- From 1998 March to 1999 April edited by Michel van der Hoek (tulip at
- From 1999 May edited by Anthony Appleyard a.appleyard$ (replace the $ by @ and remove the "xyz" before using this address): send contributions and queries to him with "NASC:" at the start of the Subject: line; A.Appleyard may edit or shorten contributions. Please if possible provide a translation into modern English.
- If you use two letters to represent , please insert a dot where you want ae or th or dh to stay separate, e.g. in {a.eode} = "went away", {gebed.hus} = "prayer-house". To say that a vowel is long, put a _ (an underline) after it. I will normalize the spelling as I insert the item.
- Please if possible give dates for events, including the day or range of days. (Note that the event may have happened a day or two before you read or heard of it.)
- Please be concise, as my WWW space is limited.
- (underlined) means long , in matter written before Unicode started.
- NASC will not be allowed to become a forum for heated political debate.
- When I (Anthony Appleyard) transferred the back issues from Michel van der Hoek's web site to mine I regrettably had to remove the graphics and Java and frame features to save file size, as my web space is limited, with due apologies to those who kindly set up the graphics features in the original. I thank Michel van der Hoek for his work keeping up NASC for over a year until pressure of other work forced him to abandon it.
- NASC was originated by the Englisc List: to join the Englisc List, write an e-mail to : write this command: "sub englisc" (without quotes) and your name after it on the same line.
Pointers to yearly sections
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Some OE words and names used
Anglo-Saxon-related links
Wikipedia (the on-line encyclopedia) in Anglo-Saxon
The Englisc List: an email group that discusses writing in Anglo-Saxon
An online Old English Course in Calgary
Bill Schipper's Glossary
Michel van der Hoek's Glossary #
Carl T. Berkhout's Glossary
Ergane (a set of dictionaries between Esperanto and many natural languages including Old English)
News - Tdunga edited by James R.Johnson.
#This pointer points to a zip file; the other pointers point to HTML pages.