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1Sammelwerk  Via Crucis: essays on early medieval sources and ideas in memory of J.E. Cross
Hill, Thomas D.Wright, Charles D. [Bearb.]. Hall, Thomas Nelson [Hrsg.]. - Morgantown (2002)

2Sammelwerk  Sources of Anglo-Saxon literary culture: a trial version
Biggs, Frederick M.Hill, Thomas D.Szarmach, Paul E. [Hrsg.]. - Binghamton, NY (1990)

3Sammelwerk  Magister Regis. Studies in Honor of Robert Earl Kaske
Brown, Emerson jr.Mazzotta, Giuseppe F.Hill, Thomas D.Wittig, Joseph S. [Bearb.]. Groos, Arthur [Hrsg.]. - New York, NY (1986)

4Sachtitel  The 'Prose Solomon and Saturn' and 'Adrian and Ritheus' ; Ed. from the British Library manuscripts with commentary
Cross, James E.Hill, Thomas D. [Hrsg.]. - Toronto [u.a.] (1982)

5Artikel  Pearl, Line 761: “Yor Worlde Wete”
Hill, Thomas D.. (2022) - In: Notes and queries Bd. 69 (2022) S. 8-10

6Buchbeitrag  Guthlac as Potential Brigand: GuthlacA lines 114-40
Hill, Thomas D.. (2020) - In: Studies Patrick W. Conner S. 221-226

7Artikel  The Four Modes of Sin and the Cleansing of the Waters: The Fourth Grammatical Treatise, Chapter 21, Stanzas 48 and 50
Hill, Thomas D.. (2020) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 104 (2020) S. 235-243

8Artikel  Primal Vowels and Crying Babies: Bracton's De Legibus and Grammatical Tradition
Hill, Thomas D.. (2020) - In: Notes and queries Bd. 67 (2020) S. 7-12

9Artikel  The Sinless Children of Adam and Eve: Christ and Satan, ll. 469-83
Hill, Thomas D.Wright, Charles D.. (2019) - In: The review of English studies Bd. 70 (2019) S. 1-13

10Artikel  Hrothgar's Speech of Adoption: A Danish-Latin Analog
Hill, Thomas D.. (2019) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 66 (2019) S. 163-166

11Artikel  Topography and Spirituality: ‘In a valey of this restles mynde'
Hill, Thomas D.. (2019) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 66 (2019) S. 357-359

12Artikel  ‘On Fæder Bearme': Beowulf, Line 21
Hill, Thomas D.. (2019) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 66 (2019) S. 2-5

13Artikel  God's "Inquits" and Exegetical Speech Theory in the Middle English Patience
Hill, Thomas D.. (2017) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 116 (2017) S. 182-194

14Artikel  The Agentive Cross: The Dream of the Rood, Lines 35-38
Hill, Thomas D.. (2016) - In: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance history Ser. 3, Bd. 13 (2016) S. ??

15Artikel  Abraham and Sarah as Father and Mother of Israel: Cleanness line 112
Hill, Thomas D.. (2015) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 62 (2015) S. 25-27

16Buchbeitrag  The Weight of Love and the Anglo-Saxon Cold Water Ordeals
Hill, Thomas D.. (2014) - In: Studies Paul Hyams S. 34-53
https://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/GCMS/RMS-2014-03_T._D._Hill,_The_Weight_of_Love_and_the_Anglo-Saxon_Cold_Water_Ordeals.pdf

17Buchbeitrag  Beer, Vomit, Blood and Poetry: Egils saga. Chapters 44-45
Hill, Thomas D.. (2014) - In: New Norse Studies. Essays on the Literature and Culture of Medieval Scandinavia S. 243-254

18Buchbeitrag  Beowulf and Conversion History
Hill, Thomas D.. (2014) - In: The Dating of Beowulf. A Reassessment S. 191-201

19Artikel  Haethcyn, Herebeald, and archery's laws: Beowulf and the Leges Henrici Primi
Hill, Thomas D.. (2012) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 81 (2012) S. 210-221

20Artikel  The Rod of Protection and the Witches' Ride: Christian and Germanic Syncretism in Two Old English Metrical Charms
Hill, Thomas D.. (2012) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 111 (2012) S. 145-168
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_english_and_germanic_philology/v111/111.2.hill.pdf

21Artikel  Chaucer's Parabolic Narrative: The Prologue to the Tale of Melibee, Lines 953-58
Hill, Thomas D.. (2011 - 2012) - In: The Chaucer review Bd. 46 (2011/12) S. 365-370

22Artikel  Killer and Healer: Late Classical Analogues for the Old English Sun Riddle
Hill, Thomas D.. (2011) - In: Philological quarterly Bd. 90 (2011) S. 387-394

23Artikel  The Passio Andreae and The Dream of the Rood
Hill, Thomas D.. (2010) - In: Anglo-Saxon England Bd. 38 (2010) S. 1-10
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=7914740&fulltextType=RA&fileId=S0263675109990068

24Artikel  The Cross as Psychopomp: The Dream of the Rood, Lines 135-44
Hill, Thomas D.. (2010) - In: Anglia Bd. 128 (2010) S. 21-28

25Buchbeitrag  Blowing Blindness in Cleanness (line 885)
Hill, Thomas D.. (2009) - In: FS Winthrop Wetherbee S. 381-389

26Buchbeitrag  The Baby on the Stone: Nativity as Sacrifice (The Old English Christ III 1414-1425)
Hill, Thomas D.. (2008) - In: Studies Paul E. Szarmach S. 69-78

27Artikel  The Conversion of Sibilla in the History of the Holy Rood Tree
Hill, Thomas D.. (2008) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 105 (2008) S. 123-143

28Artikel  Perchta the Belly Slitter and Án hrísmagi: Laxdoela saga cap. 48-49
Hill, Thomas D.. (2007) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 106 (2007) S. 516-523

29Artikel  Beowulf's Roman Rites: Roman Ritual and Germanic Tradition
Hill, Thomas D.. (2007) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 106 (2007) S. 325-335

30Buchbeitrag  Publications of Thomas D. Hill
Hill, Thomas D.. (2007) - In: Studies Thomas D. Hill S. 387-398

31Artikel  God's Tower: Piers Plowman B, Prologue 11-16
Hill, Thomas D.. (2007) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 21 (2007) S. 77-83

32Artikel  "Non nisi uirgam tantum in manu": Sigeberht's Mosaic Aspirations (Bede, Historia Ecclesiastica III, 18)
Hill, Thomas D.. (2006) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 53 (2006) S. 391-394

33Artikel  "When God Whistled for Chickens": Birds and Poverty in Piers Plowman B. 15.462-82
Hill, Thomas D.. (2005) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 19 (2005) S. 45-58

34Buchbeitrag  Adam, 'The firste stocke' and the political context of Chaucer's "Gentilesse"
Hill, Thomas D.. (2005) - In: Essays Emerson Brown S. 145-150

35Buchbeitrag  Wise Words: Old English Sapiential Poetry
Hill, Thomas D.. (2005) - In: Readings in medieval texts. Interpreting old and middle English literature S. 166-182

36Artikel  The 'palmtwigede' pater noster: Horticultural semantics and the old English solomon and saturn
Hill, Thomas D.. (2005) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 74 (2005) S. 1-9

37Artikel  'The longe man ys seld wys': Proverbial Characterization and Langland's Long Will
Hill, Thomas D.Deskis, Susan E.. (2004) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 18 (2004) S. 73-79

38Artikel  The Unchanging Hero: A Stoic Maxim in The Wanderer and Its Contexts
Hill, Thomas D.. (2004) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 101 (2004) S. 233-249

39Artikel  'Quhen Sabot all jugis': Dunbar's 'The Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo' lines 501-502
Hill, Thomas D.. (2004) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 51 (2004) S. 19-20

40Artikel  Consilium et auxilium and the lament for Æschere: a lordship formula in Beowulf
Hill, Thomas D.. (2003) - In: The Haskins Society journal Bd. 12 (2003) S. 71-82

41Buchbeitrag  "Rígsdla": some medieval Christian analogues
Hill, Thomas D.. (2003) - In: The poetic Edda. Essays on Old Norse mythology S. 229-243

42Artikel  The Crowning of Alfred and the Topos of Sapientia et Fortitudo in Asser's Life of King Alfred
Hill, Thomas D.. (2002) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 86 (2002) S. 471-476

43Artikel  Pilate's Visionary Wife and the Innocence of Eve: An Old Saxon Source for the Old English Genesis B
Hill, Thomas D.. (2002) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 101 (2002) S. 170-184

44Artikel  Green and Filial Love: Two Notes on the Russell-Kane C Text: C.8.215 and C.17.48
Hill, Thomas D.. (2002) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 16 (2002) S. 67-83

45Artikel  The Swift Samaritan's Journey: Piers Plowman C XVIII-XIX
Hill, Thomas D.. (2002) - In: Anglia Bd. 120 (2002) S. 184-199

46Buchbeitrag  The Old English Dough Riddle and the Power of Women's Magic: The Traditional Context of Exeter Book Riddle 45
Hill, Thomas D.. (2002) - In: Essays J. E. Cross S. 50-60

47Artikel  The Problem of Synecdochic Flesh: Piers Plowman B.9.49-50
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 15 (2001) S. 213-218

48Artikel  "The ballad of St Stephen and Herod": biblical history and medieval popular religious culture
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 70 (2001) S. 240-249

49Artikel  "When the leader is brave ...": an Old English proverb and its vernacular context
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: Anglia Bd. 119 (2001) S. 232-236

50Artikel  A riddle on the three orders in the "Collectanea Pseudo-Bedae"?
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: Philological quarterly Bd. 80 (2001) S. 205-212

51Buchbeitrag  Sapiential structure and figural narrative in the Old English "Elene"
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: The Cynewulf reader S. 207-228

52Artikel  "Dumb David": Silence and Zeal in Lady Church's Speech, Piers Plowman C.2.30-40
Hill, Thomas D.. (2001) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 15 (2001) S. 203-211

53Artikel  Satan's pratfall and the foot of love: Some pedal images in "Piers Plowman" A, B, and C
Hill, Thomas D.. (2000) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 14 (2000) S. 153-161

54Buchbeitrag  Two Notes on the Old Frisian Fia-Eth,
Hill, Thomas D.. (1998) - In: Approaches to Old Frisian philology S. 169-178

55Buchbeitrag  Art. Wisdom (sapiential) literature
Hill, Thomas D.. (1998) - In: Medieval England. An encyclopedia S. 805-807

56Artikel  The Liber Eliensis "Historical Selections" and the Old English Battle of Maldon
Hill, Thomas D.. (1997) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 96 (1997) S. 1-12

57Artikel  R.E. Kaske, medieval christian literary imagery: a review of reviews
Hill, Thomas D.. (1996) - In: Mediaevalia Bd. 19 (1996) S. 273-298

58Buchbeitrag  Imago Dei: genre, symbolism and Anglo-Saxon hagiography
Hill, Thomas D.. (1996) - In: Holy Men and Holy Women. Old English Prose Saints' Lives and Their Contexts S. 35-50

59Artikel  The wolf doesn't care: the proverbial and traditional context of Layamon's Brut lines 10624-36
Hill, Thomas D.Deskis, Susan E.. (1995) - In: The review of English studies Ser. NS, Bd. 46 (1995) S. 41-48

60Artikel  Guðlaugr Snorrason: the red-faced saint and the refusal of violence
Hill, Thomas D.. (1995) - In: Scandinavian studies Bd. 67 (1995) S. 145-152

61Artikel  The anchor of hope and the sea of this world: Christ II, 850-66
Hill, Thomas D.. (1994) - In: English studies. A journal of English language and literature Bd. 75 (1994) S. 289-292

62Buchbeitrag  The Christian language and theme of "Beowulf"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1994) - In: Companion to Old English Poetry S. 63-77

63Artikel  The genealogy of Galahad and the new age of the world in the Old French prose Queste del Saint Graal
Hill, Thomas D.. (1994) - In: Philological quarterly Bd. 73 (1994) S. 287-297

64Buchbeitrag  Art. "Lilja" (Lily)
Hill, Thomas D.. (1993) - In: Medieval Scandinavia. An encyclopedia S. 391-392

65Artikel  The foreseen wolf and the path of wisdom: proverbial and beast lore in "Atlakvitha"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1993) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 77 (1993) S. 675-678

66Artikel  Tormenting the devil with boiling drops: an apotropaic motif in the Old English Solomon and Saturn I and Old Norse-Icelandic literature.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1993) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 92 (1993) S. 157-166

67Buchbeitrag  Art. "Rígsþula" (the lay of Rígr)
Hill, Thomas D.. (1993) - In: Medieval Scandinavia. An encyclopedia S. 535-536

68Artikel  The cross as symbolic body: an Anglo-Latin liturgical analogue to "The dream of the rood"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1993) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 77 (1993) S. 297-302

69Artikel  The edified Christian: Piers Plowman B.1.90
Hill, Thomas D.. (1992) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 6 (1992) S. 137-140

70Artikel  Delivering the damned in Old English anonymous homilies and Jón Arason's Ljómur
Hill, Thomas D.. (1992) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 61 (1992) S. 75-82

71Artikel  Universal salvation and its literary context in Piers Plowman B.18
Hill, Thomas D.. (1991) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 5 (1991) S. 65-76

72Buchbeitrag  Introduction [Sources of Anglo-Saxon literary culture]
Hill, Thomas D.. (1990) - In: Sources of Anglo-Saxon literary culture. A trial version S. xv-xxix

73Artikel  Beowulf as Seldguma: "Beowulf", lines 247-51
Hill, Thomas D.. (1990) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 74 (1990) S. 637-639

74Artikel  Gestr's 'Prime Sign': Source and Signification in "Norna-Gests páttr"
Harris, Joseph C.Hill, Thomas D.. (1989) - In: Arkiv för nordisk filologi Bd. 104 (1989) S. 103-122

75Artikel  The devil's forms and the pater noster's powers: "The prose Solomon and Saturn "pater noster" dialogue" and the motif of the transformation combat
Hill, Thomas D.. (1988) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 85 (1988) S. 164-176

76Buchbeitrag  Woden as "ninth father": numerical patterning in some Old English royal genealogies
Hill, Thomas D.. (1988) - In: Germania. Comparative Studies in the Old Germanic Languages and Literatures S. 161-174

77Artikel  The variegated obit as an historiographic motif in Old English poetry and Anglo-Latin historical literature
Hill, Thomas D.. (1988) - In: Traditio Bd. 44 (1988) S. 101-124

78Artikel  The myth of the ark-born son of Noe and the West-Saxon royal genealogical tables
Hill, Thomas D.. (1987) - In: The Harvard theological review Bd. 80 (1987) S. 379-383

79Artikel  Seth the "Seeder" in Piers Plowman C.10.249
Hill, Thomas D.. (1987) - In: The yearbook of Langland studies Bd. 1 (1987) S. 105-108

80Artikel  Enide's colored horse and Salernitan color theory
Hill, Thomas D.. (1987) - In: Romania Bd. 108 (1987) S. 523-527

81Artikel  "Mary, the Rose-Bush" and the leaps of Christ
Hill, Thomas D.. (1986) - In: English studies. A journal of English language and literature Bd. 67 (1986) S. 478-482

82Artikel  Odin, Rinda and Thaney, the mother of St. Kentigern
Hill, Thomas D.. (1986) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 55 (1986) S. 230-237

83Artikel  Rigsþula: Some Medieval Christian Analogues
Hill, Thomas D.. (1986) - In: Speculum Bd. 61 (1986) S. 79-89

84Buchbeitrag  Literary history and Old English poetry: the case of Christ I, II, III
Hill, Thomas D.. (1986) - In: Sources of Anglo-Saxon culture S. 3-22

85Buchbeitrag  Scyld Scefing and the "stirps regia": pagan myth and Christian kingship in Beowulf
Hill, Thomas D.. (1986) - In: Studies Robert Earl Kaske S. 37-47

86Artikel  Odin, Rinda, and Thaney, the mother of St. Kentigern.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1985) - In: Old English newsletter Bd. 18, 2 (1985) S. A21

87Artikel  When God blew Satan out of Heaven: the motif of exsufflation in Vercelli Homily XIX and later English literature
Hill, Thomas D.. (1985) - In: Leeds studies in English Ser. NS, Bd. 16 (1985) S. 132-141

88Artikel  The Kingdom of the Father, Son, and Counsellor: "Judgement Day II", 290-300
Hill, Thomas D.. (1985) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 32 (1985) S. 7-8

89Artikel  Satan's injured innocense in Genesis B, 360-362, 390-392: a Gregorian source
Hill, Thomas D.. (1984) - In: English studies. A journal of English language and literature Bd. 65 (1984) S. 289-290

90Artikel  The Middle English lyric "How Christ shall come": an interpretation
Hill, Thomas D.. (1983) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 52 (1983) S. 239-246

91Artikel  Old English poetry and the problem of literary history: the case of Christ I, II and III.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1983) - In: Old English newsletter Bd. 16, 2 (1983) S. 66

92Artikel  The sphragis as apotropaic sign: Andreas 1334-44
Hill, Thomas D.. (1983) - In: Anglia Bd. 101 (1983) S. 147-151

93Artikel  VIII Genitus Homo as a nomen sacrum in the 12th-century Anglo-Latin fever charm
Hill, Thomas D.. (1983) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 30 (1983) S. 487-488

94Artikel  Woden and the pattern of nine: numerical symbolism in some Old English royal genealogies.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1982) - In: Old English newsletter Bd. 15, 2 (1982) S. 41-42

95Artikel  Longinus, Charlemagne, and Oðinn: William of Malmesbury, De Gestis Regum Anglorum II, 135
Hill, Thomas D.. (1982) - In: Saga book of the Viking Society for Northern Research Bd. 21 (1982) S. 80-84

96Artikel  Adam's noon: Paradiso XXVI, 139-142.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1982) - In: Dante studies Bd. 100 (1982) S. 93-97

97Artikel  The Seraphim's Song: the 'Sanctus' in the Old English 'Christ I', Lines 403-415
Hill, Thomas D.. (1982) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 83 (1982) S. 26-30

98Buchbeitrag  The confessions of Beowulf and the structure of Vo; olsunga saga.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1982) - In: The Vikings. Papers from the Cornell Lecture Series S. 165-179

99Artikel  The age of man the world in the old English Guthlac A.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 80 (1981) S. 13-21

100Artikel  The invocation of the Trinity and the tradition of the Loricae in Old English poetry.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Old English newsletter Bd. 14, 2 (1981) S. 27-28

101Artikel  The measure of Hell: Christ and Satan 695-722
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Philological quarterly Bd. 60 (1981) S. 409-414

102Artikel  The First Beginning and the Purest Earth: "Guthlac B", lines 1-14
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 28 (1981) S. 387-389

103Artikel  The evisceration of Bródir in Brennu-Njáls Saga
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Traditio Bd. 37 (1981) S. 437-444

104Artikel  Invocation of the Trinity and the Tradition of the "Lorica" in Old English Poetry
Hill, Thomas D.. (1981) - In: Speculum Bd. 56 (1981) S. 259-267

105Artikel  Bethania, the House of Obedience: The Old English "Christ II", 456-67
Hill, Thomas D.. (1980) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 27 (1980) S. 290-292

106Artikel  Gawain's jesting lie: towards an interpretation of the confessional scene in "Gawain and the Green Knight"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1980) - In: Studia neophilologica Bd. 52 (1980) S. 279-286

107Artikel  The Blood of Elias and the Fire of Doom: a New Analogue for Muspilli, vss. 52 ff.
Groos, ArthurHill, Thomas D.. (1980) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 81 (1980) S. 439-442

108Artikel  Bread and Stone, Again: 'Elene' 611-18
Hill, Thomas D.. (1980) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 81 (1980) S. 252-257

109Buchbeitrag  The virga of Moses and the old English Exodus
Hill, Thomas D.. (1980) - In: Old English Literature in Context. Ten Essays S. 57-65, 165-167

110Artikel  The fool on the bridge: "Can vei la lauzeta mover" stanza 5
Hill, Thomas D.. (1979) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 48 (1979) S. 198-200

111Artikel  The Middle way: idel-wuldor and egesa in the Old English Guthlac A..
Hill, Thomas D.. (1979) - In: The review of English studies Ser. NS, Bd. 30 (1979) S. 182-187

112Artikel  The return of the broken butterfly: "Beowulf", line 163, again
Hill, Thomas D.. (1979) - In: Mediaevalia Bd. 5 (1979) S. 271-281

113Artikel  Christ's "Thre Clothes": "Piers Plowman" C.XI.193
Hill, Thomas D.. (1978) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 25 (1978) S. 200b-203

114Artikel  The Theme of the Cosmological Cross in Two Old English Cattle Theft Charms
Hill, Thomas D.. (1978) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 25 (1978) S. 488-490

115Artikel  "Half-waking, half-sleeping": a tropological motif in a Middle English lyric and its European context.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1978) - In: The review of English studies Ser. NS, Bd. 29 (1978) S. 50-56

116Artikel  Dunbar's giant: "On the Resurrection of Christ", lines 17-24
Hill, Thomas D.. (1978) - In: Anglia Bd. 96 (1978) S. 451-456

117Artikel  The aecerbot charm and its Christian user
Hill, Thomas D.. (1977) - In: Anglo-Saxon England Bd. 6 (1977) S. 213-221

118Artikel  The fall of Satan in the Old English Christ and Satan.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1977) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 76 (1977) S. 315-325

119Artikel  The virga of Moses and the Old English Exodus.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1977) - In: Old English newsletter Bd. 11, 1 (1977) S. 5

120Artikel  A Liturgical Source for "Christ I", 164-213 (Advent Lyric VII)
Hill, Thomas D.. (1977) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 46 (1977) S. 12-15

121Artikel  Drawing the Demon's Sting: A Note on a Traditional Motif in Felix's "Vita Sancti Guthlaci"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1976) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 23 (1976) S. 388-390

122Artikel  Hebrews, Israelites and wicked Jews: an onomastic crux in Andreas 161-167
Hill, Thomas D.. (1976) - In: Traditio Bd. 32 (1976) S. 358-360

123Artikel  Davidic Typology and the Characterization of Christ: "Piers Plowman" B.XIX, 95-103
Hill, Thomas D.. (1976) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 23 (1976) S. 291-294

124Artikel  The "Syrwarena Lond" and the Itinerary of the Phoenix: A Note on Typological Allusion in the Old English "Phoenix"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1976) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 23 (1976) S. 482c-484

125Artikel  Parody and Theme in the Middle English "Land of Cokaygne"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1975) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 22 (1975) S. 55-59

126Artikel  A Liturgical Allusion in "Piers Plowman" B. XVI: 88: Filius, bi the Fader wille - and frenesse of Spiritus Sancti
Hill, Thomas D.. (1975) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 22 (1975) S. 531-532

127Artikel  The typology of the week and the numerical structure of the Old English Guthlac B.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1975) - In: Mediaeval Studies Bd. 37 (1975) S. 531-536

128Buchbeitrag  The Fall of Angels and Man in the Old English Genesis B
Hill, Thomas D.. (1975) - In: Essays John C. McGalliard S. 279-290

129Artikel  Narcissus, Pygmalion, and the castration of Saturn: two mythographical themes in the "Roman de la Rose"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1974) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 71 (1974) S. 404-426

130Artikel  Two Notes on Exegetical Allusion in Langland: 'Piers Plowman' B, I, 115-124 and XI, 161-167
Hill, Thomas D.. (1974) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 75 (1974) S. 92-97

131Artikel  The "Fyrst Fyrhðbana: Old English Exodus, 399
Hill, Thomas D.. (1974) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 21 (1974) S. 204-205

132Artikel  The light that blew the saints to heaven: Piers Plowman B, V. 495-503
Hill, Thomas D.. (1973) - In: The review of English studies Ser. NS, Bd. 24 (1973) S. 444-449

133Artikel  Vision and Judgement in the Old English "Christ III"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1973) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 70 (1973) S. 233-242

134Artikel  Satan's Fiery Speech: "Christ and Satan" 78-9
Hill, Thomas D.. (1972) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 19 (1972) S. 2c-4

135Artikel  Cosmic Stasis and the Birth of Christ: the Old English Descent into Hell, Lines 99-106.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1972) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 71 (1972) S. 382-389

136Artikel  Notes on the Imagery and Structure of the Old English "Christ I"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1972) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 19 (1972) S. 84-89

137Artikel  The Old World, the Levelling of the Earth, and the Burning of the Sea: Three Eschatological Images in the Old English "Christ III"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1972) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 19 (1972) S. 323-325

138Artikel  Two Notes on Solomon on Saturn
Hill, Thomas D.. (1971) - In: Medium aevum Bd. 40 (1971) S. 217-221

139Artikel  Sapiential structure and figural narrative in the Old English "Elene"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1971) - In: Traditio Bd. 27 (1971) S. 159-177

140Artikel  Hwyrftum scri[gamma]a: Beowulf, line 163
Hill, Thomas D.. (1971) - In: Mediaeval Studies Bd. 33 (1971) S. 379-381

141Artikel  Further Notes on the Eschatology of the Old English 'Christ III'
Hill, Thomas D.. (1971) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 72 (1971) S. 691-698

142Artikel  The Falling Leaf and Buried Treasure: Two Notes on the Imagery of 'Solomon and Saturn'
Hill, Thomas D.. (1970) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 71 (1970) S. 571-575

143Artikel  Number and pattern in Lilja.
Hill, Thomas D.. (1970) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 69 (1970) S. 561-567

144Artikel  History and heroic ethic in Maldon
Hill, Thomas D.. (1970) - In: Neophilologus Bd. 54 (1970) S. 291-296

145Artikel  "Byrht word" and "Hélendes heafod": cristological allusion in the Old English "Christ and Satan"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1970) - In: English language notes Bd. 8, 1 (1970) S. 6-9

146Artikel  Notes on the Old English "Maxims" I and II
Hill, Thomas D.. (1970) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 17 (1970) S. 445b-447

147Artikel  Some remarks on "The Site of Lucifer's Throne"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Anglia Bd. 87 (1969) S. 303-311

148Artikel  Punishment According to the Joints of the Body, Again
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 16 (1969) S. 246a-246

149Artikel  Angelic Movement in Bede's "Historia Ecclesiastica", IV, 3
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 16 (1969) S. 44-45

150Artikel  Apocryphal cosmography and the Stream Uton Sea: a note on Christ and Satan, lines 4-12
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Philological quarterly Bd. 48 (1969) S. 550-554

151Artikel  "Fiat Lux" and the Generation of the Son: "Christ I", 214-48
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 16 (1969) S. 246b-248

152Artikel  Notes on the Eschatology of the Old English 'Christ III'
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 70 (1969) S. 672-678

153Artikel  Eve's ligh answer: Lilja, stanzas 16-17
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Mediaeval Scandinavia Bd. 2 (1969) S. 129-131

154Artikel  The Seven Joys of Heaven in "Christ III" and Old English Homiletic Texts
Hill, Thomas D.. (1969) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 16 (1969) S. 165-166

155Artikel  The Hypocritical Bee in the Old English "Homiletic Fragment I", lines 18-30
Hill, Thomas D.. (1968) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 15 (1968) S. 123a-123

156Artikel  An Irish-Latin Analogue for the Blessing of the Sods in the Old English Aecer-bot Charm
Hill, Thomas D.. (1968) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 15 (1968) S. 362c-363

157Artikel  Punishment According to the Joints of the Body in the Old English "Soul and Body II"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1968) - In: Notes and queries Ser. NS, Bd. 15 (1968) S. 409b-410

158Artikel  The Tropological Context of Heat and Cold Imagery in Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Hill, Thomas D.. (1968) - In: Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Bd. 69 (1968) S. 522-532

159Artikel  Dante's palm: "Purgatorio" XXII: 130-135
Hill, Thomas D.. (1967) - In: Modern language notes Bd. 82 (1967) S. 103-105

160Artikel  La Vieille's digression on free love: a note on rhetorical structure in the "romance of the rose"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1966) - In: Romance notes Bd. 8 (1966) S. 113-115

161Artikel  Two Notes on Patristic Allusion in "Andreas"
Hill, Thomas D.. (1966) - In: Anglia Bd. 84 (1966) S. 156-162

162Artikel  A note on "flamenca", line 2294
Hill, Thomas D.. (1965) - In: Romance notes Bd. 7 (1965) S. 80-82

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Nachname beginnt mit 'Zg': zg

Nachname beginnt mit 'Kucz': kucz

Nachname beginnt mit 'Kucz' und Vorname mit "A": kucz*, a

Nachname beginnt mit 'Ku' und Vorname 'Andreas': ku*andreas

Vorname 'Fumiko': *fumiko

Varianten von 'de Lacroix': *de*la*cro*

Varianten von 'Mayboom': m__b__m

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