Oebele Vries, Stephen Laker, Rolf Jr Bremmer

Directions for Old Frisian Philology

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    Edité par Oebele Vries
    Edité par Stephen Laker
    Edité par Rolf Jr Bremmer
    Editeur Rodopi - Brill
    Distributeur Association de Boccard

    Old Frisian is the youngest among the Old Germanic languages and has perhaps not always attracted the attention it deserves. The present volume testifies to the many challenges which the language, literature and culture of the medieval Frisians pose to the modern researcher. Reading the contributions of the twenty-plus authors, it becomes clear that approaches range from traditional to modern, from practical to theoretical, from syntax to etymology, from diachronic to synchronic, from orality to Latinity – in short, all of them aspects that can be subsumed under the term ‘philology’. Like its three predecessors, this special volume brings together veterans and newcomers, Frisians and scholars from all over the world, together reflecting the enthusiasm and learning they bring to the subject. Innovative, explorative, provocative – whatever qualification the reader wants to apply, what the authors above all show are directions for Old Frisian philology which future students in the field may take with profit.

    List of Abbreviations Rolf H. Bremmer Jr: Introduction Rolf H. Bremmer Jr: The Orality of Old Frisian Law Texts Kees Dekker: Old Frisian kede, kathene, keten: Latin Chains and Frisian Bondage Concetta Giliberto: Glimpses of the Hereafter in the Late-Medieval Thet Freske Riim Kurt Goblirsch: Between Saxon, Franconian, and Danish: the Obstruents of Frisian Colin J. Grant: Two Aspects of Nominal Style in the Seventeen Statutes and Twenty-four Landlaws Mirjam Marti Heinzle: Die schwachen Verben der dritten Klasse im Altfriesischen – eine Spurensuche Jarich Hoekstra and Geart Tigchelaar: kenna~kanna: the e/a- Variation in Old Frisian and Its Modern Frisian Reflexes Stephen Howe: Old Frisian Personal Pronouns: Morphology and Change Martin Joachim Kümmel: Zur Rekonstruktion der altinselnordfriesischen Phonologie Stephen Laker: The Downfall of Dental Fricatives: Frisian Perspectives on a Wider Germanic Trend Patrizia Lendinara: Glossing the Old Frisian Psalter: Pragmatics and Competence Henk D. Meijering: Nae collatie metten principale. Ist sprachwissenschaftliche Erforschung altfriesischer Urkunden auch auf der Grundlage von Abschriften vertretbar? Robert Nedoma: Voraltfriesisch -u im Nominativ und Akkusativ Singular der maskulinen a-Stämme Anne Tjerk Popkema: Old Frisian: a Legal Language in Principle Roland Schuhmann: Zur Endung runisch-altfriesisches -u und zur Entwicklung der Endung nom.sg.m. a-St. urgermanisches *az Laura Catharine Smith: Particle and Prefix Verbs: Insights from the History of Frisian and Other West Germanic Languages Oscar Strik: Stability and Change in Strong Verb Inflection between Old and Early Modern Frisian Johanneke Sytsema: Codex Unia: Edition and Reconstruction of a Lost Old Frisian Manuscript Michiel de Vaan: Dutch eiland ‘island’: Inherited or Borrowed? Arjen P. Versloot and Elzbieta Adamczyk: Corpus Size and Composition: Evidence from the Inflectional Morphology of Nouns in Old English and Old Frisian Oebele Vries: Thet is ac londriucht. Landrechte und Landrecht im mittelalterlichen Friesland List of Contributors

    Livre Broché
    Date de parution 2014-12-12
    Nbr Pages Rom XVI
    Nbr Pages Arabes 594
    Collection Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik
    ISBN 13 978-90-420-3909-4
    Type Nom