The "Encyclopaedia" can be consulted for information and bibliographical orientation on points of detail; in addition, its accessible style and layout make it ideal for browsing by readers interested in aspects of Anglo-Saxon England outside the range of their own specialism. Representing the full breadth of recent scholarly investigation, the volume is the first large-scale work of synthesis and reference in the field since Stenton's "Anglo Saxon England" (1943) and is likely to become the standard reference on this subject.
|Paperback Book, 560 pages||English|
|Wiley-Blackwell (Nov. 16th, 2000)||Unknown|
|9780631224921||6.73 x 9.60 x 1.21 inches|
|General British History|