Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is the backbone of Anglo-Saxon history, an invaluable source for the historian today because it is 'an almost contemporary record of events for about five hundred years'. It also constitutes a remarkable literary monument and offers a great deal of important philological material to the language specialist. This collaborative edition makes available in a usable form all the materials relating to this tradition of historical writing in Anglo-Saxon England; it is an essential research tool for those working in language, literature, history and archaeology, and every major university and college including Old English language and literature, or English history up the the twelfth century, amoung its course-offerings.

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