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1890. s. 95–6, 110–1]. London: OUP. Mitchell, Bruce. 1985. Old English Syntax. Oxford: Clarendon. Napier, A. 1887. Ein Altenglisches Leben des Heiligen Chad. Anglia 10: 131–155. Page, Ray I. 1979. More Old English scratched glosses. Anglia 97: 27–45. Rowley, Sharon. 2004. Nostalgia and the rhetoric of lack: The missing exemplar for Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Manuscript 41. ), 11–36. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press. Rowley, Sharon. 2011. The Old English Version of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica [Anglo-Saxon Studies 16].

26v). (24)   wære rihtlic to ongytonne þæt ealle þa þe his willan leornade  worhteon ‘And it was right to understand, that all those who learnt and performed his will…’ (f. 49r). The glossator’s response is interesting, as he is aiming to do two things with his emendation. Not only does the glossator provide the missing final nasal consonant which we might expect him to supply, he also adds an 〈o〉 to the verb ending, giving new readings of mihton, onsendon and worhton, rather than mihten, onsenden, and worhten.

D. dissertation, University of Sheffield. Whitelock, Dorothy. 1962. The Old English Bede. Proceedings of the British Academy 48. Unlikely-looking Old English verb forms Eric Gerald Stanley University of Oxford This paper argues against the sense of certainty which editions and paradigms of Old English may have given us, texts emended quite often with several editors in agreement based on grammars now almost always unanimous in general and in detail. The manuscripts in which the texts have come down to us contain many rare forms of words, and these, especially when unique, may invite emendation to eliminate what is not easily explained.

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