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ENG 263: Old English
Writing resources; images and links for studying British literature before 1700
academic (pre-publication) article. "The Old English terms overwhelmingly preferred by insular writers were 'Englisc' or 'Angelcynn.' Since 'Anglo-Saxon' had never been in common use in England, it disappeared entirely following the Norman Conquest,
not reappearing until it was re-coined in the early modern period" (34).