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Sammelwerk  Source of wisdom: Old English and early medieval Latin studies in honour of Thomas D. Hill
Wright, Charles D.Biggs, Frederick M.Hall, Thomas Nelson [Hrsg.]. - Toronto [u.a.] (2007)


In Reihe: Toronto old English series / 16
Deskriptoren: Amerika Frühmittelalter Festschriften Altenglisch Latinistik Biggs, Frederick M. (20. Jh.) Wright, Charles D. (1954-)
Sprache: Englisch
Kurztitel: Studies Thomas D. Hill
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Inhalt

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Preface • S. ix-xx

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Beasts of Battle, South and North
Harris, Joseph C.. • S. 3-25

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The Fates of Men in "Beowulf"
Morey, James H.. • S. 26-51

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Folio 179 of the "Beowulf" Manuscript
Biggs, Frederick M.. • S. 52-62

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Trinitarian Language: Augustine, "The Dream of the Rood", and Aelfric
Earl, James W.. • S. 63-79

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The Leaps of Christ and "The Dream of the Rood"
Marchand, James W.. • S. 80-89

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'Du eart se weallstan': Architectural Metaphor and Christological Imagery in the Old English "Christ I" and the Book of Kells
Kramer, Johanna. • S. 90-112

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Remembering in Circles: "The Wife's Lament", "Conversatio", and the Community of Memory
Shimomura, Sachi. • S. 113-129

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A Word to the Wise: Thinking, Knowledge, and Wisdom in "The Wanderer"
Sheppard, Alice Juanita. • S. 130-146

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Alfred's Nero
Szarmach, Paul E.. • S. 147-167

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The 'Remigian' Glosses on Boethius's "Consolatio Philosophiae" in Context
Wittig, Joseph S.. • S. 168-200

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Why Ditch the "Dialogues"? Reclaiming an invisible text
Johnson, David F.. • S. 201-216

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Hagiography and Violence: Military Men in Aelfric's "Lives of Saints"
Whatley, E. Gordon. • S. 217-238

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A New Latin Source for Two Old English Homilies (Fadda I and Blickling): Pseudo-Augustine, "Sermo" App.125, and the Ideology of Chastity in the Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Reform
Wright, Charles D.. • S. 239-265

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Christ's Birth through Mary's Right Breast: An Echo of Carolingian Heresy in the Old English "Adrian and Ritheus"
Hall, Thomas Nelson. • S. 266-292

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The Peterborough Chronicle and the Invention of 'Holding Court' in Twelfth-Century England
Galloway, Andrew Scott. • S. 293-310

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Echoes of Old English Alliterative Collocations in Middle English Alliterative Proverbs
Deskis, Susan E.. • S. 311-328

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Bede's Style: A Neglected Historiographical Model for the Style of the "Historia Ecclesiastica"?
Shanzer, Danuta R.. • S. 329-352

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Crux-busting on the Danube: "uel Coniectanea in" Cosmographiam Aethici, "ut dicitur"", Istri
Herren, Michael W.. • S. 353-369

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The "Revelationes" of Pseudo-Methodius and Scriptural Study at Salisbury in the Eleventh Century
Twomey, Michael W.. • S. 370-386

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Publications of Thomas D. Hill
Hill, Thomas D.. • S. 387-398