Apr 9, 2012

Topic: Medieval Linguistics

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Forgotten Languages: Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB1 std. Ferreiro, Alberto. "Simon Magus: The Patristic-Medieval Traditions ... See also Herr Dr. Klaus Graf's Home Page, and his Hexen page. http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/witchcraft-bibliography-project-db1-std.html

Forgotten Languages: Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB10 std. Adam, Isabel. Witch Hunt: The Great Scottish Witchcraft Trials of 1697. ... and D. Ditchburn, eds. Scotland: The History of the Medieval http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/witchcraft-bibliography-project-db10.html

Forgotten Languages And thus, while the North/South division of rhotacism, nasality, and the other relevant phonological phenomena attest to changes that are ancient or, at the latest, medieval, subsequent isoglosses demonstrate the importance of center/periphery and urban/rural contrasts in discussing precisely those ... http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2010_08_01_archive.html

Forgotten Languages: Future Languages Arabic medieval inscriptions from the Republic of Mali: epigraphy, chronicles, and Songhay-Tuāreg history. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Nichols, Johanna, and Tandy Warnow. 2008. http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/future-languages.html

Forgotten Languages Gamba, Félicien. "Die Hexe von Saint-Vincent: Ein Ketzer- und ... Inquisition in Early Modern Italy. Binghamton, NY: Medieval http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/witchcraft-bibliography-project-db14.html

Forgotten Languages: February 2010 Nees, L., “ Problems of Form and Function in Early Medieval Illustrated Bibles from Northwest Europe,” in Imaging the Early Medieval Bible, ed. Williams, J. W. (University Park and London: 1999) http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2010_02_28_archive.html

Forgotten Languages: Ortbok aff Mekranhodear - Rugtastoi af ... Mentalities and Other Realities: Essays in Medieval and Early Modern Scandinavian History. Lund Studies in International History 28. Lund: n.p., 1991. http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2010/11/ortbok-aff-mekranhodear-rugtastoi-af.html

Forgotten Languages: Dhevrtërredh ë ikmje isğatë Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974. Caciola, Nancy. “Mystics, Demoniacs, and the Physiology of Spirit Possession in Medieval Europe.” http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/dhevrterredh-e-ikmje-isgate_26.html

Forgotten Languages Early Medieval Europe 9(1): 1–24. Chapman, Ian D. 2007. “Carnival Canons: Calendars, Genealogy, and the Search for Ritual Cohesion in Medieval China.” http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/08/language-of-azzazis.html

Forgotten Languages: De Altero Genere Vocabulorum Keguavge Helenak Tugeaked - Medieval Greek Dialect... Ànthac Ryreig if Aichtcyf; Affel Ragusa - Afsheil; I merĭcei di si unşa Crĭzde - AFFEL c1. http://www.forgottenlanguages.org/2011/03/de-altero-genere-vocabulorum.html

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