Anglo-Saxon Myths: State and Church, 400-1066

Anglo-Saxon Myths: State and Church, 400-1066

Nicholas Brooks


In this choice of essays Nicholas Brooks explores many of the earliest and such a lot difficult resources, either written and archaeological, for early English background. In his fingers, the constitution and services of Anglo-Saxon foundation tales and charters (whether actual or cast) remove darkness from English political and social buildings, in addition to ecclesiastical, city and rural landscapes. in addition to formerly released essays, Anglo-Saxon Myths: kingdom and Church, 400-1066 features a new account of the English beginning fable and a evaluate of the advancements within the research of Anglo-Saxon charters during the last twenty years.

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