The Recovery of Old English
Anglo-Saxon Studies in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Edited by Timothy Graham
The eight essays in The Recovery of Old English consider major aspects of the progress of Anglo-Saxon studies from their Tudor beginnings until their coming of age in the second half of the seventeenth century.
List of Figures Preface List of Abbreviations The Study of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the Seventeenth Century and the Establishment of Old English Studies in the Universities by Angelika Lutz John Joscelyn, Pioneer of Old English Lexicography by Timothy Graham The Anglo-Saxon Pantheon According to Richard Verstegen (1605) by Rolf H. Bremmer Jr. William L'Isle and the Editing of Old English by Phillip Pulsiano Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 381: William L'Isle, Aelfric, and the Ancrene Wisse by Stuart Lee The Construction of Structure in the Earliest Editions of Old English Poetry by Danielle Cunniff Plumer The Oracle of His Countrey? William Somner, Gavelkind, and Lexicography in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries by Kathryn A. Lowe That Most Elaborate One of Fr. Junius: An Investigation of Francis Junius's Manuscript Old English Dictionary by Kees Dekker
Timothy Graham is a professor of history at the University of New Mexico and specializes in Anglo-Saxon England, paleography, and codicology. He is the coeditor of Introduction to Manuscript Studies which has become an authoritative textbook on the subject.
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Richard Rawlinson Center Series
- Aedificia Nova - Studies in Honor of Rosemary Cramp
- Anglo-Saxon Books and Their Readers - Essays in Celebration of Helmut Gneuss's Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts
- Eye and Mind - Collected Essays in Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval Art by Robert Deshman
- The Old English Hexateuch - Aspects and Approaches
- The Recovery of Old English - Anglo-Saxon Studies in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
- The Third Gender and Aelfric's Lives of Saints