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Browsing publications by Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley.

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Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Putting Northumberland names on the map: insights from the Ordnance Survey Name Books c. 1860.2022
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Northumberland Name Books2021
Colm O'Brien
Max Adams
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
King Ceolwulf's land grants to St Cuthbert and their loss in the ninth century.2018
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
[Editions of poetry by:] Arnórr jarlaskáld Thórdarson; Gizurr svarti; Glúmr Geirason; Sigvatr Thórdarson; Skapti Thóroddsson; Thórálfr; Thórdr mauraskáld.2017
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
'A far-travelled word: Old Norse skeid 'racecourse, running track' in early literature and place-names2017
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
'Lexical heritage in Northumberland: a toponymic field-walk'2017
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Recent publications on Northumberland place-names2017
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Northumberland Name Books — People and Places c.18602016
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
The other millennium: English place-naming after the Norman Conquest2014
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Richard Jones and Sarah Semple (eds), Sense of Place in Anglo-Saxon England2013
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Poetry from the Kings' Sagas 1: From Mythical Times to c. 10352012
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Scarborough Revisited2010
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Arnórr jarlaskáld Thórdarson2009
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Kormáks saga and the naming of Scarborough - a likely story?2009
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Thjódólfr Arnórsson2009
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Watching for magpies in English place-names2008
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Reconstructing skaldic encomia: Discourse features in Thjodolfr's 'Magnus verses'2007
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
A dictionary of Lake District place-names2006
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Skaldic flexibility: discourse features in eleventh-century encomia2006
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Skaldic Poetry2005
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Dr Kate Heslop
Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages: Editors' Manual2005
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
The Semantics of Stöng / Stang2005
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Arnórr jarlaskáld, earls' propagandist? On the techniques and social functions of skaldic eulogy2003
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Icelandic sagas2003
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Sagas of Icelanders [The Icelandic Family Sagas]2003
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
The “Conversion Verses” in Hallfredar saga: Authentic voice of a reluctant Christian?2003
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Óláfsdrápur2002
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Symposium on Skaldic Editing, Snorrastofa, Reykholt, Iceland, May, 20012002
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Symposium on Skaldic editing. Snorrastofa, Reykholt, Iceland, Friday 4th-Sunday 6th May, 20012002
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Snorri Sturluson: Heimskringla2001
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
The Art and Craft of the Skaldic Stanza2001
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Trusmadoor and Other Cumbrian 'Pass' Words2001
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
A useful past: historical writing in medieval Iceland2000
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Myth and Religion in the Poetry of a Reluctant Convert2000
Emeritus Professor Diana Whaley
Representations of Skalds in the Sagas 1: Social and Professional Relations2000