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Collection of Essays  A commodity of good names: essays in honour of Margaret Gelling
Padel, Oliver JamesParsons, David [Publ.]. - Donington (Lincolnshire) (2008)


Descriptors: Great Britain Festschriften Padel, Oliver James (1948-)
Language: English
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Sitting above the salt: the origins of the borough of Droitwich
Bassett, Steven. • p. 3-27

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An early boundary of the dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester
Brooks, Nicholas P.. • p. 28-43

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Place names and pottery
Dyer, Christopher C.. • p. 44-54

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The litigious afterlife of an Anglo-Saxon charter: Wyke Regis, Dorset
Jenkyns, Joy. • p. 55-78

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An early minster at Eynsham, Oxfordshire
Kelly, Susan Elizabeth. • p. 79-85

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Herthig the moneyer and Hearding of Bristol
Smart, Veronica J.. • p. 86-91

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Vagniciacis and Winfield: the survival of a British place-name in Kent
Cullen, Paul. • p. 95-100

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Late Old English "king"
Scragg, Donald G.. • p. 117-122

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Grimston revisited
Fellows-Jensen, Gillian. • p. 125-135

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Freystrop: a sacral Scandinavian place-name in Wales?
Gammeltoft, Peder. • p. 136-146

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Onomastic notes on Cnut's Slavonic connections
Insley, John. • p. 147-153

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Scandinavian women's names in English place-names
Jesch, Judith. • p. 154-162

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Pre-Scandinavian place-names in the Isle of Man
Broderick, George. • p. 165-184

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Letters from the Highlands: a toponym of steep slopes
Fraser, Ian A.. • p. 185-186

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A Cumbric diaspora?
James, Alan G.. • p. 187-203

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Place-names in the northern Marchers of Wales
Morgan, Richard. • p. 204-216

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Some aspects of Manx and (northern) Irish monument names
Muhr, Kay. • p. 217-232

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On river-names in the Scottish landscape
Nicolaisen, Wilhelm Fritz Hermann. • p. 233-238

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Place-names and the landscape of north-east Wales
Owen, Hywel Wyn. • p. 239-249

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The distribution of whin, gorze and furze in English place-names
Cameron, Jean. • p. 253-258

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Three new elements in the minor toponymy of western Lindsey, Lincolnshire
Coates, Richard. • p. 259-269

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Knightrider Street, London
Rumble, Alexander R.. • p. 270-273

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Pilkembare and Pluck in the Craw: verbal place-names in Scotland
Taylor, Simon. • p. 274-285

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Watching for magpies in English place-names
Whaley, Diana Edwards. • p. 286-299

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The site of the battle of Brunanburh: manuscripts and maps, grammar and geography
Cavill, Paul R.. • p. 303-319

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The green chapel
Turville-Petre, Thorlac. • p. 320-329

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Old English fœsten
Baker, John Hamilton. • p. 333-344

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Weg: a waggoner's warning
Cole, Ann. • p. 345-349

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Dimmingsdale
Cox, Barrie Herbert. • p. 350-351

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Butter place-names and transhumance
Fox, Harold S. A.. • p. 352-364

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Early medieval woodland and the place-name term leah
Hooke, Della. • p. 365-376

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Freeford (Staffordshire)
Hough, Carole A.. • p. 377-381

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Fog on the Barrow-Downs?
Kitson, Peter R.. • p. 382-394

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Names and landscapes in medieval Nottinghamshire, with particular attention to Lindrick and lime woods
McClure, Peter. • p. 395-409

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"A hoh! My kingdom for a hoh
Waugh, Doreen J.. • p. 410-415