Three Northumbrian poems: Caedmon's Hymn, Bede's Death song, and the Leiden riddle. Edited by A. H. Smith.
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Leiden riddle. 1968.
West Saxon riddle. 1968.
English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Dialects -- Northumbria (Kingdom)
English poetry -- Old English, ca. 450-1100.
Methuen's Old English library: poetic texts ; v. 5.
x, 54 p. 19 cm.
Each text is given in two versions; the Northumbrian one and a later version or a West Saxon one. The Leiden riddle is a version by an unknown poet of Aldhelm's Latin riddle, De lorica; the West Saxon riddle which accompanies it is the 35th riddle of the Exeter book.
Reprint of the 1933 London ed.
Bibliography: p. 48-50.
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