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Stephen Allott's collection includes over 150 of about 300 known letters penned by the Anglo-Saxon scholar Alcuin of York. 72 of these letters are provided in their entirety as are most of 55 others.

Stephen Allott's collection includes over 150 of about 300 known letters penned by the Anglo-Saxon scholar Alcuin of York. He includes helpful footnotes, organizes the letters thematically, and places approximate dates where evidence allows. Alcuin's most famous poem, "On the Saints of the Church of York," is also included along with a brief sketch of Alcuin's life

The majority of details on Alcuin's life come from his letters and poems Allott, Stephen, tr. Alcuin of York, c. AD 732 to 804. His life and letters. York: William Sessions, 1974. Sturgeon, Thomas . tr.

The majority of details on Alcuin's life come from his letters and poems. There are also autobiographical sections in Alcuin's poem on York and in the Vita Alcuini, a Life written for him at Ferrières in the 820s, possibly based in part on the memories of Sigwulf, one of Alcuin's pupils. Carolingian Renaissance figure and legacy. Allott, Stephen, tr.

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His letters are particularly important because he corresponded at a very high level, including with rulers, in Northumbria and on the Continent. Allott, Stephen, trans. Alcuin of York c. AD 732 to 804: His Life and Letters. William Sessions: York, 1974. Page, Rolph Barlow, trans. Ammianus Marcellinus, History (Res Gestae).

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You will be the first to open the book cover. For Used condition books in our store; It shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as price clipping, nicks, scratches, and scuffs. Pages may include some notes and highlighting. For all our books; Cargo will be delivered in the required time. Published by William Sessions Limited (1974).

In his Life of St Willibrord, Alcuin writes that Wilgils, called a paterfamilias, had founded an oratory and church at the mouth of.

In his Life of St Willibrord, Alcuin writes that Wilgils, called a paterfamilias, had founded an oratory and church at the mouth of the Humber, which had fallen into Alcuin's possession by inheritance. free but subordinate to a noble lord, and that Alcuin and other members of his family rose to prominence through beneficial connections with the aristocracy Allott, Stephen, tr.

Two Alcuin Letter-books. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1975. The Letters of Alcuin: Part One, the Aachen Period (762–796). Harvard University P.

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Alcuin of York: His Life and Letters (York, 1974). Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, trans. M. Swanton (London, 1996). Book of Settlements: Landnámabók, trans. Pálsson and P. Edwards (Winnipeg, 1972). Chronicles of the Kings of Man and the Isles, ed. G. Broderick (Douglas, Isle of Man, 1995). Dudo of St Quentin: History of the Normans, trans.