The Electronic Beowulf is an image-based edition of Beowulf, the great Old English poem surviving in the British Library in a composite codex known as Cotton Vitellius A. xv. It won the 2001 Beatrice White Prize awarded by the English Association (United Kingdom) “for outstanding scholarly work in the field of English Literature before 1590.”The main page of Electronic Beowulf is the gateway to everything inside, including this Help. You must have clicked the word OPEN on the spine of the book to start the program and arrive here.

In addition to digital images of the Beowulf Manuscript, Electronic Beowulf includes images of Cotton Vitellius A. xv, indispensable eighteenth-century transcriptions, copies of the 1815 first edition with early nineteenth-century collations of the manuscript, a comprehensive glossarial index, and a new edition and transcript, both with search facilities.

 

 

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