Anglo-Saxon England is recognized universally as the foremost regular publication in its field. In fact it
is the only one which consistently embraces all the main aspects of study of Anglo-Saxon history and
culture - linguistic, literary, textual, palaeographic, religious, intellectual, historical, archaeological and
artistic - and which promotes the more unusual interests - in music or medicine or education, for example.
Especially it seeks to exploit the advantages of a broadly based interdisciplinary approach. Each volume
provides a systematic bibliography of all the works published in every branch of Anglo-Saxon studies
during the preceding twelve months. It offers an outlet to both experienced and promising scholars and
welcomes contributions from all over the world.
Material should be submitted to the editor most convenient regionally, except for articles concerning:
archaeology - to be sent to Martin Biddle, Hertford College, Oxford OX1 3BW
art history - to be sent to Richard Gameson, School of History, Rutherford College, University of Kent at
Canterbury, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NX
history, numismatics and onomastics - to be sent to Simon Keynes, Trinity College, Cambridge,
CB2 1TQ (email@example.com)
Anglo-Latin and manuscript studies - to Michael Lapidge, Department of English, University of Notre
Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556 USA (Michael.Lapidge.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Whenever a contribution is sent to England from abroad it should be accompanied by international
coupons to cover the cost of return postage. For the editors' addresses, see the latest issue of Anglo-Saxon
Submission of a paper will be taken to imply that it is unpublished and is not being considered for
publication elsewhere. Upon acceptance of a paper, the author will be asked to assign copyright (on
certain conditions) to Cambridge University Press.
Contributors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce any material in which they do