Anglo-Saxon Appetites: Food and Drink and Their Consumption in Old English and Related Literature
In examining the treatment of food and drink and eating and drinking, Food and Drink in Anglo-Saxon Britain focuses centrally on Old English poetry but also refers extensively to the prose and to texts in other early Germanic languages and in Latin.
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FOOD DRINK AND FEAST IN ANGLOSAXON
EATING AND EATERS
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Alcuin analogues Andreas Anglo-Saxon England animals associated Bede Beowulf bitter drinks blood Bradley bread cannibalism Catholic Homilies CCSL Christ Clemoes culture death discussed drunkenness drync eating and drinking eucharist Exeter Book feast flesh food and drink forswelgan fretan fyllo Genesis Germanic gluttony Grendel Grendel's mother hall Heliand Heorot heroic hlaf Holy homiletic human hunger ibid imagery inebriation Ingeld jElfric Lapidge Latin lines literature meal mentioned Mermedonians metaphor miracle motif Old English poem Old English poetry Old English prose Old English texts Old English version Old Norse paere paet passage poet poetic ponne priests purh reference to food references to eating Riddle Saxon scene Seafarer Seasons for Fasting secular social Solomon and Saturn Soul and Body spiritual suggests sustenance symbolic theme Thorpe tion tradition trans translation Vercelli vernacular Waltharius warriors wine wiste wolf wolves word worms writes Wulf Wulf and Eadwacer Wulfstan