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Author Wulfstan, Archbishop of York, -1023.
Title A Wulfstan manuscript containing institutes, laws and homilies : British Museum Cotton Nero A.i / edited by Henry R. Loyn.
Publication Info Copenhagen : Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1971.


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Descript 53, [189] p. 38 cm.
Note "The collection of ecclesiastical institutes, laws and homilies ... consists of two parts, one ... written about the middle of the eleventh century and the other ... some fifty years earlier. They were certainly bound together by 1580 ... The earlier portion, partly in Anglo-Saxon and partly in Latin, is ... 'a kind of theological commonplace book ...'; the later portion, all in Anglo-Saxon, provides a good copy of the Laws of Cnut and of the legal material that forms their background."
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Author Wulfstan, Archbishop of York, -1023.
Series Early English manuscripts in facsimile, v. 17
Early English manuscripts in facsimile, v. 17.
Subject Catholic Church.
Christian literature, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Sermons, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- England -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, English (Old) -- Facsimiles.
Theology -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, Medieval -- England.
Law, Anglo-Saxon.
Law, Medieval.
Alt author Loyn, H. R. (Henry Royston)
British Museum. Mss. (Cottonian Nero A.I).
Descript 53, [189] p. 38 cm.
Note "The collection of ecclesiastical institutes, laws and homilies ... consists of two parts, one ... written about the middle of the eleventh century and the other ... some fifty years earlier. They were certainly bound together by 1580 ... The earlier portion, partly in Anglo-Saxon and partly in Latin, is ... 'a kind of theological commonplace book ...'; the later portion, all in Anglo-Saxon, provides a good copy of the Laws of Cnut and of the legal material that forms their background."
Author Wulfstan, Archbishop of York, -1023.
Series Early English manuscripts in facsimile, v. 17
Early English manuscripts in facsimile, v. 17.
Subject Catholic Church.
Christian literature, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Sermons, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- England -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, English (Old) -- Facsimiles.
Theology -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, Medieval -- England.
Law, Anglo-Saxon.
Law, Medieval.
Alt author Loyn, H. R. (Henry Royston)
British Museum. Mss. (Cottonian Nero A.I).
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 6th Floor  q PR 1502 E1(17)  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Catholic Church.
Christian literature, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Sermons, English (Old) -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- England -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, English (Old) -- Facsimiles.
Theology -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, Medieval -- England.
Law, Anglo-Saxon.
Law, Medieval.
Descript 53, [189] p. 38 cm.
Note "The collection of ecclesiastical institutes, laws and homilies ... consists of two parts, one ... written about the middle of the eleventh century and the other ... some fifty years earlier. They were certainly bound together by 1580 ... The earlier portion, partly in Anglo-Saxon and partly in Latin, is ... 'a kind of theological commonplace book ...'; the later portion, all in Anglo-Saxon, provides a good copy of the Laws of Cnut and of the legal material that forms their background."
Alt author Loyn, H. R. (Henry Royston)
British Museum. Mss. (Cottonian Nero A.I).

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