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Andreas: An Edition

Hardback, 20/01/2016, £80.00
£72.00
A new edition and translation of the Old English poem 'Andreas', with full introduction, notes, and glossary.

Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England

Paperback, 15/06/2018, £60.00
£54.00
the abundance of vegetative symbolism found in the Christian tradition. Drawing on sources from archaeology and written texts, th

Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity

Paperback, 15/07/2018, £89.99
£80.99
This volume questions the extent to which Medieval studies has emphasized the period as one of change and development through reexamining aspects of the medieval world that remained static.

Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia

Paperback, 15/02/2019, £19.99
£17.99
Essays on the depiction of animals, birds and insects in early medieval material culture, from texts to carvings to the landscape itself.

Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity

Hardback, 22/11/2016, £89.99
£34.00
This volume questions the extent to which Medieval studies has emphasized the period as one of change and development through reexamining aspects of the medieval world that remained static.

Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia

Hardback, 16/07/2015, £60.00
£54.00
Essays on the depiction of animals, birds and insects in early medieval material culture, from texts to carvings to the landscape itself.

Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England

Hardback, 19/02/2015, £50.00
£45.00
Drawing on sources from archaeology and written texts, the author brings out the full significance of trees in both pagan and Christian Anglo-Saxon religion.

Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World

Hardback, 03/10/2013, £92.00
£82.80
The very first collection of essays written about the role of trees in early medieval England, bringing together established specialists and new voices to present an interdisciplinary insight into the complex relationship between the early English and their woodlands.