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Category Archives: Bōc-Cræft (Literature)
Recently at the twitter feed I received a message from Kevin Clark, composer, regarding an interesting piece of work. The work is a short film adaptation of a cello piece Kevin wrote for the cellist Rachel Gawell to use as musical accompaniment to her dramatic … Continue reading
There are, of course, quite a number of universities, colleges, institutions, clubs, societies, organizations where you can learn the history, language, culture, etc. of the Anglo-Saxons and Norse. Right now, as it turns out, many universities are posting their course … Continue reading
I just lucked upon a collection of downloadable .pdf versions of books on various Anglo-Saxon topics. Language and Literature: The Anglo-Saxon Library The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: MS E Old English: a Linguistic Introduction Art: The industrial Arts of the Anglo-Saxons The … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce the official launch of an audio-visual companion to Þæt Eald-Ænglisce Blog on YouTube! Go to the Old English Blog Youtube channel and browse through various playlists, each with numerous videos ready to watch. While there are only a … Continue reading