In 2002, a fragmentary homiliary containing exegetical homilies for the Sundays after Pentecost, came to light. This volume contains a printed edition of this text.
Table of Contents
List of illustrations; 1. St Aldhelm's bees (De uirginitate prosa, cc. iv–vi): some observations on a literary tradition Augustine Casiday; 2. Poetic words, conservatism and the dating of Old English poetry Dennis Cronan; 3. The several compilers of Bald's Leechbook Richard Scott Nokes; 4. Ælfric and late Old English verse Thomas A. Bredehoft; 5. Abbot Leofsige of Mettlach: an English monk in Flanders and Upper Lotharingia in the late tenth century Michael Hare; 6. The Taunton Fragment: a new text from Anglo-Saxon England Mechthild Gretsch; 7. Pre-Conquest manuscripts from Malmesbury Abbey and John Leland's letter to Beatus Rhenanus concerning a lost copy of Tertullian's works James P. Carley and Pierre Petitmengin; 8. A third supplement to Hand-List of Anglo-Saxon Non-Runic Inscriptions Elisabeth Okasha; 9. Bibliography for 2003 Debby Banham, Carole P. Biggam, Mark Blackburn, Carole Hough, Simon Keynes, Paul G. Remley and Rebecca Rushforth.
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