(User: DG)
 
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
{{Reference
 
{{Reference
 
|Contributors=Voth (Christine)
 
|Contributors=Voth (Christine)
|Contribution=Irish pilgrims, Welsh manuscripts, and Anglo-Saxon monasteries: was script change in tenth-century England a legacy of the Celtic World?
+
|Contribution=Irish pilgrims, Welsh manuscripts, and Anglo-Saxon monasteries: was script change in tenth-century England a legacy of the Celtic world?
 
|Pages=115-136
 
|Pages=115-136
 
|In work=Clayton et al 2017 add
 
|In work=Clayton et al 2017 add
 
|Publication type=Book article
 
|Publication type=Book article
 
}}
 
}}

Latest revision as of 21:11, 12 September 2019


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.

  • article in collection
Citation details
Contributor(s)
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.) • Juliet Mullins (ed.) • Alice Jorgensen (ed.), England, Ireland, and the Insular world: textual and material connections in the early Middle Ages (2017)
Pages
115–136
Year
2017
Subject classification

Sources The relevance of a publication to other entries may be indicated in two ways: directly, by submitting a tag for the relevant catalogue entry on this page, or indirectly, by detecting usage in other entries. In addition, keywords without corresponding entry may be assigned to increase their visibility in searches.

Texts

none indexed

Manuscripts

none indexed