4 October 10-12 – Old High German Ludwigslied

  • An edition of the Ludwigslied by Elias Steinmeyer can be found here
  • An earlier edition which Steinmeyer discards can be found here
  • Another edition of the poem in Wright’s Primer can be found here; the book includes a glossary
  • The manuscript can be found digitised here (it runs from the lower part of 141v to the upper part of 143r)
  • For the Sequence of St. Eulalia, which immediately precedes our text in the MS, a heavily glossed text can be found here
  • The Sequence is read in a reconstructed pronunciation here
  • Köbler’s Althochdeutsches Wörterbuch can serve as a free, online glossary

17 July 15-17 – Old Norse Atlakviða (The Lay of Atli)

  • An edition of the Poetic Edda in manuscript spelling by Sophus Bugge can be found here
  • A very recent edition in normalized spelling and facing-page translation (Atlakviða p. 657, text from 662) by Edward Pettit can be found here
  • And here is Nelson Goering’s own translation of the poem
  • For vocabulary, the Lexicon Poeticum and the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose may both be useful. There are also a number of older glossaries to German editions, such as that by Gering & Sijmons

21 June 10-12 – Old Saxon Heliand (lines 503-535)

  • An edition of these lines from MSS S, C, and M can be found here
  • Sievers’ edition of C and M is available here
  • Köbler’s Altsächsisches Wörterbuch can serve as a free, online glossary

31 May 10-12 – Old High German Wessobrunn Prayer, Mersburg Charms

  • An edition of the Wessobunn Prayer provided by our very own Nelson Goering can be found here
  • An edition of the Mereseburg Charms by Elias Steinmeyer can be found here
  • Köbler’s Althochdeutsches Wörterbuch can serve as a free, online glossary

10 May 10-12 – Old High German Hildebrandslied 

26 April 10-12 – Old Norse Fagrskinna

  • The relevant excerpt of the text as in Faulkes (Ed., 2011), A new introduction to Old Norse, published by the Viking Society for Northern Research, can be found here (pp. 61-84)
  • A useful glossary which accompanies the texts in Faulkes (Ed., 2011) can be found here