The Battle of Maldon

The statue of Earl Byrthnoth in Ely cathedral, where he is buried

J. Bessinger: "Maldon and the Oláfsdrápa: An Historical Caveat", Comparative Literature 14 (1962), 23-35.
N. Blake: "The Genesis of The Battle of Maldon" ASE 7, (1978), 119-29
G. Clark: "The Hero of Maldon: Vir Pius et Strenuus." Speculum, 54, (1979), 257-82.
J. Cross: "Oswald and Byrhtnoth: A Christian Saint and a Hero who is Christian" ES 46, (1965), 93-109.
H. Gneuss: "The Battle of Maldon 89: Byrhtnoth's ofermod Once Again" Studies in Philology 73, (1976), 117-37.
F.C. Robinson: "God, Death and Loyalty in The Battle of Maldon", in Tolkien F/S, edd. M. Salu and R.T. Farrell, 1979, pp. 76-98. and 'Some Aspects of the Maldon Poet's Artistry.' JEGP 75 (1976) 25-28.
R. Woolf: "The Ideal of Men Dying with Their Lord in Germania and The Battle of Maldon" ASE 5, (1976) 63-81
D.W. Frese: "Poetic Prowess in Brunanburh and Maldon",
M. Nelson: "Battle of Maldon and Juliana: the Language of Confrontation",
E.R. Anderson: "Battle of Maldon: A Reappraisal", all in Modes of Presentation in Old English Literature: Essays in Honour of S.B. Greenfield, edd. P.R Brown, G.R. Crampton, F.C. Robinson (1986):137-52; 247-272.
D. Scragg and M. Deegan edd. The Battle of Maldon 991, (1991)

more on Maldon
a complete bibliography - University of Michigan
battle site map
picture of the causeway