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dictionary of old English plant names

Anglo-Saxon dictionary by Joseph Bosworth & supplement by Thomas Northcote Toller (1921) or other version & other version

Concise Anglo-Saxon dictionary by John Clark Hall (1916) or other version

Student’s dictionary of Anglo-Saxon by Henry Sweet (1897)

English-Anglo-Saxon vocabulary by Walter Skeat (1879)

Contributions to old English lexicography by Arthur Napier (1906)

Altenglisches flurnamenbuch: place names in old English, by Heinrich Middendorff (1902)

Die altenglischen Fischnamen: fish names in old English, by Johann Jakob Köhler (1906)

Die altenglischen Namen der Insekten, Spinnentiere und Krustentiere: the old English names of insects, spiders and shellfishes, by John Van Zandt Cortelyou (1906)

An eight-century Latin-Anglo-Saxon glossary edited by Jan Hendrik Hessels (1890)

Anglo-Saxon and Old English vocabularies by Thomas Wright & Richard Paul Wülker (1884) : Vocabularies & Indices

Old English language

Old English keyboard to type the special characters of the Old English alphabet

introduction to Old English

Old English course

Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers (1903)

Angelsächsische Grammatik (1898)

Book for the beginner in Anglo-Saxon, comprising a short grammar, some selections from the gospels, and a parsing glossary, by John Earle (1879)

Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon and early English by Hiram Corson (1871)

Manual of Anglo-Saxon for beginners, comprising a grammar, reader, and glossary, with explanatory notes, by Samuel Shute (1869)

Ælfrics Grammatik und Glossar: Ælfric’s grammar & glossary, by Julius Zupitza (1880) (in Latin)

Texts & Literature
Anglo-Saxon literature by John Earle (1884)
Anglo-Saxon reader with notes & glossary, by John Wyatt (1919)

Anglo-Saxon reader with notes & glossary, by James Bright (1917)

Anglo-Saxon reader in prose and verse, with grammar, metre, notes & glossary, by Henry Sweet (1894)

Second Anglo-Saxon reader, archaic and dialectal (1887)

Introduction to Anglo-Saxon, an Anglo-Saxon reader, with philological notes, a brief grammar, and a vocabulary, by Francis March (1896)

A first book in old English, grammar, reader, notes, and vocabulary, by Albert Cook (1900)

Selections from the old English Bede, with text and vocabulary on an early West Saxon basis, by Walter John Sedgefield (1917)

Beowulf in old English & translation in contemporary English

Beowulf by Albert Haley (1978)

Beowulf: manuscript & text, with notes, by Julius Zupitza (1882)