William Bathe, S.J., 1564–1614

A pioneer in linguistics

(English translation from the Irish edition, Dublin, 1981)

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William Bathe, S.J. (1564-1614) was a pioneer in linguistics. The present book deals with Bathe's family background, his life and service as a courtier, diplomat and, finally, Jesuit educator, and, in particular, his contribution to the study of language and his most important publication, Ianua Linguarum (1611).
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 37]  1986.  iv, 211 pp. + 16 ill.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements for this edition
ix
Preface
xi
Chapter 1 William Bathe's ancestral background
1
Chapter 2 William Bathe, 1564-1614: Courtier, diplomat and Jesuit
33
Chapter 3 A bilingual system: the different editions of Ianua Linguarum
77
Chapter 4 Ianua Linguarum: English translation of preface to 1611 edition
111
Chapter 5 Ianua Linguarum: the historical and educational setting
123
Chapter 6 Musical and theological writings
173
Appendices
192
List of Manuscripts
197
Bibliography
198
Index
213
Genealogical Trees
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  86011791