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LINGUIST List 19.1186

Tue Apr 08 2008

Books: Historical Linguistics: Bremmer, Laker, Vries (Eds)

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        1.    Eric van Broekhuizen, Advances in Old Frisian Philology: Bremmer, Laker, Vries (Eds)

Message 1: Advances in Old Frisian Philology: Bremmer, Laker, Vries (Eds)
Date: 08-Apr-2008
From: Eric van Broekhuizen <E.van.Broekhuizenrodopi.nl>
Subject: Advances in Old Frisian Philology: Bremmer, Laker, Vries (Eds)
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Title: Advances in Old Frisian Philology
Series Title: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 64
Published: 2008
Publisher: Rodopi

Book URL: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=ABAG+64

Editor: Rolf H. Bremmer
Editor: Stephen Laker
Editor: Oebele Vries
Paperback: ISBN: 9789042021815 Pages: 510 Price: Europe EURO 100.00

Like its two predecessors, Aspects of Old Frisian Philology (1990)
and Approaches to Old Frisian Philology (1998), Advances in Old
Frisian Philology
combines contributions by specialists of medieval
Frisian studies with papers by international specialists from adjacent
fields who have been invited for the occasion to bring their expertise to
the discipline of Old Frisian. Together, the diverse approaches
considerably advance our knowledge of and insight into various aspects of
Old Frisian philology.


List of Abbreviations
Rolf H. Bremmer Jr: Old Frisian Philology: Along the Road
Alderik H. Blom: Language Admixture in the Old West Frisian Basle
Wedding Speeches

Rolf H. Bremmer Jr: Language and Contents of the Old Frisian Manuscripts
from Rüstringen (c.1300): A 'Veritable Mixtum Compositum'
Kees Dekker: Sibrandus Siccama on the Lex Frisionum (1617): Frisian
Identity as a Philological Construct
Siebren Dyk: Jorwert Breaking: A Late Old West Frisian Sound Change
Concetta Giliberto: The Fifteen Signs of Doomsday of the First Riustring
Eric Hoekstra and Sjoerd M. Siebinga: Exploring the Distribution of
, the Old Frisian Counterpart of Modern English any, Modern
Dutch enig
Stephen Laker: Palatalization of Velars: A Major Link of Old English and
Old Frisian
Erika Langbroek: Die Sprache von Bernardus Rordahusim in der
niederdeutschen Apokalypse der Baseler Handschrift F.VII.12, folio 211r-217r
Rosemarie Lühr: Bedingungssätze in altfriesischen Rechtstexten
Henk D. Meijering: Dat nye lantrecht. Altfriesisches Recht im
fünfzehnten und sechzehnten Jahrhundert - Nachleben oder Neuanfang?
Johannes A. Mol: Gallows in Late Medieval Frisia
Roberta Nedoma: Die voraltfriesischen Personennamen der Runeninschriften
auf dem Webschwert von Westeremden, dem Schwertchen von Arum und anderen
Anne Tjerk Popkema: Die altfriesischen Eidesbezeichnungen
Irmengard Rauch: Gender Semiotics, Anglo-Frisian wīf, and Old
Frisian Noun Gender
Joseph C. Salmons: What Old Frisian Can Tell Us about the History of
I-Umlaut across West Germanic
Laura Catherine Smith: Old Frisian Vowel Balance and its Relationship to
West Germanic Apocope and Syncope
Ineke VAN 'T Spijker: The Vita Siardi: Inwardness, Community and
Heavenly Bliss in Thirteenth-century Frisia
Oebele Vries: Her Bendix is wrbeck fonden. Die altfriesische
Terminologie im Bereich des Zivilprozessrechtes
David Yeandle: Early Christian Loans in Old Frisian: The Linguistic Evidence
List of Contributors

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Old Frisian (ofs)

Written In: English (eng )

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