By the Sun, the Stars, and the Moon: Anglo-Saxon Heathen Time-keeping

Háliggyld Books is happy to abann the printing of its latest publication: By the Sun, the Stars, and the Moon: Anglo-Saxon Heathen Time-keeping by Þórbeorht Ealdorblótere.

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By the Sun, the Stars and the Moon offers the reader an overview of how Anglo-Saxon heathens kept time before Christianity introduced the Roman calendar. Found within its pages are reference charts for the times of the day, days of the week, months of the year, and seasons of the year. Also included are Þórbeorht’s translation of Bede’s “De mensibus Anglorum” (“The Months of the English”) and the Ealdríce’s reconstruction of the Anglo-Saxon lunisolar calendar for every year of the current Metonic cycle (2010 to 2028).

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