Dennis Howard Green
Life and work
Green studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was awarded a PhD in 1949 in Basel. He is the author of many books and scholarly essays in the field of medieval language and literature.
He married Dorothy Warren in 1947 (died 2006; one daughter; marriage dissolved 1972), in 1972 he married Margaret Parry (died 1997), in 2001 he married Sarah Redpath.
- Language and History in the Early Germanic World (Cambridge 1998)
The Annual Record of Trinity College for 2009 has obituaries by Roger Paulin and Nigel Palmer. The latter contains a reference to a speech which Green made on the occasion of his eightieth birthday.
- "Professor Dennis Green: Cambridge scholar at the forefront of German medieval studies in Britain and abroad | Obituaries | News". The Independent. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
- "Deceased Fellows - British Academy". Britac.ac.uk. 1922-06-26. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
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