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Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos, 2003: Specified subjects and set texts

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The Faculty Board of English give notice of the following specified subjects and set texts for the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos, 2003:

Part I

Papers 4 and 5.

As for 2002 (see p. 841).

Paper 6. Old Norse language and literature (also serves as Paper 11 of Part I and Paper 17 of Part II of the English Tripos)

A selection from the following:

Excerpts from Kormaks saga, Bjarnar saga hítdœlakappa and Heimskringla in Anthony Faulkes, ed., A New Introduction to Old Norse (London, 2000); Völuspá, Þrymskviða, Guðrúnarqviða II and Hamðismál in Gustav Neckel and Hans Kuhn, ed., Edda. Die Lieder des Codex regius nebst verwandten Denkmälern, 5th ed. (Heidelberg, 1983); Snorri Sturluson, Edda. Prologue and Gylfaginning, ed. Anthony Faulkes (Oxford, 1982).

Papers 7 and 8

As for 2002 (see p. 842).

Part II

The Faculty Board of English give notice of the following specified subjects:

Paper 1. The Anglo-Saxon Chancery

Paper 2. The Coming of Christianity

Paper 3. Saints and their cults in Celtic lands

Paper 4. Aldhelm of Malmesbury

Paper 5. Beowulf

Paper 12. The Norman Conquest of Britain.

Set texts for Papers 6, 7, and 8

As for 2002 (see p. 842).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 20 June 2001
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