DUMBARTON OAKS MEDIEVAL LIBRARY
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Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library 63

Anonymous Old English Lives of Saints

Edited and translated by Johanna Kramer

Hugh Magennis

Robin Norris

  • Introduction
    • Saint Augustine of Canterbury
    • Saint Chad
    • Saint Euphrosyne
    • Saint Eustace and His Companions
    • Saint Giles
    • Saint Guthlac
    • Saint James the Greater
    • Saint Machutus
    • Saint Margaret
    • Saint Mary of Egypt
    • Saint Michael
    • Saint Mildred
    • Saint Neot
    • Saint Nicholas
    • Saint Pantaleon
    • Saint Paulinus
    • Saint Quentin
    • Saint Seaxburh
    • The Seven Sleepers
    • Acknowledgments
    • Notes
  • Saint Augustine of Canterbury
  • Saint Chad
  • Saint Euphrosyne
  • Saint Eustace and His Companions
  • Saint Giles
  • Saint Guthlac
  • Saint James the Greater
  • Saint Machutus
  • Saint Margaret, Corpus Christi College Cambridge Version
  • Saint Margaret, Cotton Otho Version
  • Saint Margaret, Cotton Tiberius Version
  • Saint Mary of Egypt
  • Saint Michael
  • Saint Mildred, Cotton Caligula Version
  • Saint Mildred, Lambeth Version
  • Saint Neot
  • Saint Nicholas
  • Saint Pantaleon
  • Saint Paulinus
  • Saint Quentin
  • Saint Seaxburh
  • The Seven Sleepers
  • Abbreviations
  • Note on the Texts
  • Notes to the Texts
  • Notes to the Translations
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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