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AbstractCambridge, University Library, Kk.3.18, the latest extant copy of the Old English Bede, is a remarkably reader-oriented manuscript. Consistently punctuated, rubricated, and furnished with the list of chapter headings, chapter numbers, and continuous running titles, it is easy to read and...
AbstractIn Modern Icelandic the form veri of the verb vera ‘to be’ is seen as a subjunctive expressing a wish. Treating Old Norse veri, earlier vesi, as an imperative of the third person simplifies the vera paradigm. A survey of the oldest attestations shows that veri not only fits qua form in...
AbstractFirst, the narrator’s comments in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s ‘Parzival’ with an ironic reference to the narrator himself and/or the coupling of the fictitious locations to his native landscape are compiled and explained, within which the mention of Wildenberc belongs, as a place of writing...
AbstractTo this day, “Mauricius of Craûn” still holds a number of research desiderata. Author and dating are undetermined, but also the purpose of this “Märe” is to be questioned. Records appeared late and thus provide little information for the research questions. The author’s approach to this...
AbstractThe Linköping Legendary contains amongst other texts an Old Swedish translation of the well-known medieval German legend of Gregory on the Stone. This text was translated into Swedish around 1525 in the monastery of Vadstena. In this article the Swedish translation is compared with the...
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