by John Peddie
Paperback: 240 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.58 x 9.56 x 6.78
Publisher: Sutton Publishing; (March 1, )
Alfred the Great: Asser's Life of King Alfred and Other Contemporary Sources
by Simon Keynes
Paperback: 368 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.07 x 8.16 x 5.47
Publisher: Penguin USA (Paper); Reissue edition (January 1984)
Alfred the Great: War, Kingship, and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England
by Richard Philip Abels.
Alfred the Great: The King and His England
by Eleanor Duckett
from University of Chicago Press
Alfred the Wise
by Jane Annette Roberts and Janet Nelson
The Anglo Saxons
by James Campbell, Eric John, and Patrick Wormald
Paperback: 272 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.84 x 11.02 x 8.45
Publisher: Penguin USA (Paper); Reprint edition (August 1991)
The Life and Times of Alfred the Great
by Charles Plummer
Book Description An annotated, documented biography of the Saxon king of England, expanded from a series of six lectures delivered at Oxford, with special emphasis on Alfred's literary works and military campaigns. Maps.
The Golden Dragon: Alfred the Great and His Times
by Alf Johnson Mapp
A Guide to Late Anglo-Saxon England: From Alfred to Eadgar II 871-1074
by Donald Henson
from Anglo-Saxon Books
Alfred the Great, Containing Chapters on His Life and Times
by Alfred Bowker (Editor)
Edward the Elder, 899-924
by N. J. Higham and David Hill.
Book Description By drawing upon sources as diverse as literature and archaeology, this book brings together a rich variety of scholarship to offer a new insight into the world of Edward the Elder, son and successor of King Alfred.
Library Binding: 320 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.84 x 9.54 x 6.40
Publisher: Routledge; (August 1, )
The Making of English Law: King Alfred to the Twelfth Century
by Patrick Wormald
Book Description This volume, the first of two comprising The Making of English Law, provides the first full-length account of the Old English law-codes for over eighty years, and the first that has ever been published in the English language. It is designed to be both an authoritative work of reference for scholars seeking enlightenment on particular legal manuscripts or texts and a coherent account of how the corpus of Old English law from the seventh to the twelfth century came to subsist and survive. Part I opens with an account of the historians of early English law, including the immortal F. W. Maitland (1850-1906) and Felix Liebermann, author of the definitive edition of the law codes (1898-1916). It then provides the most detailed examination English of law and legislation on the European continent in the post-Roman era and of the earliest Anglo-Saxon legislators in the seventh century. This sets the scene for the law making of King Alfred and his successors. As well as providing an authoritative account of Anglo-Saxon legislation this much-anticipated book opens new perspectives on the emergence of the English State. It will be welcomed as a landmark in the study of English law and government, and as an exploration of the problem of authority in a pre-modern society.
Writings of King Alfred
by Frederick Harrison (Editor)
King Alfred the Great
by Alfred P. Smyth
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Rulers and Ruling Families in Early Medieval Europe: Alfred, Charles the Bald, and Others
by Janet L. Nelson.
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