The subjunctive mood in the Old English version of Bede’s Ecclesiastical history … Author: Faulkner, William Harrison, 1874-1949 Publication date:; 190-?] Publisher: [Charlottesville? Collection: cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor: MSN Contributor: University of California Libraries Language: English Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Virginia […]
When one examines Bede’s tale of Caedmon with Irish tale-type 2412B in mind, the resemblance of its plot to that structural pattern is quite evident. Equally obvious is that Bede’s tale departs from that type in regard to some important […]
From the Scriptures, Bede moves on to hagiography, history and martyrology, hymns and epigrams, and natural science and computus, concluding with orthography, meter and grammar. Now there is nothing random or accidental in all this. For Bede, knowledge was highly […]
Mckay – Sources and Style in Bede’s Commentary on the Apocalypse
Charles W. Jones, Manuscripts of Bede’s De Natura Rerum.
This day, P. Stefan kindly has published in his blog “The Times of Bede: Studies in Early English Christian Society and Its Historian“, by Patrick Wormald. Among this great work, in Internet Archive are some other volumes about the life […]