729) was Bishop of Lindisfarne, so perhaps there has been confusion with the Lindisfarne Gospels, although he had no apparent connection to any translations or codices.King Alfred had a number of passages circulated in the vernacular around 900.The paraphrases of Ecclesiastes i-iii and at least Psalm lxxxviii (E1r-F2v) are by Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.
and ne gelæd þu us on costnunge, ac alys us of yfele. Mainly a work of poetic exegesis and homiletics, but includes paraphrases.
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An illuminated Psalter produced in the second quarter of the 8th Century.
These included passages from the Ten Commandments and the Pentateuch, which he prefixed to a code of laws he promulgated.
Alfred is also said to have directed the Book of Psalms to have been translated into Old English.