Collamati Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources: Manuscripts

Parker Library, Corpus Christi College MS173.

British Library, Additional 35110.

British Library, Cotton Domitian A.VIII.

British Library, Cotton Otho B.XI.

British Library, Cotton Tiberius A.VI.

British Library, Cotton Tiberius B.I.

British Library, Cotton Tiberius B.IV.

British Library, Cotton Tiberius D.III.

British Library, Royal 8 D.IX.

Bodleyan Library, MS Laud 636.

Schaffhausen Stadtbibliothek, MS Generalia 1.

Primary Sources: Printed

Adomnán. The Life of Saint Columba, Founder of Hy, Written by Adamnan, edited and translated by William Reeves. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1857.

Adomnán. Adomnán’s Life of Columba, Oxford Medieval Texts, edited by Alan O. Anderson and Marjorie O. Anderson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.

———. Life of St Columba, translated by Richard Sharpe. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1995.

Bede. Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, edited and translated by Bertram Colgrave and Roger A. B. Mynors. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969.

Dumville, David, and Keynes Simon, ed. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a collaborative edition, 8 vols. Cambridge: Simon Taylor, 1986-2004.

Herzfeld, George, ed. An Old English Martyrology. London: Early English Text Society, 1900.

Isidore of Seville. Isidori hispalensis episcopi etymologiarum sive originum libri XX, edited by Wallace M. Lindsay. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1911.

———. The Etymologies of Isidore of Seville, translated by Stephen A. Barney, W.J. Lewis, J.A. Beach, and Oliver Berghof. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Plummer, Charles, ed. Two of the Saxon Chronicles Parallel. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1892–1899.

Reginald of Coldingham. Symeonis monachi opera omnia, edited by Thomas Arnold, 3 vols. Durham: Society by Andrew & Co, 1868.

Roswitha of Gandersheim. Gesta ottonis imperatoris: Lotte, drammi e trionfi nel destino di un imperatore, edited and translated by Maria P. Pillola. Florence: Sismel, 2003.

Sawyer, Peter H., ed. Charters of Burton Abbey, Anglo-Saxon Charters, 2 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979.

Walahfrid Strabo. Versus de beati Blaithmaic vita et fine. In Poetae latini aevi Carolini, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, vol. 2, edited by Ernst Dümmler, 297–301. Berlin: Weidmannos, 1884.

Whitelock, Dorothy, ed. English Historical Documents. London: Eyre Methuen, 1979.

———, David C. Douglas, and Susie I. Tucker, trans. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Revised Translation. London: Rutgers University Press, 1961.

William of Malmesbury. Gesta pontificum anglorum: The History of the English Kings, edited and translated by Roger A.B. Mynors, Rodney M. Thomson, and Michael Winterbottom. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Secondary Sources

Biddle, Martin, and David Hill. “Late Saxon Planned Towns.” Antiquaries Journal 51 (1971): 70–85.

Drögereit, Richard. “Kaiseridee und Kaisertitel bei den Angelsachsen.” Zeitschrift Der Savigny-Stiftung Für Rechtsgeschichte. Germanistische Abteilung 69, no. 1 (1952): 24–73.

Fanning, Steven. “Bede, ‘Imperium’, and the Bretwaldas.” Speculum 66, no. 1 (1991): 1–26.

Gebhardt, Torben R. “From Bretwalda to Basileus: Imperial Concepts in Late Anglo-Saxon England?” In Transcultural Approaches to the Concept of Imperial Rule in the Middle Ages, edited by Torben R. Gebhardt, Christian Scholl, and Jan Clauß, 157–184. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang AG, 2017.

Hare, Michael. “The Documentary Evidence for the History of St Oswald’s, Gloucester to 1086 AD.” In The Golden Minster: The Anglo-Saxon Minster and Later Medieval Priory of St Oswald at Gloucester, edited by Carolyn Heighway and Richard Bryant, 33–46. York: Council for British Archaeology Research Report, 1999.

Hart, Cyril. “Danelaw Charters and the Glastonbury Scriptorium.” Downside Review 90 (1972): 125–132.

Hart, Cyril. The Danelaw. London: Hambledon, 1992.

Haslam, Jeremy. “King Alfred and the Vikings: Strategies and Tactics 876-886 AD.” Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 13 (2006): 122–154.

Hill, David, and Alexander R. Rumble. The Defence of Wessex: The Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon Fortifications. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1996.

John, Eric. Orbis Britanniae, and Other Studies. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1966.

Jansen, Annemiek. “The Development of St Oswald Legends on the Continent.” In Oswald: Northumbrian King to European Saint, edited by Clare Stancliffe and Eric Cambridge, 210–229. Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1995.

Keynes, Simon. The Diplomas of King Æthelred “the Unready” 978-1016. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980.

Keynes, Simon. “Review of Sawyer, Burton.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History 21 (1980): 213–217.

———. “Raedwald the Bretwalda.” In Voyage to the Other World, edited by Calvin B. Kendall and Peter S. Wells, 103–123. Minneapolis: University Minnesota Press, 1992.

Lapidge, Michael. “Acca of Hexham and the Origin of the Old English Martyrology.” Analecta Bollandiana 123 (2005): 29–78.

Leneghan, Francis. “Translatio Imperii: The Old English Orosius and the Rise of Wessex.” Anglia 133, no. 4 (2015): 656-705.

Mauntel, Christoph. “Ideas of Empire: A Comparative Study in Anglo-Saxon and Spanish Political Thought (From the Eighth to the Twelfth Century).” Viator 48, no. 3 (2017): 1–25.

———. “Beyond Rome: The Polyvalent Usage and Levels of Meaning of Imperator and Imperium in Medieval Europe.” In Renovatio, inventio, absentia imperii. From the Roman Empire to Contemporary Imperialism, edited by Wouter Bracke, Jan Nelis, and Jan de Maeyer, 69–92. Turnhout: Brepols, 2018.

McClure, Judith. "Bede’s Old Testament Kings.’” In Ideal and Reality in Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Society, edited by Patrick E. Wormald, Donald E. Bullough, and Roger Collins, 76–98. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1983.

Molyneaux, George. “The Old English Bede: English Ideology or Christian Instruction?” English Historical Review 124 (2009): 1289–1323.

———. “Why Were Some Tenth-Century English Kings Presented as Rulers of Britain?” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 21 (2011): 59–91.

Morris, John. The Age of Arthur: A History of the British Isles from 350 to 650. London: Phoenix, 1998.

Ó Riain-Raedel, Dagmar. “Edith, Judith, Matilda: The Role of Royal Ladies in the Propagation of the Continental Cult.” In Oswald: Northumbrian King to European Saint, edited by Clare Stancliffe and Eric Cambridge, 210–229. Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1995.

Ortenberg, Veronica. “‘The King from Overseas:’ Why did Æthelstan Matter in Tenth-Century Continental Affairs?” In England and the Continent in the Tenth Century, edited by David Rollason and Conrad Leyser, 211–236. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010.

Parkes, Malcolm B. “The Paleography of the Parker Manuscript of the Chronicle, Laws and Sedulius and Historiography at Winchester in the Late Ninth and Tenth Centuries.” In Scribes, Scripts and Readers: Studies in the Communication, Presentation and Dissemination of Medieval Texts, edited by Malcolm B. Parkes, 157–163. London: Hambledon Press, 1991.

Picard, Jean-Michel. “Schaffausen Generalia 1 and the Textual Transmission of Adomnán’s Vita Columbae on the Continent.” In Irland und Europa im früheren Mittelalter: Texte und Überlieferung, edited by Nì Chatáin and Michael Richter, 95–102. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2002.

Robinson, Joseph Armitage. St Oswald and the Church of Worcester. British Academy Supplementary Papers 5. London: British Academy, 1919.

Stancliffe, Clare. “Oswald, ‘Most Holy and Most Victorious King of the Northumbrians.’” In Oswald: Northumbrian King to European Saint, edited by Clare Stancliffe and Eric Cambridge, 33–84. Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1995.

Stengel, Edmund E. “Imperator und Imperium bei den Angelsachsen.” Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters 16 (1960): 15–72.

Thacker, Alan. “Membra Disjecta: The Division of the Body and the Diffusion of the Cult.” In Oswald: Northumbrian King to European Saint, edited by Clare Stancliffe and Eric Cambridge, 97–128. Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1995.

van Espelo, Dorine. “A Testimony of Carolingian Rule? The Codex epistolaris carolinus, its Historical Context, and the Meaning of Imperium.” Early Medieval Europe 21, no. 3 (2013): 254–282.

Wood, Michael. “The making of King Athelstan’s Empire: An English Charlemagne.” In Ideal and Reality in Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Society. Studies presented to John M. Wallace-Hadrill, edited by Patrick E. Wormald, Donald E. Bullough, and Roger Collins, 253–275. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1983.

Wormald, Patrick. “Bede, the Bretwaldas and the Origins of Gens Anglorum.” In Ideal and Reality in Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Society, 99–129. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1983.

Yorke, Barbara. “The Vocabulary of Anglo-Saxon Overlordship.” Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 92 (1981): 171–200.