.

Hieatt, Constance B. Essentials of Old English. n.l.: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1968. (LC 68-13382)

Hill, David. An Atlas of Anglo Saxon England. Oxford: Basin Blackwell, n.d.

Hodgkin, R.H. A History of the Anglo-Saxons, I-II. London: Oxford University Press, 1952.

Jessup, Ronald. Anglo Saxon Jewellry. London: Faber and Faber Ltd., n.d.

Jones, Martin. England Before Doomsday. n.l.: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986.

Keynes, Simon and Michael Lapidge (trans.). Alfred the Great (Asser's Life of King Alfred). Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1988.

Knapp, George Philip. The Anglo Saxon Poetic Records, Vols 1-6. n.l.: Columbia U. Press, 1931.

Laing, Lloyd and Jennifer. Anglo-Saxon England. London, UK: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979. New York: George Braziller Inc.,1977. (ISBN 0 7100 01113 4)

Leeds, E. Thurlow. The Architecture of the Anglo Saxon Settlements. London, UK: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Malone, Kemp, ed. The Thorkelin transcripts of Beowulf in facsimile. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1951. (091.08 Ea761 v.1)

Myres, J.N.L. Anglo Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England. London, UK: Oxford University Press, 1969.

Nordenfalk, Carl. Celtic and Anglo Saxon Painting. New York: George Braziller Inc., 1977.

Owen, Gale. Rites and Religions of the Anglo-Saxons. New York: Dorset Press, 1985.

Owen-Crocker, Gale R. Dress in Anglo-Saxon England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1986. (ISBN 0-7190-1818-8, LC 85-23186)

The primary work on Anglo-saxon dress.

Page, Raymond Ian. Life in Anglo-Saxon England. London, UK: Batsford, 1970. (ISBN: 0713414618)

_____. Anglo-Saxon Aptitudes: an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Cambridge on 6 March 1985 New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. (ISBN: 0521313880)

_____; T. Hofstra, L.A.J.R. Houwen, and A.A. MacDonald, ed. "Pagans and Christians: the interplay between Christian Latin and traditional Germanic cultures in early medieval Europe" in Proceedings of the Second Germania Latina Conference held at the University of Groningen, May 1992 Groningen: Egbert Forsten, c1995) (Contents include: "Anglo-Saxon Paganism: the Evidence of Bede" by R.I. Page ISBN: 9069800764)

Quenell, Marjorie and C.H.B. Everyday Life in Roman and Anglo-Saxon Times. New York: Dorset Press, 1959. (ISBN 0-88029-125-7)

_____. Everyday Life in Anglo Saxon Times. (the above?)

Savage, Ann The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles. London, UK: Phoebe Phillips/Heinemann,1982.

Skaare, Kolbjorn. Anglo-Saxon coins in the history of British coinage and in Norwegian Viking age finds. n.l.: Viking, 1963

Southworth, E., ed. "Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries: A Reappraisal." in Proceedings of a Conference Held at Liverpool Museum, 1986. n.l.: Sutton Publishing, 1990.

Stenton, F.M. Anglo-Saxon England. London: Oxford University Press, 1971.

Swanton, Michael, ed. Anglo Saxon Prose. Totowa, NJ.: Rowman and Littlefield, 1975

Walker, IJ. Harold: The Last Anglo-Saxon King. n.l.: Sutton Publishing, 1997.

Webb, J.F. (trans). The Age of Bede. New York: Penguin, 1988.

Welch, Martin Discovering Anglo-Saxon England. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993.

Whitelock, Dorothy Beginnings of English Society. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1952.

Wilson, David M. Anglo Saxon Art; From the Seventh Century to the Norman Conquest. Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press, 1984.

_____, ed. Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, 700-1100, in the British Museum. London, UK.: n.p., 1964.

Wood, Michael. Domesday: A Search for the Roots of England. London, UK: BBC Books,1986.

Wright, PP Hastings. n.l.: Windrush Press, 1996.


Bennett, J.A.W. "Beginnings of Runic Studies in England, The" in The Saga-Book of the Viking Society for Northern Research, 1950-1 (1946-53).

Berolez, R. Runica Manuscripta: The English Tradition. Brugge: n.p., 1954.

Blomfield, J. "Runes and the Gothic Alphabet" in The Saga-Book of the Viking Society for Northern Research, 1941-42 (1937-45)

Blunt, C.E.; ed. by R.H.M. Dolley "Coinage of Offa, The" in Anglo-Saxon Coins., pp. 39-62, London, UK: n.p., 1961.

Bonser, W. "Survivals of Paganism in Anglo-Saxon England" in Trans. Birmingham Archaeological Society, 1932.

_____. An Anglo-Saxon and Celtic Bibliography (450-1087). n.l.: Oxford, 1957.

Branston, B. The Lost Gods of England. n.l.: n.p., 1957.

Brown, G. Baldwin. The Arts in Early England. n.l.: n.p., 1903-37.

Bruce-Mitford, R.L.S. "Late Saxon Disc-Brooches" in Dark Age Britain, Studies presented to E.T. Leeds. n.l.: n.p., 1956.

Chadwick, H.M. "Early Inscriptions in the North of England" in Trans. Yorkshire Dialect Society, 1901.

Collingwood, W.G. Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age. London: n.p., 1927.

_____. "Rune-inscribed Anglian Cross-shaft at Urswick Church" in Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Arch. Soc., 1911.

Cramp, R. "Name-stone from Monkwearmouth, A" in Archaeologia Aeliana, 4th ser. XLII., 1964.

Dickens, Bruce. "English Names and Old Heathenism" in Essays and Studies n.l.: n.p., 1934.

_____. "A System of Transliteration for Old English Runic Inscriptions." in Leeds Studies in English. n.l.: n.p. 1932.

_____. "Runic Rings and Old English Charms" in Archiv. stud. neueren sprachen. n.l.: n.p., 1936.

_____. "The epa Coins." in Leeds Studies in English. n.l.: n.p., 1932.

_____ and A.S.C. Ross. "The Alnmouth Cross." in J. English and Germanic Philology, 1940.

_____; ed. by C.F. Battiscombe. The Relics of Saint Cuthbert. n.l.: n.p., 1956.

_____. Runic and Heroic Poems of the Old Teutonic Peoples. Cambridge, Engl.: Cambridge University Press, 1915.

Diringer, David. The Alphabet. n.l.: n.p., 1968.

Elliott, Ralph W.V. "Runic Fragment at Leek, A" in Medieval Archaeology VIII, 1964.

_____. Runes, An Introduction. New York: Philosophical Library, 1959.

Not satisfactory for Scand. runes; deals with N. Italian theory.

_____. "Two Neglected English Runic Inscriptions: Gilton and Overchurch" in Melanges de Linguistique et de Philologie. n.l.: n.p., 1959.

_____. "Cynewulf's Runes in Juliana and Fates of the Apostles" in English Studies. n.l.: n.p., 1953.

_____. "Cynewulf's Runes in Christ II and Elene" in English Studies. n.l.: n.p., 1953.

_____. "Runes, Yews and Magic" in Speculum, 1957.

_____. "Runes in the Husband's Message, The" in J. English and Germanic Philology, 1955.

Evison, V.I. Antiquaries Journal XL, 1960.

_____. "The Dover Rune Brooch." in Antiquaries Journal XLIV, 1964.

_____. "The Dover Ring-sword and other Sword-rings and Beads." in Archaeologia CI, 1967.

Forbes, M.D. and B. Dickins. "Inscriptions of the Ruthwell and Bewcastle Crosses and the Bridekirk Font" in Burlington Mag. XXV, 1960.

Grattan, J.H.G. and S. Singer. Anglo-Saxon Magic and Medicine. n.l.: n.p., 1952.

Hall, G.R. "Notes on a Pre-Conquest Memorial Stone from Birtley, and Fragments of Crosses from Falston, North Tynedale" in Archaeol. AEliana n.l.: n.p., 1889.

Hawkes, S.C. and R.I. Page. "Swords and Runes in South-east England" in Antiquaries Journal XLVII, 1967.

Hermannsson, H. Catalogue of Runic Literature. n.l.: Oxford, 1918. (Anglo-Saxon Series, v. 1, ed. by R.S. Poole)

Kemble, J.M. "The Runes of the Anglo-Saxons." in (On Anglo-Saxon Runes) Archaeologia. n.l.: n.p., 1840.

Lyon, C.S.S. "A Reappraisal of the Sceatta and Styca Coinage of Northumbria." in British Numismatic Journal , XXVIII, pp 2, 227-42, 1957 (6?).

_____. and B.H.I.H. Stewart. "The Coinage of Southern England, 796-840." in British Numismatic Journal, XXXII, 1964.

Napier, A.S. "The Franks Casket" in An English Miscellany presented to Dr. Furnivall..., n.l.: n.p., 1901.

Olsen, M. "Notes on the Urswick Inscription" in Norsk tidsskrift for sprogvidenskap, 1930.

Pagan, H.E. "A New Type for Beonna." in British Numismatic Journal XXXVII,, n.l.: n.p., 1968.

_____. "Northumbrian numismatic chronology in the ninth century" in British Numismatic Journal, XXXVIII, p. 1-15, n.l.: n.p., 1969.

Page, R.I. An Introduction to English Runes. London: Methuen, 1973. (ISBN: 0416662307)

Very good for english runes. Have seen criticisms of his phonetics, but arguments were not very good.

_____.; David M. Wilson, ed. "The Inscriptions", pp 67-90 in Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, 700-1100, in the British Museum. London, Engl.: n.p., 1964.

_____. "Language and Dating in OE Inscriptions" in Anglia, 1959.

_____. Proc. Hampshire Field Club XXVI, 1969.

_____. "Anglo-Saxon Runes and Magic" in Journal British Archaeol. Ass. 3rd ser. XXVII, 1964.

_____. "The Bewcastle Cross." in Nottingham Med. Stud. IV, 1960.

_____. Archaeologia Cantiana LXXXII, 1967.

_____. "Runic Solidas of Schweindorf, Ostfreistland, and Related Runic Solidas" in Medieval Archaeology XII 1968

_____. "Ralph Thoresby's Runic Coins" in British Numismatic Journal XXXVII, 1968.

_____. "The Use of Double Runes in Old English Inscriptions." in J. of English and Germanic Philology, 1962.

_____. "The Old English Rune ear." in Medium AEvum XXX, 1961.

_____. "A Note on the Translation of Old Runic Inscription." in English Studies XLIII. n.l.: n.p., 1962.

_____. "The Old English Rune eoh, ih." in Medium AEvum XXXVIII, 1968.

_____; D.A. Pearsall and R.A. Waldron eds. "Runes and Non-runes" in Medieval Literature Civilization. London, Engl.: n.p., 1969.

_____. Runes and Runic Inscriptions: collected essays on Anglo-Saxon and Viking Runes. Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 1995. (ISBN: 0850053879)

_____. Whitby Literature and Phil. Society Annual Report, 1966.

Peers, Charles, Sir and C.A.R. Radford. "The Saxon Monastery of Whitby." in Archaeologia, LXXXIX, p27-28, 1943.

Radford, C.A.R. and G. Donaldson. Whithorn and Kirkmadrine Wigtownshire. London, UK: n.p., 1957.

Storms, G. Anglo-Saxon Magic. n.l.: n.p., 1948.

Sutherland, C.H.V. Anglo-Saxon Gold Coinage in the Light of the Crondall Hoard. London: Oxford University Press, 1948.

Sweet, H. Oldest English Texts. n.l.: The Early English Text Society O.S., 1885.

Willet, F. "The Ruthwell and Bewcastle Crosses" in Mem. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., XCVIII, 1957.

Wilson, David M.; ed. by P. Clemoes. "A Group of Anglo-Saxon Amulet Rings" in The Anglo-Saxons. n.l.: n.p., 1959.

Wrenn, C.L.; ed. by J.B. Bessinger and R.P. Ereed. "Some Earliest Anglo-Saxon Cult Symbols" in Medieval and Linguistic Studies in honor of F.M. Magounedd. n.l.: n.p. 1965.

Yorks, W.R. and D.H. Haigh. "On the Fragments of Crosses Discovered at Leeds in 1838", in Proc. Geological and Polytechnic Soc., III 1849-59.

See also Norse Runic Bibliography.

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