I’m happy to publicly launch Þæt Eald-Ænglisce Blog on Scribd! Over the past few months I have slowly been building up the collection on the account – and I give a big thanks to Medievalists.net who unwittingly helped me in this endeavor. Now that there are over a hundred documents (103 as of this exact moment), the moment seems ripe to make the entire collection accessible. Click to visit the Old English Blog – Scribd!
- RT @PeritiaEditors: Nov 24: St Cianán of Daimliac (Duleek in #Meath), which means stone church. Many early Irish churches were wooden. http… fram 1 day ago
- RT @PietaGreaves: 2 @staffshoard pommels caps to brighten up this cold and dark evening. Amazing designs on both. https://t.co/L3A6FmEkVS fram 2 days ago
- RT @OEWisdom: Domgeorne dreorigne oft in hyra breostcofan bindað fæste. Those eager for glory often bind sorrowful thoughts fast within th… fram 2 days ago
- RT @ClerkofOxford: St Clement (whose feast is today), a Kent church, and the vision of an Anglo-Saxon earl: aclerkofoxford.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/st-cle… https:/… fram 2 days ago
- RT @ClerkofOxford: The Presentation of the Virgin Mary in the temple, traditionally celebrated on 21 November (BL Egerton 2781, f.10): http… fram 4 days ago
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