The Anglo Saxon Version of the Life of St Guthlac Hermit of Crowland

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The Anglo Saxon Version of the Life of St Guthlac Hermit of Crowland
Saint Legend Guthlac
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Wright's interesting work entitled, St. Patrick's Purgatory, for an account of the \isions of that saint, and others of a similar character, which belong to the age of Guthlac.
Paye 42, line 7. Cenred began to reign a. D. 704, and in a. D. 709 went to Rome, where he ended his days.
Ibid, line 20. Afyldon.
The original runs : Ilium vcro intercipientes, acutis bastarum spiculis in auras levare coeperuut. I am doubtful whether afyldon should be translated " they filled" or " they felled, " but hav
...e adopted the latter meaning.
Page 44, line 22. )?wean. It may be proper to observe that the original has nothing equivalent to the words, j^aet he bine wolde }jwean, which would seem to imply that Guthlac's ablutions took place only every twenty days. The Latin is : Ut assolebat, post bis denos dierum cursus tonderare deve- nisset.
Page 46, line G. >a dca)?-bereudan waiter. Several neuters of the third declension in el, en, er, or, which should regularly form their nominative and accusative plural in u, are found occasionally (as if belonging to the second declension), making no altera- tion in these cases.


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