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From:Notes and Queries (Vol. 45, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedResearch by certain scholars suggest that the site of a renowned English victory over a Norse army that is called Brunanburh is actually Bromborough in Cheshire, England. It will be shown that this hypothesis is highly...
From:Notes and Queries (Vol. 45, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe identification for two as yet unelucidated place-names recorded in the dative case in the 'Anglo-Saxon Chronicle' are proposed. These place names are 'Weardbyrig' or 'Weardburh' and 'Waestbyrig.' It is remarkable...
From:Notes and Queries (Vol. 44, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe Mercian glosses to the Rushworth Gospels written by a priest named Farman in the late 10th century have referred to harawuda which is believed as a place where he wrote them. Scholars have speculated on the what...
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