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Leonard Neidorf, Rafael J. Pascual and Tom Shippey (eds.). Old English Philology: Studies in Honour of R. D. Fulk. Anglo-Saxon Studies. Cambridge: Brewer, 2016, x + 427 pp., 5 figures, 16 tables, £ 60.00.

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Leonard Neidorf, Rafael J. Pascual and Tom Shippey (eds.). Old English Philology: Studies in Honour of R. D. Fulk. Anglo-Saxon Studies: Brewer. Cambridge, 2016, x + 427 pp., 5 figures, 16 tables, £ 60.00.


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Published Online: 2018-6-13
Published in Print: 2018-6-11

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