Complete record of surviving Old English except for some variant manuscripts of individual texts. Comprises over 3,000 different texts.
The Corpus comprises over 3000 different texts, each of which has: a unique text number, allocated by the DOE project; a Cameron number (assigned in Cameron "Plan for the Dictionary of Old English"); a 'short title', used in the published microfiche concordance; and a 'short short title' used to ideed microfiche concordance; and a 'short short title' used to identify the text in the "Dictionary of Old English".
|Coverage Dates||428-1100 (approx.)|
|Allowed Locations||Storrs and Regional Campuses, UConn Health Center, UConn Law School|
|Access Restrictions||University of Connecticut only|