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1Artikel  The ‘Northwest Essex Anglo-Saxon Ring', Falconry and Pagan-Christian Discursive Space
Wallis, Robert J.. (2020) - In: Cambridge archaeological journal Bd. 30 (2020) S. 413-432

2Artikel  The Proleptic Fantasy of Anglo-Saxon Crusade in a Manuscript for King Henry VI
Parker, Leah Pope. (2020) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 119 (2020) S. 89-120

3Buchbeitrag  Race and vulnerability: Mongols in thirteenlh-century ethnographic travel writing
Lomuto, Sierra. (2020) - In: Rethinking medieval margins and marginality S. 27-41

4Buchbeitrag  Anglo-Saxon Glosses and Grammar
Lendinara, Patrizia. (2020) - In: The Oxford Handbook of Latin Palaeography S. 943-956

5Buchbeitrag  Entangled Histories, Entangled Chancelleries? Moldavia and the Crimean Khanate between Pax Mongolica and Pax Ottomanica
Wasiucionek, Michal. (2020) - In: From Pax Mongolica to Pax Ottomanica S. 249-269

6Buchbeitrag  The Anglo-Saxon Chapel of St Helen at Malmesbury
Hare, Michael. (2020) - In: Studies Barbara Yorke S. 427-442

7Artikel  Home thoughts of abroad: Ohthere's Voyage in its Anglo-Saxon context
Allport, Ben. (2020) - In: Early medieval Europe Bd. 28 (2020) S. 256-288

8Buchbeitrag  Fortress London: War and the making of an Anglo-Saxon city
Naismith, Rory. (2020) - In: Writing battles. New perspectives on warfare and memory in medieval Europe S. 77-106

9Buchbeitrag  Der Teufel im sächsischen Garten: Loki und eine Jenseitsreise in der altsächsisch-altenglischen Genesis B
North, Richard. (2020) - In: Between the worlds. Contexts, sources, and analogues of Scandinavian otherworld journeys S. 76-114

10Artikel  Medieval long-wall construction on the Mongolian Steppe during the eleventh to thirteenth centuries AD
Shelach-Lavi, GideonWachtel, IdoGolan, DanBatzorig, OtgonjargalAmartuvshin, ChunagEllenblum, RonnieHoneychurch, William. (2020) - In: Antiquity. A quarterly review of archaeology Bd. 94 (2020) S. 724-741

11Artikel  The Middle English Athelston and 1381, Part I: The Politics of Anglo-Saxon Identity
Battles, Dominique. (2020) - In: Studies in philology Bd. 117 (2020) S. 1-39

12Artikel  A Note on a Note. The Inscription in ‘the Leiden Manuscript' of Turkic and Mongolic Glossaries
Saito, Yoshio. (2020) - In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts Bd. 11 (2020) S. 43-52

13Artikel  Honeyed Words and Waxen Tablets: Aldhelm's Bees and the Materiality of Anglo-Saxon Literacy
Weston, Lisa M. C.. (2020) - In: Mediaevalia Bd. 41 (2020) S. 43-69

14Monographie  Mongols in Mamluk eyes: Representing ethnic others in the medieval Middle East
Bent, J. M. C. van den. - [Universiteit Amsterdam] (2020)

15Buchbeitrag  Monasticism, Colonization, and Ethnie Tension in Late Medieval Ireland
Ó Clabaigh, Colmán N.. (2020) - In: The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West 2 S. 901-921

16Buchbeitrag  Andersweltreisen der Kelten in der antiken Literatur: ein kurzer Baedeker
Hofeneder, Andreas. (2020) - In: Between the worlds. Contexts, sources, and analogues of Scandinavian otherworld journeys S. 346-370

17Buchbeitrag  Women in the Anglo-Saxon Missionary Circles
Lifshitz, Felice. (2020) - In: A companion to Boniface S. 68-96

18Buchbeitrag  Catholic Missions in the Golden Horde Territory
Hautala, Roman. (2020) - In: From Pax Mongolica to Pax Ottomanica S. 39-65

19Monographie  Literary research and the Anglo-Saxon and medieval eras: strategies and sources
Booher, Dustin. - Lanham (2020)

20Artikel  What Do We Mean by Anglo-Saxon? Pre-Conquest to the Present
Wilton, David R.. (2020) - In: Journal of English and Germanic Philology Bd. 119 (2020) S. 425-456

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