- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- List of Figures and Table
- 1 An Introduction to Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World
- 2 Meanings of Timber and Stone in Anglo-Saxon Building Practice
- 3 The Sophistication of Late Anglo-Saxon Timber Buildings
- 4 References to Timber Building Materials in Old English Place-Names
- 5 The Wooden Drinking Vessels in the Sutton Hoo Assemblage
- 6 The <i>Exeter Book Riddles</i>’ Precarious Insights into Wooden Artefacts
- 7 <i>Brungen of Bearwe</i>: Ploughing Common Furrows in Exeter Book Riddle 21, <i>The Dream of the Rood</i>, and the <i>Æcerbot Charm</i>
- 8 Breaking the Mould: Solving the Old English Riddle 12 as <i>Wudu</i> ‘Wood’
- 9 What is a ‘World Tree’, and Should We Expect to Find One Growing in Anglo-Saxon England?
- 10 Holy Beams: Anglo-Saxon Cult Sites and the Place-Name Element <i>Bēam</i>
- 11 Recasting the Role of Sacred Trees in Anglo-Saxon Spiritual History: The South Sandbach Cross ‘Ancestors of Christ’ Panel in its Cultural Contexts
- 12 Christianity and the ‘Sacred Tree’
- Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World
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