|Author:||C. R. Hart,Cyril Hart,Byrhtferth|
|Title:||Byrhtferth's Northumbrian Chronicle: An Edition And Translation of the Old English And Latin Annals (the Early Chronicles of England) (v. 2)|
|Format:||rtf lrf docx lit|
|ePUB size:||1408 kb|
|FB2 size:||1949 kb|
|DJVU size:||1103 kb|
|Publisher:||Edwin Mellen Pr; illustrated edition edition (April 24, 2006)|
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The early charters of Essex, (University of Leicester. Department of English local history. Occasional papers, first series, no. 10). by C. R Hart. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
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The Early Chronicles of England 2. Edwin Mellen Press, 2006. 27 Check date values in: year (help). Reprinted in Studies in Medieval History presented to R. H. C. Davis, ed. Henry Mayr-Harting and R. I. Moore. London: Hambledon Press, 1985.
Personal Name: Ethelred II,, King of England, 968?-1016 Early works to 1800. Uniform Title: Anglo-Saxon chronicle Manuscripts. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
Edwin Mellen Press, c2006. Physical description. cxxxix, 194 p. : maps, facsims. tables ; 24 cm. Series. Early chronicles of England ; v. 3. Online. The work covers a wide range of early English, Carolingian and Norman history, with repercussions on our interpretation of many original sources of the period. source: Nielsen Book Data)9780773450527. The early chronicles of England ; v. ISBN.
The work covers a wide range of early English, Carolingian and Norman history, with repercussions on our interpretation of many original sources of the period. Library descriptions.
23 Byrhtferth uses a similar formula in Old English: ‘We byddað þa boceras and þa getydde weras, þe þas þing fulfremedlice cunnon, þæt heom hefelice ne þincen þas þing þe we medomlice iungum cnihtum gesettað and sendað’ (Ench, p. 32). 24 Ed. Plummer 1, 37. I am grateful to him for supplying me with a transcript of his text. 78 There is some exploration of this subject by Hart, C. in ‘Byrhtferth's Northumbrian Chronicle’, EHR forthcoming.