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Book
Lapidge M.  2006.  The Anglo-Saxon Library.
Brown JN, Russell DAlfano.  2012.  Barking Abbey and Medieval Literary Culture: Authorship and Authority in a Female Community.
Leyser H.  2016.  Beda: A Journey Through the Seven Kingdoms in the Age of Bede.
Harris SJ.  2016.  Bede and Æthelthryth: An Introduction to Christian Latin Poetics.
Crépin A., Lapidge M., Monat P., Robin P..  2005.  Bède le Vénérable: Histoire Ecclésiastique du Peuple Anglais. Sources Chrétiennes. vols. 489 (HE Books 1–2), 490 (HE Books 3–4), and 491 (Book 5)
DeGregorio S.  2006.  Bede: On Ezra and Nehemiah. Translated with an introduction and notes by Scott DeGregorio.. Translated Texts for Historians 47.
Colgrave B, Mynors R.A.B..  1979.  Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People.
Wallace-Hadrill J.M..  1988.  Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People: A Historical Commentary.
Garforth F.W..  1967.  Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica.
Colgrave B, McClure J, Collins R.  2008.  Bede: The Ecclesiastical History of the English People. Oxford World Classics.
Mayr-Harting H.  1972.  The Coming of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England.
Giles J.A..  1843.  The Complete Works of Venerable Bede, in the original Latin, collated with the Manuscripts, and various printed editions, and accompanied by a new English translation of the Historical Works, and a Life of the Author.
McGuire BPatrick.  1988.  Friendship and Community: The Monastic Experience, 350–1250.
Druhan D.R..  1938.  The Syntax of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica. Catholic University Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin. 8
Druhan D.R..  1938.  The Syntax of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica. Catholic University Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Latin. 8
Kleinschmidt H.  2000.  Understanding the Middle Ages: The Transformation of Ideas and Attitudes in the Medieval World.
Plummer C.  1896.  Venerabilis Baedae Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum Historia.
Book Chapter
DeGregorio S, DeGregorio S.  2010.  Bede and the Old Testament. The Cambridge Companion to Bede. :127–141.
Kendall CB, Murphy JJ.  1978.  Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica: The Rhetoric of Faith. Medieval Eloquence: Studies in the Theory and Practice of Medieval Rhetoric. :145–172.
Shanzer D, Hall FM.  2007.  Bede’s Style: A Neglected Historiographical Model for the Style of the Historia Ecclesiastica? Source of Wisdom: Old English and Early Medieval Studies in Honour of Thomas D. Hill. :329–352.
Stancliffe C, Wormald P, Bullough DA, Collins R.  1983.  Kings Who Opted Out. Ideal and reality in Frankish and Anglo-Saxon society : studies presented to J.M. Wallace-Hadrill. :154-176.
Brown GH, Boitano P, Torti A.  1993.  The Meaning of Interpres in Aldhelm and Bede. Interpretation: Medieval and Modern. :43–65.
Hays G, Hexter RJ, Townsend D.  2012.  Prose Style. The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Latin Literature. :217–238.
Tunberg T, Mantello F, Rigg AG.  1996.  Prose Styles and Cursus. Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide. :111–121.
Wetherbee W, Farrell RT.  1978.  Some Implications of Bede’s Latin Style. Bede and Anglo-Saxon England: Papers in honor of the 1300th anniversary of the birth of Bede, given at Cornell University in 1973 and 1974. :23–31.

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