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Concordance to anglo-saxon prognostics

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This appendix section is a concordance to the indexation of prognostics in some of the major catalogues, manuals and bibliographies of Old English. The first column represents the numbers the author has assigned to the prognostics. The other columns contain references to Ker's Catalogue of Manuscripts; the Cameron number and short title for the Dictionary of Old English [DOE]; Quinn and Quinn's A Manual of Old English Prose [Q&p;Q]; Voigts and Kurtz's Scientific and Medical Writings in Old and Middle English [V&p;K]; and, finally, the series Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile [ASMMF]. The Old English prognostics have also been listed in Hollis and Wright's Old English Prose of Secular Learning.

Keywords: Anglo-Saxon prognostics; Concordance; Hollis; Old English prose; Wright



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