|10.00||Coffee on arrival|
|10.15||The Old English Calendar|
|11.30||The Old English Yuletide|
|14:00||What has Ingeld to do with Christ?|
|15:15||Christmas at Camelot –Sir Gawain and the Green Knight|
Sam Newton was awarded his Ph.D in 1991 and his first book, The Origins of Beowulf was published in 1993. He is a Director of Wuffing Education and Time Team historian and has been researching, lecturing, and writing on Wuffing and Early Medieval Studies for many years. His latest book, The Reckoning of King Rædwald, was published in 2003.
Anderson, E.R., “The Seasons of the Year in Old English”Anglo-Saxon England 26 (1997), pp.321-263.
Barron, W.R.J. (ed. & tr.), Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: text and facing translation (Manchester 1974).
Bengtsson, Frans G., The Long Ships, trans. M.Meyer (London 1954, 1956).
Harrison, K., The Framework of Anglo-Saxon History to AD900 (Cambridge 1976), pp.1-14.
Meaney, A.L., "Bede and Anglo-Saxon Paganism", Parergon ns 3 (1985), pp.1-29, especially pp.2-8.
Mitchell, B., An Invitation to Old English and Anglo-Saxon England (Blackwell 1994).
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