PLOtW’s Bibliography for the Parker Chronicle

The bibliography in this article is listed chronologically instead of alphabetically. They have 240 references listed. I have included links on the reference number for some of the references. The majority of them are not available online. This article reflects their bibliography from June 2nd, 2020. Any additions to the bibliography after this date are not included. An abbreviation for century is “c.”.

There are 8 references (seven 20th c., one 21st c.) that have “Parker Chronicle” in the title: [42], [44], [45], [54], [78], [161], [164], [199].

There are 4 (20th c.) references that have “Parker Manuscript” in the title: [38], [41], [83], [88].

There are 5 references (four 20th c., one 21st c.) that have “Parker Library” in the title: [75], [110], [126], [155], [188].

There are 10 references (two 18th, one 19th, six 20th, one 21st) that have “Parker” in the title that are not mentioned above: [7], [9], [22], [35], [86], [99], [142], [159], [160], [213].

There are 27 references that have “Parker” in the title out of the total collection of 240 references. Those 27 make up about 11% of the total collection.

Out of the 27 references that have “Parker” in the title:
18th century – 2.
19th c. – 1.
20th c. – 21.
21st c. – 3.

References per Century



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^Parker Chronicle. Early 1900s.
^Parker Manuscript. Around 1850.
^Parker Library. c.1825.


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[1] – Lambarde, W. 1568. Archaionomia, Sive De Priscis Anglorum Legibus Libri, Sermone Anglico, Vetustate Antiquisimo, Aliquot Ab Hinc Seculis Conscripti, Nunc Demum, Magno Jurisperitonum, Et Amantium Antquitatis Omnium Commodo, Ètenebris in Lucem Vocati. London. 

[2] – James, T. 1600. Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis, Tributa in Libros Duos; Quorum Prior Continet Catalogum Confusum Librorum Manuscriptorum in Illustrissimis Bibliothecis, Duarum Florentissimarum Academiarum, Oxoniae Et Cantabrigiae. Posterior, Catalogum Eorundem Distinctum Et Dispositum Secundum Quatuor Facultates, Obseruato Tam in Nominibus, Quam in Operibus Ipsis, Alphabetico Literarum Ordine. London.

[3] – Spelman, H. 1639. Concilia, Decreta, Leges, Constitutiones in Re Ecclesiarum Orbis Britannici. Vol. I. London.

[4] – Wanley, H. 1705. Librorum Vett. Septentrionalium, Qui in Angliae Bibliothecis Extant, Nec Non Multorum Vett. Codd. Septentrionalium Alibi Extantium Catalogus Historico-Criticus. Oxford. 

[5] – Johnson, J. 1720. A Collection of All the Ecclesiastical Laws, Canons, Answers, Or Rescripts With Other Memorials Concerning the Government, Discipline and Worship of the Church of England from Its First Foundation to the Conquest, That Have Hitherto Been Publish’d in the Latin and Saxonix Tongues. Vol. 1. London.

[6] – Wilkins, D. 1721. Leges Anglo-Saxonicae Ecclesiasticae Et Civiles. London.

[7] – Stanley, W. 1722. Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Bibliotheca Collegii Corporis Christi in Cantabrigia: Quos Legauit Matthaeus Parkerus Archiepiscopus Cantuariensis. London.

[8] – Wilkins, D. 1737. Concilia Magnae Britanniae Et Hiberniae, a Synodo Verolamiensi A.D. 446 Ad Londiensam A.D. 1716. Accedunt Constitutiones Et Alia Ad Historiam Ecclesiae Anglicanae Spectantia. Vol. I. London.

[9] – Nasmith, J. 1777. Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum Quos Collegio Corporis Christi Et B. Mariæ Virginis in Academia Cantabrigiensi Legauit Reverendissimus Matthæus Parker, Archiepiscopus Cantuariensis. Cambridge.

[10] – Knight, C. 1841. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Vol. 20. London.

[11] – Migne, J.-P. 1845. Patrologiae Cursus Completus, Sive Bibliotheca Universalis … Omnium S.S. Patrum, Doctorum, Scriptorumque Ecclesiasticorum Qui Ab Aevo Apostolico Ad Innocentii III Tempora Floruerunt … Series Prima. S. Felicis II, Papae, Faustini, Marcellini, S. Damasi, Papae, Theodosii Magni, Pacati, Filocali, Sylvii, S. Vigili Tridentini, Luciferi Calaritani, S. Paciani, Hilariani, S. Siricii, Papae. Tomus Unicus. Vol. 13. Patrologia Latina. Paris.

[12] – Johnson, J. 1850. A Collection of All the Ecclesiastical Laws, Canons, Answers, Or Rescripts With Other Memorials Concerning the Government, Discipline and Worship of the Church of England from Its First Foundation to the Conquest, That Have Hitherto Been Publish’d in the Latin and Saxonix Tongues. Vol. 1. London.

[13] – Harland, J. 1861. Mamecestre. Vol. 1. Cheshire.

[14] – Hardy, T. D. 1862. Descriptive Catalogue of Materials Relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the End of the Reign of Henry VII. Vol. I.II. Rolls Series. London.

[15] – Haddan, A. W., and W. Stubbs. 1873. Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents Relating to Great Britain and Ireland. Vol. 2, pt. 1. Oxford.

[16] – Zangemeister, K. F. W. 1877. Bericht Uber Die Im Auftrage Der Kirchenvater-Commission Unternommene Durchforschung Der Bibliotheken Englands. Vol. LXXXIV. Sitzungsberichte Der Phil.-Hist. Classe Der k. Akad. Der Wiss. Besonders Abgedruckt. Vienna.

[17] – Skeat, W. W. 1884. Notes on English Etymology. Philological Society. London.

[18] – Huemer, J. 1885. Sedulius; Opera Omnia Recens. Et Commentario Critico Instruxit Iohannes Huemer. Vol. X. Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum. Vienna.

[19] – Lewis, S. S. 1891. “The Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.” The Library. The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 1-3 (January): 121–25.

[20] – Plummer, C. 1892. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Volume I, Text and Glossary. Vol. I. Oxford.

[21] – Stokes, H. P. 1898. Corpus Christi. London.

[22] – James, M. R. 1899. The Sources of Archbishop Parker’s Collection of MSS at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with a Reprint of the Catalogue of Thomas Markaunt’s Library. Vol. 32. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Octavo Publications. Cambridge.

[23] – Howorth, H. H. 1900. “Notes on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.” The English Historical Review 15: 748–54.

[24] – James, M. R. 1903. The Ancient Libraries of Canterbury and Dover: The Catalogues of the Libraries of Christ Church Priory and St Augustine’s Abbey at Canterbury and of St Martin’s Priory at Dover. Now First Collected and Published with an Introduction and Identifications of the Extant Remains. Cambridge.

[25] – Liebermann, F. 1903. Die Gesetze Der Angelsachsen. Vol. I. Halle.

[26] – Schenkl, H. 1905. Bibliotheca Patrum Latinorum Britannica. Vol. III pt. 3. Vienna.

[27] – Skeat, W. W. 1907. “On the Survival of Anglo-Saxon Names as Modern Surnames.” Transactions of the Philological Society 22: 57–85. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-968X.1907.tb00508.x.

[28] – Bishop, E., and F. A. Gasquet. 1908. The Bosworth Psalter: an Account of a Manuscript Formerly Belonging to O. Turville-Petre Esq. of Bosworth Hall. London.

[29] – James, M. R. 1912. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Corpus Christi College Cambridge, Vol. I. Vol. I. Cambridge.

[30] – Davis, H. W. C. 1913. “The Anglo-Saxon Laws.” The English Historical Review 28: 417–30.

[31] – Lindsay, W. M. 1915. Notae Latinae. Cambridge.

[32] – Hunt, W. 1919. “Review of The Saxon Bishops of Wells; A Historical Study in the Tenth Century by J. Armitage Robinson.” The English Historical Review 34: 249–51.

[33] – Butler, G. 1920. Guide to an Exhibition of Historical Authorities Illustrative of British History, Compiled from the Manuscripts of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Cambridge.

[34] – Attenborough, F. L. 1922. The Laws of the Earliest English Kings. Cambridge.

[35] – Pearce, E. C. 1925. “Mathew Parker.” The Library. The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 6: 209–28.

[36] – Hodgkin, R. H. 1935. A History of the Anglo-Saxons. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

[37] – Lowe, E. 1935. Codices Latini Antiquiores, II: Great Britain and Ireland. Oxford.

[38] – Magoun, F. P. 1935. “Territorial, Place-, and River-Names in the Old-English Chronicle, A-Text (Parker MS.).” Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature 18: 69–111.

[39] – Meritt, H. 1936. “Old English Sedulius Glosses.” The American Journal of Philology 57: 140–50.

[40] – Manton, G. R. 1939. “The Cambridge Manuscript of Sedulius’s _Carmen Paschale_.” The Journal of Theological Studies 40: 365–70. https://doi.org/10.1093/jts/os-XL.4.365.

[41] – Angus, W. S. 1941. “The Eighth Scribe’s Dates in the Parker Manuscript of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.” Medium Aevum 10: 130–49.

[42] -Flower, R., and H. Smith. 1941. The Parker Chronicle and Laws (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS. 173). A Facsimile. Vol. o.s. 208. Early English Text Society. London.

[43] – Dobbie, E. V. K. 1942. The Anglo-Saxon Minor Poems. Vol. 6. Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records. London.

[44] – Ker, N. R. 1942. “Review of The Parker Chronicle and Laws, a Facsimile.” Medium Aevum 11: 115–17.

[45] – Whitelock, D. 1942. “Review of The Parker Chronicle and Laws (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS. 173). A Facsimile by Robin Flower; Hugh Smith.” The English Historical Review 57: 120–22. 

[46] -Meritt, H. D. 1945. Old English Glosses: a Collection. New York.

[47] -Wainwright, F. T. 1945. “The Chronology of the ’Mercian Register.’” The English Historical Review 60: 385–92.

[48] -Wainwright, F. T. 1950. “Cledemutha.” The English Historical Review 65: 203–12.

[49] – Dickins, B. 1952. The Genealogical Preface to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Four Texts Edited to Supplement Earle-Plummer. Vol. 2. Occasional Papers Printed for the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Cambridge. Cambridge: Printed for the Department of Anglo-Saxon.

[50] – Tselos, D. 1952. “Unique Portraits of the Evangelists in an English Gospel-Book of the Twelfth Century.” The Art Bulletin 34: 257–77.

[51] -Wilson, R. M. 1952. The Lost Literature of Medieval England. London.

[52] – Burchfield, R. W. 1953. “A Source of Scribal Error in Early Middle English Manuscripts.” Medium Aevum 22: 10–17.

[53] – Kaiser, R. 1954. Alt- Und Mittelenglische Anthologie. Berlin.

[54] – Vaughan, R. 1954. “The Chronology of the Parker Chronicle, 890-970.” The English Historical Review 69: 59–66.

[55] – Ker, N. R. 1957. Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon. Oxford.

[56] – Lehiste, I. 1958. “Names of Scandinavians in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.” PMLA 73: 6–22.

[57] – Wright, C. E. 1958. “The Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries and the Formation of the Cottonian Library.” In The English Library Before 1700, edited by C. E. Wright, 176–212. London: Athlone.

[58] – Walther, H. 1959. Initia Carminum Ac Versuum Medii Aevi Posteriosis Latinorum. Vol. I. Carmina Medii Aevi Posterioris Latina. Göttingen.

[59] – Bishop, T. A. M. 1964. “An Early Example of the Square Minuscule.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 4: 246–52.

[60] – Ker, N. R. 1964. Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: a List of Surviving Books. 2nd ed. Vol. 3. Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks. London.

[61] – Morrell, M. C. 1965. A Manual of Old English Biblical Materials. Knoxville.

[62] – Page, R. I. 1965. “Anglo-Saxon Episcopal Lists: Parts I and II.” Nottingham Mediaeval Studies 9: 71–95.

[63] – Page, R. I. 1966. “Anglo-Saxon Episcopal Lists, Part III.” Nottingham Mediaeval Studies 10: 71–95.

[64] – Anglo-Saxon and Other Manuscripts. Catalogue of an Exhibition in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. 1966. Cambridge.

[65] – Bennett, M. B. 1967. The Libraries of Cambridge. Palm Springs, California: Welwood Murray Memorial Library.

[66] – Kivimaa, K. 1967. Þe and Þat as Clause Connectives in Early Middle English with Especial Consideration of the Emergence of the Pleonastic Þat. Helsinki.

[67] – Gneuss, H. 1968. Hymnar Und Hymnen Im Englischen Mittelalter. Studien Zur Überlieferung, Glossierung Und Übersetzung Lateinischer Hymnen in England. Tübingen.

[68] -Bateson, F. W. 1969. The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Vol. 1.

[69] – Edwards, M. 1970. A Summary of the Literatures of Modern Europe (England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain) from the Origins to 1400. London.

[70] – Clark, C. 1971. “The Narrative Mode of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle before the Conquest.” In England before the Conquest, edited by P. Clemoes, 215–35. Cambridge.

[71] – Davis, R. H. C. 1971. “Alfred the Great: Propaganda and Truth.” History 56: 169–82. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-229X.1971.tb02016.x.

[72] – McKisack, M. 1971. Medieval History in the Tudor Age. Oxford.

[73] – Shores, D. L. 1971. A Descriptive Syntax of the Peterborough Chronicle from 1122 to 1154. The Hague.

[74] – Shores, D. L. 1971. “Morphosyntactic Relations in the ‘Peterborough Chronicle’ 1122-1154.” English Studies 52: 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1080/00138387108597406.

[75] – Dickins, B. 1972. “The Making of the Parker Library.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 6: 19–34.

[76] – Lowe, A. E. 1972. Codices Latini Antiquiores, II: Great Britain and Ireland (2nd Edn.). Oxford.

[77] – Cameron, A. 1973. “A List of Old English Texts.” In A Plan for the Dictionary of Old English, edited by R. Frank and A. Cameron, 25–306. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

[78] – Flower, R., and H. Smith. 1973. The Parker Chronicle and Laws (Corpus Christi College MS. 173). A Facsimile. Vol. o.s. 208. Early English Text Society.

[79] – O’Donovan, M. A. 1973. “An Interim Revision of Episcopal Dates for the Province of Canterbury, 850-950: Part II.” Anglo-Saxon England 2: 91–113. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100000363.

[80] – Page, R. I. 1973. “Anglo-Saxon Scratched Glosses in a Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Manuscript.” In Otium Et Negotium, 209–15. Stockholm.

[81] – Page, R. I. 1973. “Anglo-Saxon Texts in Early Modern Transcripts.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 6: 69–85.

[82] – Robinson, F. C. 1973. “Syntactical Glosses in Latin Manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon Provenance.” Speculum 48: 443–75.

[83] – Schulz, M. R. 1973. “A Case Grammar of the Parker Manuscript of the _Anglo-Saxon Chronicle_ from 734 to 891.” PhD thesis, University of Southern California.

[84] – Grant, R. J. S. 1974. “Laurence Nowell’s Transcript of BM Cotton Otho B. Xi.” Anglo-Saxon England 3: 111–24. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100000624.

[85] – Watson, G. 1974. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Vol. 1. Cambridge.

[86] – Page, R. I. 1975. Matthew Parker and His Treasures: Handlist of Exhibits. Cambridge: University Library.

[87] – Dumville, D. N. 1976. “The Anglian Collection of Royal Genealogies and Regnal Lists.” Anglo-Saxon England 5: 23–50. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100000764.

[88] – Parkes, M. B. 1976. “The Palaeography of the Parker Manuscript of the Chronicle, Laws and Sedulius and Historiography at Winchester in the Late Ninth and Tenth Centuries.” Anglo-Saxon England 5: 149–71. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100000831.

[89] – Temple, E. 1976. Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts, 900-1066. Vol. 2. Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles. London.

[90] – Gibson, M. 1978. Lanfranc of Bec. Oxford.

[91] – Whitelock, D. 1978. The Importance of the Battle of Edington, A.D. 878: a Lecture given at the Annual Meeting of the Friends of Edington Priory Church, August 27th, 1977. Edington.

[92] – Page, R. I. 1979. “More Old English Scratched Glosses.” Anglia 97: 27–45.

[93] – Whitelock, D. 1979. English Historical Documents c. 500-1042. Edited by D. Douglas. 2nd ed. English Historical Documents. London.

[94] – Bately, J. 1980. “The Compilation of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 66 BC to AD 890: Vocabulary as Evidence.” Proceedings of the British Academy 64: 93–129.

[95] – Gneuss, H. 1980. “A Preliminary List of Manuscripts Written or Owned in England up to 1100.” Anglo-Saxon England 9: 1–60. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100001101.

[96] – Korhammer, M. 1980. “Mittelalterliche Konstruktionshilfen Und Altenglische Wortstellung.” Scriptorium 34: 18–58.

[97] – McTurk, R. W. 1980. “‘Cynewulf and Cyneheard’ and the Icelandic Sagas.” Leeds Studies in English 12 (January): 81–12.

[98] – Kotzor, G. 1981. Das Altenglische Martyrologium. Vol. Neue Folge 88. Bayerische Akademie Der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse, Abhandlungen.

[99] – Page, R. I. 1981. “The Parker Register and Matthew Parker’s Anglo-Saxon MSS.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 8: 1–17.

[100] – Sims-Williams, P. 1981. “Milred of Worcester’s Collection of Latin Epigrams and Its Continental Counterparts.” Anglo-Saxon England 10: 21–38. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100003185.

[101] – Torkar, R. 1981. Eine Altenglische Übersetzung Von Alcuins De Virtutibus Et Vitiis, Kap. 20 (Liebermanns Judex): Untersuchungen Und Textausgabe Mit Einem Anhang: Die Gesetze II Und V Aethelstan Nach Otho B.xi Und Add. 43703. Munich.

[102] – Watson, G. 1981. The Shorter New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Cambridge.

[103] – Whitelock, D., M. Brett, and C. N. L. Brooke. 1981. Councils and Synods with Other Documents Relating to the English Church I A.D. 871-1204: Part I 871-1066. Vol. I. Oxford.

[104] – Whitelock, D., M. Brett, and C. N. L. Brooke. 1981. Councils and Synods with Other Documents Relating to the English Church I A.D. 871-1204: Part II 1066-1204. Vol. II. Oxford.

[105] – Davis, R. H. C. 1982. “Alfred and Guthrum’s Frontier.” The English Historical Review 97: 803–10.

[106] – Page, R. I. 1982. “The Study of Latin Texts in Late Anglo-Saxon England [2]: the Evidence of English Glosses.” In Latin and the Vernacular Languages in Early Medieval Britain, edited by N. P. Brooks, 141–65. Leicester: Leicester University Press.

[107] – Hart, C. 1983. “The Early Section of the Worcester Chronicle.” Journal of Medieval History 9: 251–314. https://doi.org/10.1016/0304-4181(83)90010-6.

[108] – Parkes, M. B. 1983. “A Fragment of an Early-Tenth-Century Anglo-Saxon Manuscript and Its Significance.” Anglo-Saxon England 12: 129–40. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100003379.

[109] – Baker, P. S. 1984. “A Little-Known Variant Text of the Old English Metrical Psalms.” Speculum 59: 263–81.

[110] – Cheney, C. R. 1984. The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary Cambridge: An Exhibition in the Parker Library, July 1984. Cambridge: Corpus Christi College.

[111] – Lutz, A. 1984. “Spellings of the Waldend Group – Again.” Anglo-Saxon England 13: 51–64. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100003513.

[112] – Bately, J. M. 1985. “Linguistic Evidence as a Guide to the Authorship of Old English Verse: a Reappraisal, with Special Reference to _Beowulf_.” In Learning and Literature in Anglo-Saxon England: Studies Presented to Peter Clemoes on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, edited by M. Lapidge and H. Gneuss, 409–31. Cambridge.

[113] – Dumville, D. N., and M. Lapidge. 1985. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Volume 17: The Annals of St. Neots with ’Vita Prima Sancti Neoti.’ Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

[114] – Keynes, S. 1985. “King Athelstan’s Books.” In Learning and Literature in Anglo-Saxon England: Studies Presented to Peter Clemoes on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, edited by M. Lapidge and H. Gneuss, 143–201. Cambridge.

[115] – Wieland, G. R. 1985. “The Glossed Manuscript: Classbook or Library Book?” Anglo-Saxon England 14: 153–74. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100001320.

[116] – Wilkins, N. 1985. Conservation: an Exhibition of Problems and Materials. Cambridge.

[117] – Bately, J. M. 1986. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Volume 3: MS A. A Semi-Diplomatic Edition with Introduction and Indices. Cambridge.

[118] – Dumville, D. N. 1986. “The West-Saxon Genealogical Regnal-List: Manuscripts and Texts.” Anglia 104: 1–32.

[119] – Irvine, M. 1986. “Bede the Grammarian and the Scope of Grammatical Studies in Eighth-Century Northumbria.” Anglo-Saxon England 15: 15–44. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100003677.

[120] – Meaney, A. L. 1986. “St Neots, Æthelweard and the Compilation of the _Anglo-Saxon Chronicle_: a Survey.” In Studies in Earlier Old English Prose: Sixteen Original Contributions, edited by Paul E. Szarmach, 193–43. Albany, NY.

[121] – Richards, M. P. 1986. “The Manuscript Contexts of the Old English Laws.” In Studies in Earlier Old English Prose, edited by P. E. Szarmach, 171–92. Albany.

[122] – Dumville, D. N. 1987. “English Square Minuscule Script: the Background and Earliest Phases.” Anglo-Saxon England 16: 147–79. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100003884.

[123] – O’Brien O’Keeffe, K. 1987. “Orality and the Developing Text of Caedmon’s Hymn.” Speculum 62: 1–20.

[124] – Bately, J. M. 1988. “Manuscript Layout and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 70: 21–43.

[125] – Bately, J. M. 1988. “Old English Prose Before and During the Reign of King Alfred.” Anglo-Saxon England 17: 93–138. https://doi.org/10.1017/S026367510000404X.

[126] – Cheney, C. R. 1988. “The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary Cambridge: an Exhibition in the Parker Library.” In Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Medieval Canon Law (Cambridge, 23-27 July 1984), edited by P. Linehan, 8:liii–lxiii. Monumenta Iuris Canonici. Vatican City: Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana.

[127] – Dumville, D. N. 1988. “Beowulf Come Lately: Some Notes on the Palaeography of the Nowell Codex.” Archiv Für Das Studium Der Neueren Sprachen Und Literaturen 255: 49–63.

[128] – Morrish, J. 1988. “Dated and Datable Manuscripts Copied in England during the Ninth Century: a Preliminary List.” Mediaeval Studies 50: 512–38.

[129] – Robinson, P. 1988. Catalogue of Dated and Datable Manuscripts C.737-1600 in Cambridge Libraries. Cambridge.

[130] – Muir, B. J. 1989. Leod: Six Old English Poems – a Handbook. New York and London.

[131] – Pelteret, D. A. E. 1990. Catalogue of English Post-Conquest Vernacular Documents. Woodbridge.

[132] – Ella, R. E. O. 1991. Four Anglian Kings of Northumbria, or: Four Yorkshire Anglo-Saxon Crowns. [R. Ella].

[133] – Rouse, R. H., M. A. Rouse, and R. A. B. Mynors. 1991. Registrum Anglie De Libris Doctorum Et Auctorum Veterum. Vol. 2. Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues. London.

[134] – Bately, J. M. 1992. “John Joscelyn and the Laws of the Anglo-Saxon Kings.” In Words, Texts and Manuscripts. Studies in Anglo-Saxon Culture Presented to Helmut Gneuss on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, edited by M. Korhammer, K. Reichl, and H. Sauer, 435–66. Woodbridge.

[135] – Dumville, D. N. 1992. Wessex and England from Alfred to Edgar: Six Essays in Political, Cultural and Ecclesiastical Revival. Woodbridge.

[136] – Gameson, R. 1992. “The Decoration of the Tanner Bede.” Anglo-Saxon England 21: 115–59. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100004191.

[137] – Keynes, S. 1992. “The Comet in the Eadwine Psalter.” In The Eadwine Psalter; Text, Image, and Monastic Culture in Twelfth-Century Canterbury, edited by M. Gibson, T. A. Heslop, and R. W. Pfaff, 157–64. London.

[138] – Keynes, S. 1992. “The Fonthill Letter.” In Words, Texts and Manuscripts: Studies in Anglo-Saxon Culture Presented to Helmut Gneuss on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, edited by M. Korhammer, 53–97. Woodbridge.

[139] – Page, R. I. 1992. “On the Feasibility of a Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Glosses : the View from the Library.” In Anglo-Saxon Glossography, edited by R. Derolez, 79–95. Brussels.

[140] – Conner, P. W. 1993. Anglo-Saxon Exeter: a Tenth-Century Cultural History. Woodbridge.

[141] – Dumville, D. N. 1993. English Caroline Script and Monastic History: Studies in Benedictinism, A.D. 950-1030. Woodbridge.

[142] – Page, R. I. 1993. Matthew Parker and His Books. Kalamazoo, MI.

[143] – Dumville, D. N. 1994. “English Square Minuscule Script: the Mid-Century Phases.” Anglo-Saxon England 23: 133–64. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100004518.

[144] – Gretsch, M. 1994. “The Language of the ‘Fonthill Letter.’” Anglo-Saxon England 23: 57–102. https://doi.org/10.1017/S026367510000449X.

[145] – Orton, P. 1994. “On the Transmission and Phonology of the Battle of Brunanburh.” Leeds Studies in English 25: 1–27.

[146] – Rumble, A. 1994. “Palaeography and the Editing of Old English Texts.” In The Editing of Old English: Papers from the 1990 Manchester Conference, edited by D. G. Scragg and P. E. Szarmach, 39–43. Cambridge.

[147] – Rusche, P. G. 1994. “Dry-Point Glosses to Aldhelm’s _De Laudibus uirginitatis_ in Beinecke 401.” Anglo-Saxon England 23: 195–213. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675100004531.

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