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Alfred, King of England, 849-899.
Whole works of King Alfred the Great.
New York, AMS Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alfred, King of England; J A Giles; Alfred Committee.
|Notes:||Reprint of the 1858 ed., London.
English translations by the Alfred Committee of "competent Anglo-Saxon scholars."
Vol. 2 in two parts; pt. 2 designated as "vol. III" in the General table of contents.
|Description:||2 volumes illustrations, facsimiles 24 cm|
|Contents:||V.1. Harmony of the chroniclers during the life of King Alfred; A.D. 848-901, by Dr. Giles. Sketch of the Anglo-Saxon mint, by J.Y. Akerman. Description of all the coins of King Alfred now remaining; with seven plates, containing facsimiles of all those coins, by D. Haigh. A metrical English version of King Alfred's poems, to illustrate Anglo-Saxon poetry in general, by M.F. Tupper. History and political state of Europe in the ninth centuary, The age of King Alfred, the great, by T. Forester. Description of King Alfred's jewel, with some observations on the art of working in gold and silver among the Anglo-Saxons: by Dr. Giles. The Danes, by C. Hook. King Alfred's charters, translated from the Latin and Anglo-Saxon originals in Kemble's Codex Anglo-Saxonicus, by Dr. Giles. King Alfred's will, by Dr. Giles. Tabular view of the decline and fall of the Heptarchy in the life-time of King Alfred, by Dr. Giles. Domestic manners and habits of the Anglo-Saxons, by G. Soane. Traces of the Danies in England, by T. Forester. Grimbald's crypt, with a plate, by Dr. Giles.|
|Responsibility:||[J.A. Giles, general editor].|