Dumville, David N.





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Dumville, David N., Britons and Anglo-Saxons in the Early Middle Ages, Variorum Collected Studies Series 379, Aldershot: Variorum, 1993.

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Britons and Anglo-Saxons in the Early Middle Ages
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Aldershot
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Variorum
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1993
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Contents

Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations
Part 1: The end of Celtic Britain
[I] “Gildas and Maelgwn: problems of dating”
with appendix: bibliography
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘Gildas and Maelgwn: problems of dating’ in Gildas... (1984)
[II] “The chronology of De excidio Britanniae, Book I”
with appendix: bibliography
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘The chronology of De excidio Britanniae, Book I’ in Gildas... (1984)
[III] “The origins of Northumbria: some aspects of the British background”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘The origins of Northumbria: some aspects of the British background’ in The origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms... (1989)
Part 2: Heroic poetry and the historian
[IV] “Early Welsh poetry: problems of historicity”
[V] “Palaeographical considerations in the dating of early Welsh verse”
[VI] Beowulf and the Celtic world: the uses of evidence”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘‘Beowulf’ and the Celtic world: the uses of evidence’, Traditio 37 (1981)
[VII] “Beowulf come lately: some notes on the palaeography of the Nowell Codex”
Part 3: Anglo-Saxon kingdoms
[VIII] “The West Saxon genealogical regnal list and the chronology of early Wessex”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘The West Saxon genealogical regnal list and the chronology of early Wessex’, Peritia 4 (1985)
[IX] “Essex, Middle Anglia, and the expansion of Mercia in the south-east Midlands”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘Essex, Middle Anglia, and the expansion of Mercia in the south-east Midlands’ in The origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms... (1989)
[X] “Textual archaeology and Northumbrian history subsequent to Bede”
Part 4: Brittany and its neighbours
[XI] “On the dating of the early Breton lawcodes”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘On the dating of the early Breton lawcodes’, Études Celtiques 21 (1984)
[XII] “Ekiurid’s Celtica lingua: an ethnological difficulty in Waltharius
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘Ekiurid’s Celtic lingua: an ethnological difficulty in Waltharius’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 6 (1983)
Part 5: Scribes and books: Anglo-British interaction
[XIII] “Late 7th- or 8th-century evidence for the British transmission of Pelagius”
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘Late-seventh- or eighth-century evidence of the British transmission of Pelagius’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 10 (1985)
[XIV] “The English element in tenth-century Breton book production”
Part 6: Britons and English in the Viking-Age
[XV] “The ‘six’ sons of Rhodri Mawr: a problem in Asser’s Life of King Alfred
Taken from: David N. Dumville, ‘The ‘six’ sons of Rhodri Mawr: a problem in Asser’s Life of King Alfred’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 4 (1982)
[XVI] “Brittany and Armes Prydein Vawr
Index
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen,Neil McGuigan