Two compounds in the old English and old Norse versions of the prose Phoenix

Pons-Sanz, S.M. 2007. Two compounds in the old English and old Norse versions of the prose Phoenix. Arkiv för Nordisk Filologi. 122, pp. 137-156.

TitleTwo compounds in the old English and old Norse versions of the prose Phoenix
AuthorsPons-Sanz, S.M.
JournalArkiv för Nordisk Filologi
Journal citation122, pp. 137-156
ISSN0066-7668
Year2007
Publication dates
Published2007

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