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In panic some of the English warriors desert. The Battle of Maldon. Additional Information. The names of the deserters are carefully recorded in the poem along with the names and genealogies of the loyal retainers who stand fast to avenge Byrhtnoth’s death. The 325-line fragment ends with the rallying speech of the old warrior Byrhtwold (here in modern English): Mind must be firmer, heart the more fierce, Courage the greater, as our strength. English Department at the University of Georgia - The Battle of Maldon - A Heroic Poem. Article Contributors.
Using the Dictionary of Old English Corpus, it examines the most prominent Old English terms of nominal address .
Using the Dictionary of Old English Corpus, it examines the most prominent Old English terms of nominal address associated with polite or courteous behaviour, their distribution, the typical communicative settings in which they are used and their basic pragmatic meaning. Thus, by the means of its excellent state of preservation, the Leeds high saddle sheds some light on the jousts and tourneys on high saddles, once so popular and plentiful in what remains of the civilian iconography of the late fourteenth- and the fifteenth-century Germanic world.
The Wanderer is an Old English poem preserved only in an anthology known as the Exeter Book, a manuscript dating from the late 10th century. It counts 115 lines of alliterative verse. As is often the case in Anglo-Saxon verse, the composer and compiler are anonymous, and within the manuscript the poem is untitled. The date of the poem is impossible to determine, but it must have been composed and written before the Exeter Book.
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The Battle of Maldon" is the name conventionally given to a surviving 325-line fragment of Old English poetry
The Battle of Maldon" is the name conventionally given to a surviving 325-line fragment of Old English poetry. Linguistic study has led to the conjecture that initially the complete poem was transmitted orally, then in a lost manuscript in the East Saxon dialect and now survives as a fragment in the West Saxon form, possibly that of a scribe active at the Monastery of Worcester late in the 11th century. It is fortuitous that this was attached at an. early date to a very notable manuscript, Asser's Life of King Alfred, which undoubtedly assisted in its survival.