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Barlow, Frank (1992) The Life of King Edward, who rests at Westminster. The Life of King Edward, who rests at Westminster. ? Barlow 1992
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Crossley-Holland, Kevin (1982) The Anglo-Saxon World, An Anthology. Including the complete Beowulf. 2. The Finnesburh Fragment
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Douglas, David Charles and Greenaway, George William (1995) English Historical Documents, 1042-1189. (Google Books Preview) ? ? Douglas & Greenaway 1995
Garnet (1912) Beowulf & Fight at Finnsburg. Beowulf & Fight at Finnsburg Unknown Garnet 1912
Gem, S. Harvey (1912) An Anglo-Saxon abbot. Ælfric of Eynsham, A Study. (Available Online)

Aelric's Grammar and Glossary (part) pp.49-50
The Catholic Homilies (parts) pp.67-71, 82-83, 94-98, 112-140
Lives of the Saints (part) pp.79-80, 141-165
The Pastoral Epistle (part) pp.80-82
Life of athelwold pp.166-181
A Colloquy For Boys pp.182-195

Aelfric of Eynsham Gem 1912
Giles, J. A. (1847) William of Malmesbury’s Chronicle. Kings of England from the earliest period to the reign of King Stephen 1125AD. Kings of England from the earliest period to the reign of King Stephen William of Malmesbury Giles 1847
Giles, J. A. (1848) Six Old English Chronicles. Ethelwerd, Asser's Life of Alfred, Geoffry of Monmouth, Gildas, Nennius & Richard of Cirencester. 1. The Chronicle of Fabius Ethelwerd from the beginning of the world to the year of our Lord 975. pp.1-42
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4. The works of Gildas, surnamed "Sapiens," or the wise. pp.295-382
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6. Richard of Cirencester on the Ancient state of Britain. pp.420-494
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2. Asser of Saint David's (c.)
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A Colloquy For Boys

Aelfric of Eynsham Watkins 2010