Anglo-Saxon Keywords (Keywords in Literature and Culture) - download pdf or read online

By Allen J. Frantzen

ISBN-10: 0470657626

ISBN-13: 9780470657621

Anglo-Saxon Keywords offers a sequence of entries that demonstrate the hyperlinks among smooth rules and scholarship and the imperative ideas of Anglo-Saxon literature, language, and fabric tradition.

• unearths very important hyperlinks among important strategies of the Anglo-Saxon interval and matters we predict approximately today
• unearths how fabric culture—the historical past of work, medication, know-how, identification, masculinity, intercourse, meals, land use—is as very important because the historical past of ideas
• deals a richly theorized procedure that intersects with many disciplines in and out of medieval reviews

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Aristarch hat neben ταρφύς einen zweiten Nominativ ταρφειός angenommen. Dagegen habe Dionysios Thrax in Analogie zu den anderen Adjektiven auf -υς die vorletzte Silbe betont. Von Herodian abh ngig sind das T-Scholion zur genannten Stelle und die Artikel in den Etymologica. Und nirgendwo fehlt die Bemerkung, da sich die Meinung Aristarchs durchgesetzt habe. Bei dem Adjektiv ταρφύς scheint in der Regel die maskuline Form f r das Femininum eingetreten zu sein (vgl. Aischylos, Sept. 535). Die Formen ταρφειας (Μ 158) und ταρφειαι (Τ 357 u.

298—301: την άρ' δ γε πρόσθε σχόμενος, δύο δοϋρε τινάσσων, βή ρ' ίμεν ώςτελέωνόρεσίτροφος, δς τ' έπιδευής δηρόν εη κρειών, κέλεται δε έ θυμός άγήνωρ μήλων πειρήσοντα και ες πυκινόν δόμον έλθεϊν . . 26 Dionysios Thrax Σ Horn. Μ 301 (= Aristonicus p. 211 Friedl nder): < C H διπλή),δτι πειρήσοντα διάπειραν ληψόμενον, ένεδρεύσοντα· και δτι ό καί περισσός εστίν, ό δε Διονύσιος, δτι δύναται σημαίνειν τι πλέον, ούτως ενδεής τροφής ώστε και επί πεπυκνωμένον καΐ ήσφαλισμένον δόμον 5 έλθεϊν. δόμον δε την επαυλιν.

275 (Aristonikos). Vgl. Lehrs a. a. O. : Schol. zu Hephaistion 289, 10 (ed. Consbruch 1906) u. ; Korzeniewski, Griechische Metrik (1968) 23. Erl uterungen zu Fr. 12—15 43 14(6) In dem A-Scholion1 zu B 111 behauptet Aristonikos, Zenodot habe Ζευς με μέγας Κρονίδης gelesen, also μέγας mit ς. Didymos erkl rt diese Meinung, die wohl gleichzeitig Schultradition ist, f r falsch. Er vermutet, da Dionysios Thrax diesen Irrtum aufgebracht hat. Zur Unterst tzung seiner These weist er auf eine Stelle in der Schrift des Thrakers „ ber die Quantit ten" hin (Περί ποσοτήτων).

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