Neil Ripley Ker
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Neil Ripley Ker, FBA, (1908-1982) was a scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature. He is known especially for his Catalogue of manuscripts containing Anglo-Saxon, which is praised as a milestone in Anglo-Saxon manuscript study.
- Lapidge, Michael (1993). "Abbot Germanus, Winchcombe, Ramsey and the Cambridge Psalter". Anglo-Latin Literature 900-1066. Continuum. p. 387. ISBN 1-85285-012-4.
- "Neil Ker Memorial Fund". British Academy. 2011. Retrieved 15 July 2011.
Further reading 
- Doyle, A. I. (1993). Neil Ripley Ker, 1908-1982. Reprinted from 1991 lectures and memoirs, Proceedings of the British Academy, 80. Oxford University Press for the British Academy. OCLC 311053451.
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