Bandle, Oscar; Braunmuller, Kurt; Jahr, Ernst Hakon; Karker, Allan; Naumann, Hans-Peter; Telemann, Ulf; Elmevik, Lennart; Widmark, Gun: The Nordic Languages

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Oskar Bandle, Kurt Braunmüller, Lennart Elmevik, Ernst Hakon Jahr, Gun Widmark, Hans-Peter Naumann, Allan Karker, Ulf Telemann
Walter de Gruyter, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1057 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Kjartan Ottosson The data basis of a Nordic language history
38
From the beginnings
49
Staffan Fridell The development of placenames from Ancient Nordic
86
The contribution
108
Old Swedish and
110
Jorgen Rischel The contribution of the Nordic countries to historical
124
Theoretical
157
Piergiuseppe Scardigli Contact with nonGermanic languages
572
Relations to the East
583
Ludwig Riibekeil Scandinavia in the light of ancient tradition
594
Ancient Nordic 1st7 th century 69 Kerstin Cassel The Ancient Nordic period A historical survey
605
Hans Frede Nielsen Delimitation of Ancient Nordic from Common Germanic and Old Nordic
615
Thomas Birkmann A survey of Ancient Nordic sources
619
An archaeological survey
626
Origin development of the futhark functions applications and methodological considerations
634

Christer Platzack Nordic language history and generative
166
John Ole Askedal Nordic language history and language typology
172
Marit Christoffersen Nordic language history and research on word
182
Cecilia Falk Nordic language history and research on universals
192
Bengt Nordberg Nordic language history and sociolinguistics
198
Michael Schulte Nordic language history and research on languages
213
Birger Liljestrand Nordic language history and research on styles
221
Niels Haastrup Nordic language history and pragmatics
229
Ole Togeby Nordic language history and research on types of texts
235
HansPeter NaumannKatrin Liithi Nordic language history
241
Stig Eliasson Nordic language history and historical contrastive
247
Semiotics and
253
Anna Helga Hannesdottir Nordic language history and lexical
262
Sture Allen Nordic language history and computeraided lexical
268
LarsErik Edlund The contribution of Nordic dialectology
282
Helge Sandoy Nordic language history and current trends
304
Nordic language history as a part of social and cultural
313
history of material culture
325
Oskar Bandle Nordic language history and cultural geography
338
Bo Ruthstrom Nordic language history and legal history
344
Flemming LundgreenNielsen Nordic language history and
354
Erik Vive Larsen Nordic language history and the history of ideas
363
Hermann Reichert Nordic language history and religionecclesiastical
389
Hans Schottmann Nordic language history and religionecclesiastical
403
Lillemor Santesson Nordic language history and religionecclesiastical
412
Sigurd Hjelde Nordic language history and religionecclesiastical
424
Dag Gundersen Nordic language history and natural and technical
435
Denmark
441
Birger Liljestrand Nordic language history and literary history
449
Porleifur Hauksson Nordic language history and literary history
470
Faroe
482
Niels Haastrup Nordic language history and the history of translation
502
Lars Wollin Nordic language history and the history of translation
511
Sylfest Lomheim Nordic language history and the history of translation
518
GuSrun Kvaran Nordic language history and the history of translation
527
Johan Hendrik W Poulsen Nordic language history and the history
533
Nordic as a part of Old Germanic 62 Jiirgen Udolph Nordic Germanic IndoEuropean and the structure of the Germanic language family
544
Piergiuseppe Scardigli NordicGothic linguistic relations
553
Hans Frede Nielsen NordicWest Germanic relations
558
Arend Quak Nordic and North Sea Germanic relations
568
Phonology graphemics morphology syntax and word order
649
Michael Schulte The development of ProtoNordic lexicon
657
Lena Peterson The development of ProtoNordic personal names
664
Svante Strandberg The development of ProtoNordic placenames
671
Stefan Brink Sociolinguistic perspectives and language contact in ProtoNordic
685
From Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic from the 6th century until 1100
691
Stefanie Wiirth The sources of the transitional period between Ancient Nordic and Old Nordic
698
Bo Ralph Phonological and graphematic developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
703
Martin Syrett Morphological developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
719
Jan Terje Faarlund Syntactic developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
729
Jan Paul Strid Lexical developments from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
733
Lena Peterson Developments of personal names from Ancient Nordic to Old Nordic
745
to Old Nordic
753
Stefan Brink Sociolinguistic perspectives in the transitional period between ProtoNordic and Old Nordic
761
Michael Schulte Language contact in the period between Ancient Nordic and Old Nordic
769
Old Nordic from 1100 to the mid14th century
778
A definition and delimitation of the period
787
Old Icelandic
793
The history of Old Nordic manuscripts II Old Norwegian incl Faroese
801
Old Swedish
808
Britta Olrik Frederiksen The history of Old Nordic manuscripts
816
in Norway
824
in Iceland
832
in Sweden
841
in Denmark
850
Kari Ellen Gade History of Old Nordic metrics
856
Grammatical system lexicon texts 100 Michael Schulte The various Old Nordic dialects their systems and their typology A general survey of the class...
871
Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
882
Old Swedish and Old Danish
896
Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
911
Old Swedish and Old Danish
925
Jan Terje Faarlund The syntax of Old Nordic
940
Erik Simensen The Old Nordic lexicon
951
Evert Melefors The development of Old Nordic personal names
963
Staffan Fridell The development of Old Nordic placenames
972
Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian
981
Kirsten Wolf Translations and interference by translation in Old Nordic
1000
The ecology of language
1015
Kurt Braunmiiller Language contact during the Old Nordic period
1028
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