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* City of God, The by St. Augustine of Hippo
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* Codex Amiatinus by John F. Fenlon
"The most celebrated manuscript of the Latin Vulgate Bible, remarkable as the best witness to the true text of St. Jerome and as a fine specimen of medieval calligraphy, now kept at Florence in the Bibliotheca Laurentiana." (Catholic Encyclopedia)

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* Codex Junius 11 by Anonymous
"This file contains translations from the Anglo-Saxon of the following works: "Genesis A", "Genesis B", "Exodus", "Daniel", and "Christ and Satan". All are works found in the manuscript of Anglo-Saxon verse known as "Junius 11" (Oxford, Bodleian Library 5123), which was compiled sometime toward the end of the 10th Century A.D. These works were originally written in Anglo-Saxon, sometime between the 7th and 10th Centuries A.D. Although sometimes ascribed to the poet Caedmon (fl. late 7th Century), it is generally thought that these poems do not represent the work of one single poet."

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* Dream of the Rood, The [NetSERF Select]
Texts are given in four versions: interlaced texts (modern English and Old English together), modern English, Old English and Runic.
English / Old English / Runic /

URL: http://www.flsouthern.edu/academics/eng/abruce/rood/TEXT.HTM         Link Verified by NetSERF: 13 November 2006
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* Theologia Germanica by Anonymous
"This work was discovered and published in 1516 by Martin Luther, who said of it that 'Next to the Bible and St. Augustine, no book has ever come into my hands from which I have learnt more of God and Christ, and man and all things that are.' It has since appealed to Christians of all persuasions." You can read this work in a number of different formats: HTML, PDF, Microsoft Reader, Word, Palm eBook, Plain text, RTF, or Theological Markup Language (XML).

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