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- De Gruyter 2009; US$ 491.41
This is the first handbook on medieval glossography. Written by acknowledged experts in the field, the work introduces the reader to the subject and history of glossography, and in a comprehensive documentation section it provides an overview of glossed texts, of the chronological and geographical distribution of glossed manuscripts and of... more...
- De Gruyter 2009; US$ 405.76
This essential work with its more than a thousand maps and commentaries is the first to document the surname stock of the Federal Republic of Germany by statistical occurrence and geographical distribution. It meets the interests of linguists with a grammatical part (three volumes) dealing with the phonematics, graphematics, mor-phematics... more...
- Editions Rodopi 2006; US$ 95.20
Inhalt Vorwort Michael SCHULTE: Die Bedeutung des SchÃ¤delfragments von Ribe fÃ¼r die KÃ¼rzung der Ã¤lteren Runenreihe Arend QUAK: Zu den altschwedischen Glossen in der Handschrift C 923 der UniversitÃ¤tsbibliothek Uppsala Harry PERRIDON: On the Origin of the Vestjysk StÃ¸d Gea LINDEBOOM: Kolding Bys Bog, folia 158-170, the added pages Susanne KRAMARZ-BEIN:... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2005; US$ 158.00
This book offers a comparative study of the Germanic languages. It promotes a new approach to the OV vs. VO classification, according to which all clauses have a universal base where the internal argument is always merged in SpecVP. Word order differences and their correlates result from an interaction of checking conditions, the EPP and different... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2006; US$ 188.00
This selection of papers presented at the 20th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop brings together contributions that address issues in syntactic predication and studies in the nominal system, as well as papers on data from the history of English and German. Showing a strong comparative commitment, the contributions include studies on previously neglected... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2005; US$ 188.00
This monograph presents a new model of the internal syntax of nominal phrases. The model is mainly based on Scandinavian, since with the wide range of variation that Scandinavian displays in the nominal domain, despite the close genetic relationship between the different varieties, Scandinavian is particularly well-suited for explorations into nominal... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2002; US$ 203.00
This volume presents a collection of articles reporting on new research carried out within the theoretical framework of generative grammar on the comparative syntax of the Germanic languages. Divided in four main sections, the book focuses on issues of subordination and complementation (with emphasis on German/Dutch and Danish), displacement phenomena... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2001; US$ 195.00
While Modern Icelandic exhibits a virtually uniform VO order in the VP, Old(er) Icelandic had both VO order and OV order, as well as ‘mixed’ word order patterns. In this volume, the author both examines the various VP-word order patterns from a descriptive and statistical point of view and provides a synchronic and diachronic analysis of... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 2004; US$ 173.00
This book provides a number of studies of different aspects of Swedish child language. Some of the thematic chapters present original, unpublished data: on the acquisition of tense, on the range and frequency of different word order patterns in early child Swedish, related to the input, meaning the language of adults talking to the children or in... more...
- Editions Rodopi 2011; US$ 119.00
The n-stems are an intriguing part of Proto-Germanic morphology. Unlike any other noun class, the n-stems have roots that are characterized by systematic consonant and vowel alternations across the different Germanic dialects. This monograph represents a diachronic investigation of this root variation. It traces back the Germanic n-stems to their Indo-European... more...