Arkiv för nordisk filologi, Volumes 16-17

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C.W.K. Gleerup, 1900 - Scandinavian philology

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Page 298 - in the North Atlantic about the end of the fourteenth century, and the claim founded thereon to a Venetian discovery of America: A criticism and an indictment. London.
Page 278 - five Ambales Rimur and other illustrative texts, for the most part now first printed, and an introductory essay by Israel
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Page 230 - and make the predicate, as the bearer of the most important idea, upon which naturally the main stress lies, precede the subject, which is either known already or to be known easily, and is of a relatively minor weight”.
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Page 86 - The order of words in old norse prose with occasional references to the other germanic dialects
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