The Book of Cerne

The Book of Cerne

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The ninth-century Book of Cerne offers a fascinating insight into Insular culture and is the only surviving illuminated manuscript that can be firmly attributed to the powerful Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia.If Dumvillea#39;s editorial emendation of the acrostic element of the poem on fol. 2ir is accepted, this implies a conscious process of a#39;modernizinga#39; the Aediluald/ Aedeluald name-form on the part of the Mercian scribe. There is not sufficientanbsp;...

Title:The Book of Cerne
Author: Michelle P. Brown
Publisher:University of Toronto Press - 1996

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