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Daniel Henry Haigh
(1819–1879)
Noted Victorian scholar of Anglo-Saxon history and literature, as well as a runologist and numismatist

WorksEdit

  • "Norman Tombstone at Coningsborough" in the Archaeological Journal volume 1, pages 354–356 (1845)
  • An essay on the Numismatic history of the ancient kingdom of the East Angles. (1845)
  • "The Saxon Cross at Bewcastle" in Archaeologia Aeliana New Series vol.I. (1857)
  • Notes on the History of S. Begu & S. Hild; and on some relics of antiquity discovered in the sites of the religious establishments founded by them. (1858)
  • The Anglo-Saxon Sagas; an examination of their value as aids to history; a sequel to the "History of the Conquest of Britain by the Saxons" (1861)
  • The Conquest of Britain by the Saxons : a harmony of the "Historia Britonum," the writings of Gildas, the "Brut", and the Saxon chronicle with reference to the events of the fifth and sixth centuries. (1861)
  • "Coins of Alfred the Great" in Numismatic Chronicle vol.10 pp. 19–39. (1870)
  • "The Runic Monuments of Northumbria" in Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society vol.5 pp. 178–217. (1870)
  • "Notes in Illustration of the Runic Monuments of Kent" in Archæologia Cantiana vol.8 pp. 164–270. (1872)
  • "Yorkshire Runic Monuments" in Yorkshire Archaeological Journal vol.2 pp. 252–288. (1873)

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.