The following are the studies of syntactical glossing of which we are aware. Robinson (1973) gives further references to earlier studies that mention syntactical glosses in passing.

If you know of published work on syntactical glosses that is not listed here, or if you would like to report a work in progress, please email Carin Ruff.

Brunk, Gretchen. “Syntactic Glosses in Latin Manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon Origin.” Dissertation, Stanford University, 1972. DAI 33 (1973), 6891A.

Draak, Maartje. Construe Marks in Hiberno-Latin Manuscripts. Mededelingen der koninklijke nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen afd. Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, Deel 20, No. 10. Amsterdam: N.V. Noord-Hollandsche Uitgevers Maatschapplij, 1957.

Draak, Maartje. “The Higher Teaching of Latin Grammar in Ireland During the Ninth Century.” Mededelingen der koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, afd. Letterkunde, n.s. 30 (1967): 109-144.

Korhammer, Michael. “Mittelalterliche Konstruktionshilfen und altenglische Wortstellung.” Scriptorium 34 (1980): 18-58.

O’Neill, Patrick P. “Syntactical Glosses in the Lambeth Psalter and the Reading of the Old English Interlinear Translation as Sentences.” Scriptorium 46 (1992): 250-256.

Reynolds, Suzanne. Medieval Reading: Grammar, Rhetoric and the Classical Text. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Robinson, Fred C. “Syntactical Glosses in Latin Manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon Provenance.” Speculum 48 (1973): 443-475.

Ruff, Carin. “Misunderstood Rhetorico-Syntactical Glosses in Two Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts.” Notes and Queries (June 1998): 163-166.

Wieland, Gernot. The Latin Glosses on Arator and Prudentius. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1983.

Download a brief bibliography on early medieval grammatical studies, including glossography: Early Medieval Grammar Bibliography (PDF).