Article published In:Unity and Diversity in West Germanic, II
Edited by Hans Frede Nielsen † and Patrick V. Stiles
[NOWELE 66:2] 2013
► pp. 127–140
Though Old English (OE) was never completely uniform, it was demonstrably the language of a single speech community (in a broad sense) until about the 8th century CE. It therefore makes sense to treat OE as a single language for philological purposes.
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