Thesaurus / asser
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For instructors indeed he could find only a few Mercian prelates and priests, with one Welsh bishop, Asser.
So Asser went to England, and became during six months in the year Alfred's constant friend and teacher.
It became very well known, and is also found in Asser and the Textus Roffensis.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
Asser has been used with caution, where his information seems to be really contemporary.
EARLY BRITAINGRANT ALLEN
Forgetting his assumed character, he went to the fountain and drank, although it was no later than the asser, or afternoon prayer.
Alwinus bishop of London; he was sent into Normandy in the year 1013, saith Asser.
He it was who taught himself Latin by translating sentence by sentence, what his friend Asser wrote for him.
WULNOTH THE WANDERERHERBERT ESCOTT-INMAN
Asser tells us this, and he tells us of the "Handbook" which grew to a great size, from this collecting habit of Alfred's.
Asser and Stow point out clearly that Alfred's settlement came after a long period of ruin.
Asser, who wrote the Life of Alfred, has described Shaftesbury as consisting of one street in his time.
THOMAS HARDY'S DORSETROBERT THURSTON HOPKINS