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Voth, Christine






Bibliography

Voth, Christine, “Irish pilgrims, Welsh manuscripts, and Anglo-Saxon monasteries: was script change in tenth-century England a legacy of the Celtic world?”, in: Clayton, Mary, Alice Jorgensen, and Juliet Mullins (eds), England, Ireland, and the Insular world: textual and material connections in the early Middle Ages, Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies 7, Tempe, Arizona: ACMRS, 2017. 115–136.

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Article
“Irish pilgrims, Welsh manuscripts, and Anglo-Saxon monasteries: was script change in tenth-century England a legacy of the Celtic world?”
Work
Mary Clayton (ed.) • Alice Jorgensen (ed.) • Juliet Mullins (ed.), England, Ireland, and the Insular world: textual and material connections in the early Middle Ages (2017)
Pages
115–136
Year
2017


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Dennis Groenewegen