Anglo-Saxon-Irish relations before the Vikings.
Oxford : published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2009
James Graham-Campbell; Michael Ryan
|描述：||xx, 462 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.|
|内容：||History, law, language and literature. The Irish role in the origins of the Old English alphabet : a re-assessment / Patrick P. O'Neill ; An insular tradition of ecclesiastical law : fifth to eighth century / Roy Flechner ; Bede's Chronica Maiora : early insular history in a universal context / Diarmuid Scully ; Rome and the isles : Ireland, England and the rhetoric of orthodoxy / Damian Bracken ; Ye shall know them by their names : names and identity among the Irish and the English / Paul Russell ; Trouble at the white house : Anglo-Irish relations and the cult of St. Martin / Juliet Mullins ; The practicalities of communication between Northumbrian and Irish churches, c. 635-735 / Fiona Edmonds --
Art history and material culture. Behind animals, plants and interlace : Salin's style II on Christian objects / Egon Wamers ; Anglo-Saxon, Irish and British relations : hanging-bowls reconsidered / Susan Youngs ; The Anglo-Saxon connection : Irish metalwork, AD 400-800 / Raghnall Ó Floinn ; Anglo-Saxon/Gaelic interaction in Scotland / Ewan Campbell ; Sand-dunes and stray finds : evidence for pre-Viking trade? / David Griffiths ; Glitter in the dragon's lair : Irish and Anglo-Saxon metalwork from pre-Viking Wales, c. 400-850 / Mark Redknap ; Stylistic influences in early Manx sculpture / David M. Wilson ; Cemetery settlements and local churches in pre-Viking Ireland in light of comparisons with England and Wales / Tomás Ó Carragáin ; All that peter stands for : the Romanitas of the Codex amiatinus reconsidered / Jennifer O'Reilly ; Studying early Christian sculpture in England and Ireland : the object of art history or archaeology? / Jane Hawkes --
Addendum. Of Saxons, a Viking and Normans : Colmán, Gerald and the monastery of Mayo / Máire Ní Mhaonaigh.
|丛书名：||Proceedings of the British Academy, 157.|
|责任：||edited by James Graham-Campbell and Michael Ryan.|
a very impressive collection of papers. Clare Downham, English Historical Review an interesting, wide-ranging and important collection of essays Elizabeth Boyle, Medieval Archaeology The