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Title: Studien zur älteren tschechischen Grammatographie
Written By: Josef Vintr
Series Title: Travaux linguistiques de Brno 03
Description:

Der Band enthält elf Texte zur älteren tschechischen Grammatographie:
Terminologický systém Gramatiky české Jana Blahoslava; Zur
grammatikalischen Terminologie bei den Westslawen im 14. bis 16.
Jahrhundert; Česká gramatická terminologie do r. 1620; Grammatica Bohemica
Matouše Philonoma Benešovského z roku 1577; Václav Jan Rosa und die ältere
tschechische Grammatographie; Jan Blahoslavs Gramatika česká und ihre neue
Edition; „Lima linguae Bohemicae – To jest Brus jazyka českého“ Jiřího
Konstance z roku 1667; Pravidla označování kvantity vokálů v barokní
češtině podle „Brusu“ Jiřího Konstance z r. 1667; Grammatica Boëmica
jesuity Jana Drachovského z roku 1660; České gramatické myšlení v XVII.
století; Von der Namiester Grammatik bis zu Johann Wenzel Pohl.

Publication Year: 2008
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Czech
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9783895868108
Pages: 160
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