27.5116, TOC: Amsterdammer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 / 3 (2016)

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Subject: 27.5116, TOC:  Amsterdammer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 / 3 (2016)

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Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 09:58:15
From: Maarten Frieswijk [frieswijk at brill.com]
Subject: Amsterdammer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik Vol. 76, No. 3 (2016)

 
Publisher:	Brill
			http://www.brill.com 
			
Journal Title:  Amsterdammer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 
Volume Number:  76 
Issue Number:  3 
Issue Date:  2016 


Main Text:  

Articles:

Traces of Suffix Ablaut in Germanic wō-stems
Michiel de Vaan and Guus Kroonen
pages: 309 –322

Bees, Barley, Bēowulf and Beyla 
Thomas L. Markey
pages: 323 –352

The white mead in the Old English Finnsburh fragment (Der weiße Met im
altenglischen Finnsburgfragment) 
Diether Schürr
pages: 353 –362

On the Etymology of Old High German musina and orgina (Zur Etymologie von ahd.
musina und orgina) 
Roland Schumann and Andreas Nievergelt
pages: 363 –370

On the Interpretation of the Newly Discovered Old Frisian Psalm Glosses (Zur
Interpretation der neuentdeckten altfriesischen Psalmglossen)
Arjen Versloot
pages: 371 –378

Great Heroes in Uncertain Times (Große Helden in unruhigen Zeiten) 
Erika Langbroek and Francis Brands
pages: 379 –417

Book Reviews:

Herzog Herpin. Kritische Edition eines spätmittelalterlichen Prosaepos,
written by Bernd Bastert  Author:  Erika, pages:  425 –427

Ausgewählte Studien zu Oswald von Wolkenstein (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur
Kulturwissenschaft. Germanistische Reihe 79) , written by Anton Schwob, Ute
Monika Schwob  Author:  Erika Langbroek, pages:  428 –430

Tiernamen—Zoonyme. Band II. Nutztiere. (Beiträge zur Namenforschung 50:3/4) ,
written by Antje Dammel, Damaris Nübling, Mirjam Schmuck  Author:  Katharina
Leibring, pages:  431 –434

The Idea of Anglo-Saxon England 1066–1901. Remembering, Forgetting,
Deciphering, and Renewing the Past , written by J. D. Niles  Author:  Thijs
Porck, pages:  435 –438

Wie soll ich das Verstehen? Neun Vorträge über Verstehen, Edieren, Übersetzen
mittelalterlicher Literatur (Studien zur historischen Poetik 20) , written by
Dietmar Peschel  Author:  Arend Quak, pages:  439 –441

Der Kampf des Helden gegen den egeslîchen trachen. Zur narrativen Funktion des
Topos vom Drachenkampf in vergleichender Perspektive , written by Sebastian
Koch  Author:  Norbert Voorwinden, pages:  442 –445
 



Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): German (deu)

Language Family(ies): East Germanic
                      Germanic 
                      Indo-European 
                      North Germanic 
                      North Sea Germanic 
                      Northwest Germanic 
                      West Germanic 


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