Articles edited by Richard William Dance

Article Publication Date
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records the first Viking raids on England 2016-01-04
Alfred the Great reconquers London from the Danes 2016-06-29
Anglo-Norman Literature 2009-08-27
Anonymous. Bede's Death Song 735 2019-10-18
Anonymous. Christ and Satan 975 2012-07-18
Anonymous. Daniel 960 2011-04-13
Anonymous. Edda, the Poetic 1270 2008-11-19
Anonymous. Egils Saga 1220 2010-10-19
Anonymous. The Creation Riddles of the Exeter Book 960 2010-01-11
Anonymous. The Land of Cockaygne 1330 2010-08-20
Anonymous. The Old English Version of Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica gentis anglorum 883 2009-04-24
Anonymous. The Phoenix 970 2010-01-11
Anonymous. The Seafarer 900 2012-07-30
Anonymous. The Wanderer 900 2009-11-04
Æthelred 'the Unready' becomes King 2016-06-29
Æthelwold 2009-06-22
Bede. De Natura Rerum 731 2016-04-12
Bede. Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum 731 2009-04-24
Caedmon. Hymn of Creation 660 2015-07-11
Danegeld 2016-01-04
Danes raid Kent 2016-04-06
Eadwine appointed King of Northumbria 2016-04-12
Eadwine converts to Christianity with his court 2016-04-12
Junius 11 2008-11-25
King Cynegils of Wessex converts to Christianity 2016-06-29
King Egbert of Wessex conquers Cornwall 2016-04-06
Medical Texts in Old English 2009-08-14
Norwegians settle in Scotland and North-West England 2016-01-04
Raedwald of East Anglia dies; probably buried at Sutton Hoo 2016-04-06
Reign of Edmund 2015-07-11
Reign of Edred 2016-01-13
Reign of Edward the Elder 2015-07-11
Reign of Edwy 2016-01-13
Reign of King Alfred the Great 2009-04-02
Saint Aldhelm 2016-08-17
Snorri Sturluson 2009-02-09
St. Cuthbert becomes Archbishop of Canterbury 2016-04-12
Sturluson, Snorri. Edda, the Prose 1220 2008-07-05
The Beowulf Manuscript 2008-11-25
The Danes begin raids on Sussex 2016-04-06
The Danes conquer Northumbria 2016-02-29
The Danes enter Thames estuary and march on Canterbury 2016-02-29
The founding of the Archbishopric of York, with Ecgbert as Archbishop 2016-04-12
The Old English Language 2011-12-10
The Vercelli Book 2009-01-06
The Vikings sack the island abbey of Lindisfarne, off the northeastern coast of England 2016-01-04
William of Malmesbury 2013-09-20

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