Early Germanic Languages in Contact

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| University of Oslo
| University of Southern Denmark
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This volume contains revised and, in some cases, extended versions of twelve of the fourteen lectures read at the conference on “Early Germanic Languages in Contact” held at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense on 22-23 August 2013 – with a paper and a review article added at the end on themes pertaining to the aim and scope of the symposium. All papers cover central aspects of the early contact between Germanic and some of its Indo-European and non-Indo-European linguistic neighbours; and, in certain cases, aspects involving internal Germanic language contact.
[NOWELE Supplement Series, 27]  2015.  x, 304 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editorial Introduction
vii–x
Entlehnung und Urverwandtschaft im vorliterarischen germanischen Wortschatz
Elmar Seebold
1–22
The Stratigraphy of the Germanic Loanwords in Finnic
Petri Kallio
23–38
Baltisch, Slavisch, Germanisch – Kontakte und Beziehungen aus der Sicht der Onomastik
Jürgen Udolph
39–74
Gothic Contact with Greek: Loan Translations and a Translation Problem
Magnus Snædal
75–90
Gothic Contact with Latin: Gotica Parisina and Wulfila's Alphabet
Magnus Snædal
91–107
Die langobardischen Sprachreste in Italien und ihr Beitrag zur Kenntnis des langobardischen Konsonantismus
Carla Falluomini
109–123
What is Visigothic and What is Frankish in Medieval and Later Spanish?
Ingmar Söhrman
125–135
Zwei "neue" Inschriften aus Frankreich im Kontext der Ausbreitung norditalischer Alphabete
Markus Egetmeyer
137–162
Onomastik und Deonomastik im keltisch-germanischen Sprachkontakt
Ludwig Rübekeil
163–185
Norse-English Runic Contacts
Michael Barnes
187–202
Identifying and Dating Norse-Derived Terms in Medieval English: Approaches and Problems
Sara M. Pons-Sanz
203–221
Language Contact and Consonant Shift in Germanic: The Witness of Aspiration
Kurt Gustav Goblirsch
223–244
Some Unsolved (and Probably Insoluble) Aspects of Initial Fricative Voicing in Early English: Voicing in Early English Viewed as Part of the Great Germanic Lenition
Anatoly Liberman
245–259
The Vowel Systems of Old English, Old Norse and Old High German Compared
Hans Frede Nielsen
261–276
Review Article
Reviewed by Simon Mulder
277–300
Index
301–304
“[I]n all cases, scholars are able to make compelling arguments based on thorough analysis of what is often times scarce or incomplete evidence. The area of debate is in the details, which is fought over fiercely – and rightfully so. The contributions in this volume are largely prolegomena on contested or unresolved issues in Germanic historical linguistics, and each chapter is worthy of its place in the collection. The volume as a whole suggests a continuing and lively discourse in the field, and productive disagreement on a number of questions central to the history of Germanic.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015012410