Anglo-Saxon England
DisciplineEnglish history
LanguageEnglish
Edited bySimon Keynes, Rosalind Love, Rory Naismith
Publication details
History1972–present
Publisher
FrequencyAnnual
Some articles
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Anglo-Sax. Engl.
Indexing
ISSN0263-6751 (print)
1474-0532 (web)
LCCN78190423
OCLC no.1716466
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Anglo-Saxon England is an annual peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal covering the study of various aspects of history, language, and culture in Anglo-Saxon England. It has been published since 1972 by Cambridge University Press and is available in print and digital form. The first forty volumes of the journal included a bibliography porividng an overview of the past year's work in Anglo-Saxon studies; a cumulative bibliography is now available online, published by Cambridge University Press.[1]

The journal's motto, 'here one can still see their track', is drawn from King Alfred's Old English translation of Cura pastoralis.[2] The front cover of every issue of the journal features a picture of the reverse of Alfred's "London Monogram" penny.[3]

Its current editors are Simon Keynes, Rosalind Love and Rory Naismith (all based at the University of Cambridge). Previous editors include Malcolm Godden, Peter A. Clemoes and Michael Lapidge.

See also

References

  1. ^ "About this journal". Cambridge.org.
  2. ^ "About this journal". Cambridge.org.
  3. ^ "About this journal". Cambridge.org.