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Ærend-gewrit: Wicu 21-27 February 2011 on Twittere

This past week was Celt mania at the Twitter feed, perhaps in anticipation of Saint David’s Day being celebrated, which is big in the Celtic world, in particularly in Wales where he is the country’s patron saint. General: Before getting into the main categories, I … Continue reading

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Leornung: sēo Englisce Sprǣc ond Wicce-Cræft

Not much to post at the moment, but I did just come across two recent linguistic papers on the Old English language, both having been published by the University of Cambridge’s journal English Language and Linguistics. The first paper focuses on … Continue reading

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Leornung: þā Engle ond Seaxe ond sēo Englisce Sprǣc

A couple of days ago I presented a number of links to Norse-related sites, and now I give to you just a few for the Anglo-Saxons. For those unfamiliar with the Anglo-Saxons, besides all the articles one can find at … Continue reading

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Bōc: Nū on þām Internete “Women in Anglo-Saxon England”

Two publications have recently become available to read online, namely, “Women in Anglo-Saxon England” and “Níð, Ergi and Old Norse Moral Attitudes“. Also, Heather Marie Kosur has recently been creating nice reference articles for various features of Old English morphology. Find … Continue reading

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Tīdunga: Wīcinga Blōd nū gēna on Engla lande

Making the rounds in the news lately is a new publication that indicates that nearly 50% of “original” residents of the area in and around Liverpool (Wirral) have “Viking” genes. For further info, visit the site of Steve Harding, one … Continue reading

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