Law, Vivien






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Law, Vivien, “The study of Latin grammar in eighth-century Southumbria”, Anglo-Saxon England 12 (1983): 43–71.

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“The study of Latin grammar in eighth-century Southumbria”
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12
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43–71


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Anglo-Saxon England Ireland and Anglo-Saxon England Hiberno-Latin literature and learning to c.1169: grammar

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