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Abbo, 35, 159.

Abelard, 210.

Acircius—i.e., King Aldfrith of
Northumberland, 140.

Adamnan, 146-150; vision of, 72.

AElfric, 36, 311.

Agobard of Lyons, 161.

Allo King of the Lombards,

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Alcuin, 86, 151-153, 172.
Aldfrith, King of Northumberland,
140, 143.
Aldhelm, 34, 91, 139-141.
Alexander, Romance of, 68, 309;
his Epistle to Aristotle, 68; old
English version of, 310.
Alexis, St, 348.
Alfred, King, 116, 308-310.
Allegory, 27 sqq.
Alvássmál, 276.
Ambrose, St, 205 sqq.
Andreas. See Cynewulf.
Aneurin, 334.
Angantyr, 226, 296.
Angilbert, 154.
Anglo-Saxon poetry,247-267; prose,
307-312.
Anthology, the Greek, 346.
Apollonius of Tyre, 68, 310.
Apuleius, 34, 41.
Arabic literature, 14.
Ari the Wise, 315.
Aristotle, 304.
Arnold, Matthew, on Celtic mytho-
logy, 59.

Arthur, King, 63, 336.

Asser, 177, 309.
**: it, 41, 207 sqq., 310.

Ausonius, 122, 124.

Bacchylides, 282.

Balder, 55, 281.
Barbour, quoted, 75.
Barlaam and Josaphat, 73.
Barmby, Beatrice Helen, 307.
Bartsch, Karl, 218.
Baudelaire, Charles, 210.

Bo 33, 40, 141-146, 200, 204,

310.
Biarkamál, 297.
Bible, as source of romance, 65.
Benedict, St., 119, 137.
Beowulf, 82, 250-254.
Berengar, King of Italy, 183.
Bernard de Ventadour, 8, 329.
Bernlef, the Frisian harper (in Alt-
frid's, Vita Liudgeri, c. 840), 79.
Blake, his Marriage of Heaven and
Hell, 103.
Blickling Homilies, 311.
Blome, Richard, 33.
Boccaccio, 37, 42, 135.
Bous, 40, 101, 103-117, 309, 317,
Boniface, St, 150.
Brandan, St, 62.
Brigit, St, 341.
Browne, Sir Thomas, quoted, 87.
Browning, Robert, 214.
Brunehild, 122, 127.

Brynhild, 282, 291.

Buddha, 73.

Budge, Dr Wallis, on Alexander, 69.

Butler, Samuel, his Commonplace
Book quoted, 73.

Byrht moth, 254.

Byron quoted, 43.

Caedmon, 255.
Campbell, J. F., 91, 340.
Carelmanning, a tune, 221.
Carlyle, on the Edda, 48.
Carolan the Bard, 79.
Cassiodorus, 101, 117-119.
Celtic literature, 15, 58, 319-342.
Cerball, Song of the Sworl of 331.
Cervantes, on prose epic, 79.
Chapelain, on the Dark Ages, 3 ;
his allegory, 31.
Chapman, George, quoted, 109.
Charles the Bald, Emperor, 174.
Charles the Fat, Emperor, 175.
Charles the Great, Emperor (Char-
lemagne), 150 sqq., 219, 350, 354.
Chaucer, 63, 69, 109, 116.
Chilperic, 127, 129.
Chronicle, The English, 308 sq.
Cicero, Somnium Scipionis, 27, 70.
Claudian, 43.
Clothair II., ballad of, 75.
Clovis, 117, 126.
Columba, St, 146 sqq., 210, 329.
Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Em-
peror, 184, 344. -
Cormac MacLethan, 149.
Corpus Poeticum Boreale, 77, 164,
305, passim.
Craigie, Mr W. A., 229.
Cuchulinn, 60, 81,322.
coopert King of the Lombards,
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D'Ancona, Alessandro, 106.
Daniel, Samuel, his Defence of
Ryme, quoted, 19.
Daniel (Anglo-Saxon), 261.
Dante, 40, 105, 113, 161.
Dart, Song of the (Gray's Fatal
Sisters), 298.
Deirdre, 326.
Deor's Lament, 233,254 sq.
Dialogue in mediaeval literature,86.
Digenis Akritas, 344 sq.

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Gisl Illugason, poet, 300.
Gododin, 335.
Goldsmith on the Obscure Ages, 2;
on Carolan the Bard, 79.
Gollancz, Professor, 229.
Gormond and Isembart, 350.
Gothic language, 307.
Gottscalc, 161,217.
Gray, 285.
Greek literature, 342-347.
Gregory of Tours, 102, 125-130.
Gregory the Great, 24, 132-138,
309, 310.
Grimm, 226, 263.
Grimnismál, 276.
Grimwald, King of the Lombards,
168-170.
Gripisspá, 290.
Gudrun, 292 sqq.
Guest, Lady Charlotte, 336.
Gui de Basoches, 215.
Gunther. See Waltharius.
Gunthram, King of the Franks,
165.
Guthlac. See Cynewulf.

Hadwig, niece of Otho the Great,
177, 196 sq.
Hagen. See Waltharius.
“Hague Fragment,” 349 sq.
Hákonarmál, 300.
Harald (Hardrada), 307.
Harald, King of Norway (Fair-
hair), 300.
Harald, King of the Danes, 158.
Hariulf, 351.
Harrowing of Hell, 66.
Hatch, Dr, Hibbert Lectures, 31.
“Hauk's Book,” 313.
Hávamál, 270-274.
Heidrek, King, 91.
Heimskringlu (Lives of the Kings
of Norway), preface quoted, 77.
Helgi, 287-290.
Heliand, 245-247; and the Saxon
Genesis, 256 sqq.
Heroic poetry, 73-86, 232 sqq., 249,
349 sqq.
Hervor, 296.
Heusler, Professor, 281, 283.
Hialmar, Northern hero, 295.
“Hibernicus Exul,” 154, 216.
Hickes, George, his Thesaurus,

18, 295

Hildebrand, 229, 237 sqq.
Hildefonsus of Toledo, 139.
Hildegund. See Waltharius.
Hincmar of Rheims, 162.
Hisperica Famina, 35, 131.
Hlod and Angantyr (Icelandic), 82.
Hodgkin, Mr Thomas, 118.
Homer, 51, 81 sqq., 87, 247.
Horn, the golden, 232.
Hornklofi, 300.
Hous Maurus, 139, 160, 217,
3.
Howth. nun of Gandersheim,
Hrungnir, 52.
Hugh, abbot, son of Charles the
Great, 214.
Hugh, King of Italy, 183.
Hugo, Victor, his poem of Nemrod
(La Fin de Satan), 69.
Hyndla, Lay of, 279.
Icelandic poetry, 248, 267-307;
prose, 312-316.
Irish literature, 319-332.
Isidore of Seville, 138.
Ivar Ingimund's son, poet, 300.

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Paris, Gaston, 73, 90, 351.
Passion, old French, 348.
Paulinus of Aquileia, 213.
Paulus Diaconus (Paul, son of
Warnefrid), 163-171.
Paulus Silentiarius, 346.
Peredwr, 337.
Pervigilium Veneris, 203.
Petrarch, his allegory, 31.
Philip of Macedon, 344.
Phoenix', 262, 265.
Photius, 347.
Physiologus, 94.
Piers Plowman, 230 sq., 241.
Placidas, 217 sq., 307.
Plato, 27, 29, 34, 70, 71, 107, 108.
Plummer, Mr Charles, 141, 308.
Poitou, William, Count of, 6, 203,
214, 215.
Pope, on the Dark Ages, 2.
Provençal verse, 6, 7, 203, 215, 348.
Ptochoprodromus, 346.
Pwyll, Prince of Dyved, 288, 338.

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St Gall, Monk of (possibly Notker
Balbulus), author of book on
Charles the Great, 174-177.
Salvius, vision of, 71.
Saaco Grammaticus, 83, 297.
“Saxon Poet” (Poeta Saxo), of the
Court of Charlemagne, 74.
Saxon poetry, 245 sqq.
Scotish Field, an alliterative poem,
231 sq., 234.
Seafarer, 265.
Secundus of Trent, 171.
Sedulius Scottus, 160,216.
“Sequentia,” 218 sqq.
Shakespeare, quoted, 62.
Shetland, 91.
Sidonius Apollinaris, 124.
Sievers, Professor, 228, 256.
Sigurd, 282, 290 sqq.
Sigurd Slembe, 300.
Sigvat, poet, 302.
Skirnismál, 281, 285.
Solomon, Abbot of St Gall, Bishop
of Constance, 193.
Solomon in Middle Ages, 73, 89.
Spanish ballad (Bernardo del Car-
pio), quoted, 82.
Spinoza, 110, 163.
Stokes, Mr Whitley, 341.
Sulpicius Severus, quoted, 24.
Svipdag, 286.
Swift, his Riddles, 90.
Symphosius, 92.

Taliesin, 334, 337.
Tatian in German, 243, 317.
Teutonic verse, 230 sqq.
Theodoric the Great, 112, 117, 137,
238; Didrik of Bern, 237.
Theodorus Prodromus, 345 sq.
Theodulfus, 30, 122, 124, 153,
172.
Theophano, Empress, 184, 198.

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