Revision of the Anglo-Norman Dictionary, F-H

The Anglo-Norman Dictionary (AND) is the only serious attempt to present in its entirety the vocabulary of this form of French from which so much of modern English derives, and as such, it is a fundamental scholarly resource for the history of English, as well as of French, and of medieval society. The first edition of the AND dates back to 1947, considerably enlarged with new lexicographical data during the 1980's, the entries for A-E were the first to be marked up in xml between 2002 and 2004.
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Principal investigator
Professor David Trotter
Principal project staff
David Trotter
Start date
Monday, September 1, 2003
Completion date
Wednesday, August 1, 2007