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tashabear
tashabear
someone save me from local public libraries
*headdesk*

Of the 12 titles that match a keyword search using "anglo-saxon," seven are fiction and one is Beowulf.  None of these have anything to do with Anglo-Saxon art, which is what I was really looking for.  For some odd reason, a general search for Anglo-Saxon (not limited to Methuen) pulls up the movie Animal House.  Buh?  Dammit, those were togas, not tunics!

Holy crap.  Lawrence Public Library has a book on Sutton Hoo!  Will wonders never cease.

There is one copy of Dress in Anglo-Saxon England in the Boston Public Library sytem, and it's at Copley Square.  (There's a new edition coming out, but I'm a bit pressed for time...)  It actually looks like that might be the only copy in the whole Commonwealth.

Fuckit.  Bed.

i feel: annoyed annoyed

1 trip or shoot the rapids
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From: nutter4 Date: September 3rd, 2004 02:11 am (UTC) (base camp)
If it's any consolation, there's only one copy of DiASE in Kent libraries - and I have it. >:D

Can you not get it from elsewhere on inter-library loan?
1 trip or shoot the rapids