The Vercelli Book



  1. ^ Blume 88
  2. ^ Treharne.
  3. ^ Krapp, Georg Philip (1902). "The First Transcript of the Vercelli Book". Modern Language Notes 17 (6): 171–72. doi:10.2307/2917925. JSTOR 2917925. 
  4. ^ Muinzer, L. A. (1957). "Maier's Transcript and the Conclusion of Cynewulf's "Fates of the Apostles"". Journal of English and Germanic Philology 56 (4): 570–87. JSTOR 27706994. 
  5. ^ Förster, Max (1913). "Der Vercelli-Codex CXVII nebst Abdruck einiger altenglischer Homilien der Handschrift". Festschrift für Lorenz Morsbach. Studien zur englischen Philologie 1. Halle. pp. 59–61. 
  6. ^ a b Gradon 7-9.

Reference bibliography

  • Critical Edition: Krapp, George Phillip, ed. (1932). Vercelli book. New York: Columbia University Press. OCLC 635743. 
  • Blume, Friedrich (1824). Iter Italicum. Berlin: Nicolaischen Buchhandlung. Retrieved 24 November 2014. 
  • Gradon, Pamela Olive Elisabeth; Swanton, M. J., eds. (1996). Cynewulf's "Elene". Exeter: University of Exeter Press. ISBN 9780859895088. 
  • Kemble, John Mitchell (1843). The poetry of the Codex Vercellensis. Aelfric Society 14. London. OL 3021761W. 
  • Lapidge, Michael (1999). The Blackwell encyclopedia of Anglo Saxon England. Blackwell Publishers. ISBN 9780631155652. 
  • Scragg, Donald George; Early English Text Society (1992). The Vercelli homilies and related texts. Oxford University. ISBN 0-19-722302-8. 
  • Treharne, Elaine (2000). Old and Middle English: an anthology. Blackwell Publishers. ISBN 0-631-20465-2. 
  • Zacher, Samantha; Orchard, Andy, eds. (2009). New readings in the Vercelli book. Toronto Anglo-Saxon Series. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ISBN 9780802098696. 

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