Heliand with detailed glossary (Library of the oldest German Litteratur monuments, volume II Altniederdt, Monuments part 1).
The Heliand is an epic poem in Old Saxon, written in the first half of the 9th century. The title means saviour in Old Saxon, and the poem is a Biblical paraphrase that recounts the life of Jesus in the alliterative verse style of a Germanic epic. Heliand is the largest known work of written Old Saxon.
The book appears to be written in Germany (see pic.).
The book is published by Schöningh, Paderborn 1873. Hardback, librarian copy, cover a little worn, spine is slightly split (see pic.), corners and edges slightly bumped, otherwise in good condition.