Anglo-Saxon Historical, Cultural, and Linguistic Resources
A Map of Anglo Saxon England
A Map of the invasion of Celtic Britain in 500 AD- Shows the migration of the Germanic tribes who's language was to form Old English
A Brief Timeline of The Anglo-Saxon Period
A Narrative History of Anglo-Saxon England
The Complete Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Poetry-
Here is the complete body of Anglo-Saxon poetry remaining to us, in Old
English, in case you are interested in seeing what the original
language looks like.
The Online Corpus of Old English Poetry- A list of Anglo-Saxon poetry courtesy of the University of Calgary and the Labyrinth Library at Georgetown University.
A List of Listservs
Old English at the University of Virginia- You will find here readings of parts of our text in Old English, help with grammar, and many other useful pages.
Norton's Online Archive
The Labyrinth-This is Georgetown's excellent metasite of resources for Medieval Studies of all kinds.
An Introduction to Old English Language and Script- A verbal and visual explanation of the Old English language.
Circolwyrde- An Old English computer glossary.
Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry Project- Here is something similar to what we are doing with our website, from Rutgers University.
Anglo-Saxon Aloud- A daily reading of the entire Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, which includes all poems written in Old English.
Contes de Bretagne- A compilation of Breton stories translated and put together by Dr. Oldrieve and students at Baldwin Wallace University.