Abbreviations Works Cited in Abbreviated Form Laszlo Sandor Chardonnens and Bryan Carella: Introducing Old English Secular Learning Stephanie Hollis: Anglo-Saxon Secular Learning and the Vernacular: an Overview Stefan Jurasinski: Slavery, Learning and the Law of Marriage in Alfred's Mosaic Prologue Kees Dekker: The Vernacularization of Encyclopaedic Notes in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts Sarah Harlan-Haughey: The Burning Sun: Landscape and Knowledge in Exodus Kazutomo Karasawa: The Prose and the Verse Menologium in the Tradition of Elementary Computistical Education in Late Anglo-Saxon England Anne Russcher and Rolf H. Bremmer Jr: 'For a Broken Limb': Fracture Treatment in Anglo-Saxon England B. R. Hutcheson: Wid dweorh: an Anglo-Saxon Remedy for Fever in its Cultural and Manuscript Setting Rosanne Hebing: The Textual Tradition of Heavenly Letter Charms in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts Laszlo Sandor Chardonnens: The Old English Alphabet Prognostic as a Prototype for Mantic Alphabets Contributors Index of Manuscripts
Laszlo Sandor Chardonnens is lecturer in medieval English and research fellow at Radboud University Nijmegen. He has published on English manuscripts, medieval prognostication, divination and charms, and he is the author of Anglo-Saxon Prognostics, 900-1100: Study and Texts (2007). He is currently preparing a monograph on the transmission of the mantic arts in medieval Europe with financial support from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research. Bryan Carella is assistant professor of English at Assumption College, Worcester, MA. He works primarily on early medieval insular law and is currently editing the Pauline section of the eighth-century Hiberno-Latin biblical commentary known as the Reference Bible, at the invitation of the Royal Irish Academy for the Corpus Christianorum Scriptores Celtigenae series. He is preparing a monograph provisionally entitled The Ideological Foundations of Insular Law and its Sources, c. 600-c. 900.