Roma, E., et al., Linguistic and philological studies in Early Irish (2014)

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Roma and Stifter 2014a

Roma, Elisa, and David Stifter (eds), Linguistic and philological studies in Early Irish, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2014.

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Editor(s) Roma (Elisa)Stifter (David)
Honouree Watkins (Calvert)
Work Linguistic and philological studies in Early Irish
Place Lewiston, NY
Publisher Edwin Mellen Press
Year 2014

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Contributor(s) Title Page(s)
Anderson (Cormac)
Consonant quality in Old Irish revisited 1–30
Bauer (Bernhard)
Parallel Old Irish and Old Breton glosses on Priscian’s Institutiones grammaticae 31–52
Griffith (Aaron)
The decline of the Old Irish deponent 53–78
Harvey (Anthony)
Linguistic method in his literary madness? The word-coinings of Virgilius Marco Grammaticus 79–104
Lambert (Pierre-Yves)
A further note on the Old Irish negative particle nícon 105–130
Roma (Elisa)
Old Irish noun phrases: data from the Milan Glosses and a hypothesis for the origin of the single article constraint 131–176
Sanfelici (Emanuela)
Thoughts on Old and Middle Irish verbal nouns: the type DP doVN 177–202
Stifter (David)
The history of the Old Irish preverb to- 203–246
Loon (Daan van)
The usage of the historical present in Old Irish narrative prose 247–280


Abstract (cited) This is a multi-authored volume which gathers essays devoted to Early Irish originally presented at the XIV International Congress of Celtic Studies, held in Maynooth, August 1-5, 2011. The topics covered, either from a synchronic or a diachronic perspective, range from phonetics and phonology to morphology and syntax with some semantics.
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Roma and Stifter 2014a

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