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This article, with a codicological and textological approach, shows that M17 and the new fragment M5439 are two separate pieces of a single manuscript page.

This article, with a codicological and textological approach, shows that M17 and the new fragment M5439 are two separate pieces of a single manuscript page. The verso-side of M5439 has a new text. The text contains a part of the exordium and of the chapter Aleph of the Living Gospel.

Heliand, the Old Saxon poem based on the life of Ch. .Furthering the ongoing critical discussion of both text and culture, this volume also reflects on the current state of the field and demonstrates how it has evolved since the 1970s. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

In Perspectives on the Old Saxon Heliand, Valentine Pakis brings together recent scholarship that both addresses new turns in the field and engages with the relevant arguments of the past three decades

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1st ed. by Valentine A. Pakis. Published 2010 by West Virginia University Press in Morgantown. Includes bibliographical references (p. Classifications.

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In Perspectives on the Old Saxon Heliand, Valentine Pakis brings together recent scholarship that both addresses new turns in the field and engages with the relevant arguments of the past three decades. Volume 12 in the Medieval European Studies Series. The Historical Setting of the Heliand, the Poem, and the Manuscripts James E. Cathey. ISBN13:9781933202495. Release Date:May 2010.

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Between the authors assembled by Pakis, we can find well-known names like Cathey and Murphy. The essay of Cathey is a reproduction of his introductory essay from 2002. Although all the essays in the book are republications, the bright side is that it is a reunion – in one single book – of a series of articles previously published in German.

Heliand, the Old Saxon poem based on the life of Christ in the Gospels, has become more available to students of Anglo-Saxon culture as its influence has reached into a wider range of fields from history to linguistics, literature, and religion. In Perspectives on the Old Saxon Heliand, Valentine Pakis brings together recent scholarship that both addresses new turns in the field and engages with the relevant arguments of the past three decades. Furthering the ongoing critical discussion of both text and culture, this volume also reflects on the current state of the field and demonstrates how it has evolved since the 1970s.