Peter Hunter Blair

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Peter Hunter Blair (1912–September 1982) was an English academic and historian specializing in the Anglo-Saxon period. In 1969 he married Pauline Clarke. She edited his Anglo-Saxon Northumbria in 1984. [1]

Hunter Blair was a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge and Reader in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge.[2] His published works include:

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  1. ^ Anglo-Saxon Northumbria Google books
  2. ^ Peter Hunter Blair, 'Whitby as a Centre of Learning in the Seventh Century', in Learning and Literature in Anglo-Saxon England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985), pp. 3-32 (at p. 3, fn. 1).

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