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Asser"s life of King Alfred

Asser

Asser"s life of King Alfred

together withthe Annals of Saint Neots erroneously ascribed to Asser

by Asser

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alfred, -- King of England.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited with introduction and commentary by William Henry Stevenson.
    ContributionsNeots, Saint., Stevenson, William Henry.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16479557M


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Description. The Life of King Alfred by Bishop Asser is the earliest known source about an Anglo-Saxon king, a king often known today as ‘Alfred the Great’ (r. – CE). Who was Asser. Asser was a Welshman from St David’s, who later became Bishop of Sherborne.

His name is Hebrew, from the Old Testament figure of Aser (Asher), the 8th son of Jacob (Genesis 13). Asser's life of King Alfred by Asser, John, d. ; Cook, Albert S. (Albert Stanburrough), Publication date [c] Topics Alfred, King of England, Publisher Boston, New York: Ginn & company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California LibrariesPages: Alfred marries.^ — In the year of our Lord's incarna- tionwhich was the twentieth of King Alfred's life, the aforesaid revered King Alfred, then occupying only the rank of viceroy (secundarii), betrothed^ and espoused a noble Mercian lady,* daughter of ^thelred, surnamed Mucin, Ealdorman of the Gaini.^ The mother of this lady was named.

This book is a valuable and fascinating resource shedding light on the life and career on King Alfred of Wessex, who became known (in my opinion deservedly so) in later centuries as ‘The Great’. In the simplest level the main body of the book is simple an account of Alfred’s reign, written by the Welsh monk, Asser/5(25).

Asser’s Life of King Alfred, written inis a revealing account of one of the greatest of medieval kings. Composed by a monk of St David’s in Wales who became Bishop of Sherborne in Alfred’s service and worked with him in his efforts to revive religion and learning in his kingdom, this life is among the earliest surviving royal biographies.3/5(6).

Asser is most famous for his The Life of King Alfred, written inwhich is one of the first biographies of a ruler in English history. It is also the source of most of contemporary historians' knowledge of Alfred's life and rule.

The book, Alfred the Great, contains an introduction that explains the details of Alfred's life. Asser's Life of King Alfred by John Asser,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Asser's Life of King Alfred: John Asser: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Asser's "Life" differs also in its use of Latin, not the vernacular that most sources from Alfred's reign are written in. In the year of our Lord's incarnation the eight hundred and seventy-eighth, andthe thirtieth from King Alfred's birth, the oft-mentioned army left Exeter andcame to Chippenham, a royal vill located in the north of Wiltshire.

In Asser wrote a biography of Alfred, called the Life of King Alfred. The Asser (died c. ) was a Welsh monk from St David's, Dyfed, who became Bishop of Sherborne in the s. About he was asked by Alfred the Great to leave St David's and join the circle of learned men whom Alfred was recruiting for his court/5.

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xx, $ isbn - volume 36 issue 1 - richard abels. Alfred the Great: Asser's Life of King Alfred & Other Contemporary Sources by John Asser, Anonymous Estimated delivery business days Format Paperback Condition Brand New Description As king of Wessex, he strove to emulate those kings of the past who, in his own words, had &#;succeeded both in warfare and in wisdom&#;/5().

Asser’s Life of King Alfred follows Alfred’s career from his birth to his accession inand describes in detail his reign and his wars, stopping abruptly in12 years before Alfred’s death.

For historical events, it draws largely on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. PREFACE The issue of Stevenson's long and eagerly expected edition of Asser's Life of King Alfred has provided an opportunity to supply the ever increasing number of the great king's admirers with a more satisfactory rendering into English of this, perhaps the most precious document, notwithstanding all its faults, for the comprehension of his life and : Albert S.

Cook. Though most of the public events recorded in this book are to be found in the Saxon Chronicle, yet for many interesting circumstances in the life of our great Saxon king we are indebted to this biography alone.

But, as if no part of history is ever to be free from suspicion, or. Stevenson’s edition of Asser’s Life of King Alfred, comprising the Latin text and copious notes. An article by Dorothy Whitelock surveys the debate on the authenticity of the work.

"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(). PREFACE The issue of Stevenson's long and eagerly expected edition of Asser's Life of King Alfred has provided an opportunity to supply the ever increasing number of the great king's admirers with a more satisfactory rendering into English of this, perhaps the most precious document, notwithstanding all its faults, for the comprehension of his life and : Kindle.

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This account of one of England's best loved and most famous kings has been accepted as offering evidence on most aspects of life in early medieval England and beyond.

It was used in Victorian times to create a 'Cult' of Alfred. Asser’s Life of King Alfred, written inis a revealing account of one of the greatest of medieval kings. Composed by a monk of St David’s in Wales who became Bishop of Sherborne in Alfred’s service and worked with him in his efforts to revive religion and learning in his kingdom, this life is among the earliest surviving royal biographies.

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Just tonight I learnt an amazing thing about Alfred’s name. Alfred the Great was born inbecame king of Wessex in and died in J.H. Round, on page of his book “Feudal England”, states that he has found dozens of examples of Early. Alfred the Great by Asser,download free ebooks, Download free PDF EPUB ebook.

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Asser's Life of King Alfred and Other Contemporary Sources. by Asser. avg. rating Ratings. This comprehensive collection includes Assers Life of Alfred, extracts from The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, and Alfreds own writings, laws, and will. More. The Battle of Buttington was fought in between a Viking army and an alliance of Anglo-Saxons and Welsh.

The annals for reported that a large Viking army had landed in the Lympne Estuary, Kent and a smaller force had landed in the Thames estuary under the command of Danish king Hastein. These were reinforced by ships from the settled Danes of East Anglia Location: Buttington, Powys, Wales.

(22) David Pratt, The Political Thought of King Alfred the Great () page (23) Patrick Wormald, Alfred the Great: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography () (24) Barbara Yorke, History Today (10th November, ) (25) A. L. Morton, A People's History of England () page 35 (26) John Assler, The Life of Alfred the Great ().King Alfred the Great was about fifty at the time of his death, and has been dead for about 1, years.

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