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Collection of Essays  Names, Places and People: An Onomastic Miscellany in Memory of John McNeal Dodgson
Rumble, Alexander R.Mills, Anthony David [Publ.]. - Stamford (1997)


Descriptors: England Festschriften Rumble, Alexander R. (1946-)
Language: English
Short Title: Miscellany John McNeal Dodgson
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Bibliography of the writings of John McNeal Dodgson
Dodgson, John McNeal. Rumble, Alexander R. [Ed.]. • p. xxvi-xxx

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John McNeal Dodgson: a personal memoir
Mills, Anthony David. • p. xiv, xxv

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Three notes on the St Petersburg Bede
Arngart, Olof S.. • p. 1-7

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"The land between Ribble and Mersey" in the early tenth century
Atkin, Mary A.. • p. 8-18

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The Danish element in the minor and field-names of Yarborough Wapentake, Lincolnshire
Cameron, Kenneth. • p. 19-25

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The plural of singular -ing: an alternative application of Old English -ingas
Coates, Richard. • p. 26-49

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The use of Middle English castel in the names of medieval town-houses
Cox, Barrie Herbert. • p. 50-54

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A funeral monument
Fell, Christine E.. • p. 55-76

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Scandinavians in Cheshire: a reassessment of the onomastic evidence
Fellows-Jensen, Gillian. • p. 77-92

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The hunting of the snor
Gelling, Margaret. • p. 93-95

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Shapes in the landscape: some words
Grundy, LynneRoberts, Jane. • p. 96-110

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The location of the burh of Wigingamere - a reappraisal
Haslam, Jeremy. • p. 111-130

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Souterscales - a Furness Abbey estate in Lonsdale
Higham, Mary C.. • p. 131-143

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The context of Brunanburh
Higham, Nicholas J.. • p. 144-156

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An Anglo-Saxon beacon system
Hill, DavidSharp, Sheila M.. • p. 157-165

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The survival of pre-Conquest place-names (mostly minor) in Worcestershire
Hooke, Della. • p. 166-181

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A Scandinavian personal name in Wales
Insley, John. • p. 182-185

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The voicing of initial fricatives revisited
Kristensson, Gillis. • p. 186-194

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Hundred meeting-places in the Cambridge region
Meaney, Audrey L.. • p. 195-240

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Three difficult English place-names reconsidered
Mills, Anthony David. • p. 241-246

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The Dee at Chester and Aberdeen: thoughts on rivers and divinities
Nicolaisen, Wilhelm Fritz Hermann. • p. 247-253

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Roads and Romans in south-east Lindsey: the placename evidence
Owen, Arthur Ernest Bion. • p. 254-268

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Old English place-name elements in Domesday Flintshire
Owen, Hywel Wyn. • p. 270-278

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Locational surnames in fourteenth-century Denbighshire
Padel, Oliver James. • p. 279-300

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Old English winterdun
Page, Raymond I.. • p. 301-306

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Ad Lapidem in Bede and a Mercian martyrdom
Rumble, Alexander R.. • p. 307-319

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Reading a Kentish charter
Sandred, Karl Inge. • p. 320-325

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Æle-/Ele- as a name-form on coins
Smart, Veronica J.. • p. 326-329

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Old English halh, "slightly raised ground isolated by marsh"
Stiles, Patrick V.. • p. 330-344

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"Another Seaborough", "the other Dinnaton": some manorial affixes in Domesday book
Thorn, Frank R.. • p. 345-377

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Middle English utlete
Watts, Victor Ernest. • p. 378-382

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Wigingamere
Dodgson, John McNeal. • p. 383-389