Oxford University opens Anglo-Saxon archive to online submissions | Alison Flood
Public invited to contribute to Project Woruldhord, a free online library relating to Old English and the Anglo-Saxons
Widespread interest in last year's discovery of a hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold in Staffordshire has prompted Oxford University to embark on a mission to create the world's largest online archive about the period.
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