Scholarly Works - Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
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In spite of the frequent characterization of the maternal body as a site of genealogical corruption and change in Old Norse legendary literature, it is rarely depicted at the moment of its greatest transformation, when ...
The paper examines the characterization of Hǫgni across the poems of the Poetic Edda, assessing his depiction as a brother, as a husband and father, as a warrior, and as a king in order to build up an eddic-centric picture ...
(Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, 2016-06-01)This note reports the recovery of three folios missing from the late-fifteenth-century miscellany known as the ‘Winchester Anthology’ (British Library, MS Additional 60577) within the collections of the Bodleian Library, ...