Robert Nedoma

List of John Benjamins publications for which Robert Nedoma plays a role.

Journal

ISSN 0108-8416 | E-ISSN 2212-9715

Titles

Runic Inscriptions and the Early History of the Germanic Languages

Edited by Robert Nedoma and Hans Frede Nielsen †

Special issue of NOWELE 73:1 (2020) v, 192 pp.
Subjects Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics

Grammarians, Skalds and Rune Carvers I

Edited by Robert Nedoma and Michael Schulte

Special issue of NOWELE 69:1 (2016) v, 112 pp.
Subjects Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics

Grammarians, Skalds and Rune Carvers II

Edited by Michael Schulte and Robert Nedoma

Special issue of NOWELE 69:2 (2016) v, 123 pp.
Subjects Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics

NOWELE Volume 62/63 (October 2011): Language and literacy in early Scandinavia and beyond

Edited by Michael Schulte and Robert Nedoma

Special issue of NOWELE 62/63 (2011) 441 pp.
Subjects Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics

Articles

This paper deals with two runic inscriptions that are highly relevant to language history. 1. The runic sequences on the three Weser rune bones, which date to the first half of the 5th century, are not entirely clear. However, West Germanic (Pre-Old Saxon) linguistic features such as gemination by… read more | Article
Macháček, Jiři und Robert Nedoma 2020 Die Runeninschrift auf dem Rinderknochen von Břeclav, Flur Lány (Südmähren, Tschechische Republik)Runic Inscriptions and the Early History of the Germanic Languages, Nedoma, Robert and Hans Frede Nielsen † (eds.), pp. 116–122
During recent excavations at Břeclav-Lány (southern Moravia, Czech Republic), archaeologists have found a fragmented bovine rib with runes. The rib was unearthed in an early Slavic pit-house and is radiocarbon- dated to ca. 600. The inscription begins at the break line and reads xbemdo (probably… read more | Article
Nedoma, Robert 2020 Südgermanische Runeninschriften: Stationen der SprachgeschichteRunic Inscriptions and the Early History of the Germanic Languages, Nedoma, Robert and Hans Frede Nielsen † (eds.), pp. 91–115
This paper deals with three South Germanic runic inscriptions that are highly relevant to language history. 1. The Frienstedt comb, which dates to the second half of the 3rd century A.D., bears four runes kaba = WGmc. ka(m)ba m. ‘comb’. The nominative sg. marker -a < PGmc. *-az represents the… read more | Article
This paper deals with graphophonematic and onomastic problems arising from two early English runic inscriptions. Since Pre-OE /ā̆/ and /ɔ̄̆/ were apparently graphemicized as ᚪ a2 and ᚩ a3 at (about) the same time during the late fifth century, it is possible to identify rune no. 6  on the Loveden… read more | Article
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Nedoma, Robert 2010 Schrift und Sprache in den ostgermanischen RuneninschriftenNOWELE Volume 58/59 (June 2010): The Gothic Language, Nielsen, Hans Frede † and Flemming Talbo Stubkjær (eds.), pp. 1–70
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