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Digitizing the Old English Anonymous and Wulfstanian Homilies through the Electronic Corpus of Anonymous Homilies in Old English ( ECHOE ) Project
This article first outlines the challenges involved in the editing of Old English anonymous and Wulfstanian homilies before introducing the Electronic Corpus of Anonymous Homilies in Old English (ECHOE) project. This new ...
The Anonymous Old English Homily
The Anonymous Old English Homily: Sources, Composition, and Variation offers important essays on the origins, textual transmission, and (re)use of early English preaching texts between the ninth and the late twelfth ...
Wulfstan at Work
(De Gruyter, 2019)
This article retrieves the hitherto mostly illegible drafts of four short texts by Wulfstan, archbishop of York (d. 1023), in London, British Library, Additional 38651, fols. 57r–58v. The autograph manuscript, which can ...
Andreas’s Blooming Blood
(De Gruyter, 2020)
The Earliest Surviving Homily in English
An Unrecorded Tradition of St. Michael in Old English Texts—Now Recorded