4 edition of Guide to A linguistic atlas of late mediaeval English. found in the catalog.
Guide to A linguistic atlas of late mediaeval English.
Bibliography: p. 15-16.
|LC Classifications||PE1705 .G85 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||88204208|
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A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English. A NGUS Mc INTOSH (University of Edinburgh) M. S AMUELS (University of Glasgow) M ICHAEL B ENSKIN (University of Oslo) with the assistance of Margaret Laing and Keith Williamson (University of Edinburgh) first published by Aberdeen University Press, revised and supplemented by.
Likewise, it is the most extensive and almost solitary work of its kind in late medieval english. If one can afford it, it is a superb research tool, if only a springboard into further discussions of linguistic patterns in medieval manuscripts and incunables.
The work is figuratively and Cited by: Genre/Form: Maps: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Guide to A linguistic atlas of late mediaeval English.
[Aberdeen]: Aberdeen University Press, eLALME: A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English (electronic) The electronic version of A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English (eLALME) is a revised on-line edition of A Linguistic Atlas of Mediaeval English (LALME), by Angus McIntosh, M.L.
Samuels and Michael Benskin, published in by Aberdeen University Press (now AUP/Mercat Press).Written: written language of late mediaeval England was like in the three generations or so before the general adoption of a national written standard.
The period of survey, at all events, is the one period for which a reasonably comprehensive linguistic atlas can be constructed to cover the whole country.
It is also. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, v. Much of the thinking behind A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English (LAEME) evolved gradually over the twenty years of its making.
Given the very small amount of data available for early Middle English compared to that usable in its great predecessor A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English (LALME).
LAEME: A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English. A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English (LAEME, Version ) LAEME was compiled by Margaret Laing (University of Edinburgh), with an introduction by the author and Roger Lass (University of Cape Town) and web-scripts by Keith Williamson, Vasilis Karaiskos (University of Edinburgh).
A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English. The first publication of the first phase of LAEME, in the form of an interactive website, was a beta version in Version ran from LAEME aims to present information about the variation in space and time of linguistic forms found in early Middle English.
A survey of applications of digital methods and tools to explore the linguistic features of regional varieties in historical texts. Drawing on the resources created by the Institute of Historical Dialectology at the University of Edinburgh (now the Angus McIntosh Centre for Historical Linguistics), such as eLALME (the electronic version A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English), LAEME (A.
A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English is a digital, corpus-driven, historical dialect resource for Early Middle English. LAEME combines a searchable Corpus of Tagged Texts, an Index of Sources, and dot maps showing the distribution of textual dialect features. LAEME is headed by the University of Edinburgh's Margaret Laing, and includes contributions from Roger Lass, and web-scripts by Keith Williamson, Vasilis Karaiskos and Sherrylyn Branchaw.
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