The current volume assembles a series of studies of Middle Kingdom culture gathered around the theme of archaism, change, and innovation.
Author: David P. Silverman
Publisher: Yale Egyptological Seminar
The current volume assembles a series of studies of Middle Kingdom culture gathered around the theme of archaism, change, and innovation. The papers had their origin in a symposium the University of Pennsylvania Museum hosted in 2002, and held in memory of the great Middle Kingdom scholar, Oleg Berlev. The Penn Museum organized the conference that received generous support from the Centre for Ancient Studies of the University of Pennsylvania and the Marilyn and William Kelly Simpson Endowment in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Yale University. For the publication, the authors revised and augmented their essays, allowing this volume to include up-to-date information. The editors also invited other scholars to contribute additional studies resulting in a volume that deals with the Middle Kingdom in a broader context. The Marilyn and William Kelly Simpson endowment in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Yale University generously provided the funds necessary for the publication of the volume.
Archaism. and. innovation. in. Proto-Celtic? Karl Horst Schmidt In the light of the
new evidence obtained from the ... whereas theory B takes Gallo-Brittonic as a
unity, in contrast to the archaic marginal languages (Goidelic, Celtiberian, and ...
Author: Hans H. Hock
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks as well as studies that provide new insights by building bridges to neighbouring fields such as neuroscience and cognitive science. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a forum for cutting-edge research based on solid empirical data on language in its various manifestations, including sign languages. It regards linguistic variation in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions as well as in its social contexts as important sources of insight for a better understanding of the design of linguistic systems and the ecology and evolution of language. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS publishes monographs and outstanding dissertations as well as edited volumes, which provide the opportunity to address controversial topics from different empirical and theoretical viewpoints. High quality standards are ensured through anonymous reviewing.
Archaism. and. Innovation. in. Latin. Poetic. Syntax. J. H. W. PENNEY Summary.
A number of syntactic patterns that are ... and in many instances it has been
claimed that an archaic pattern has been preserved or adopted and has become
Author: British Academy
Publisher: British Academy
Of the peoples of ancient Italy, only the Romans committed newly composed poems to writing, and for about 250 years Latin-speakers developed an impressive verse literature. The language had traditional resources of high style, e.g. alliteration, lexical and morphological archaism or grecism, and of course metaphor and word-order; and there were also less obvious resources in the technical vocabularies of law, philosophy, and medicine. The essays in this volume show how the poets in the classical period combined these elements, and so created a poetic medium that could comprehend satire, invective, erotic elegy, drama, lyric, and the grandest heroic epics. These wide-ranging studies will be essential reading for all students of Latin.
That compound term hints at the difficulty of disentangling archaism from
innovation in the history of verse thinking. It is not simply that some of the most
important innovations in this period proceed, as is well known, by deliberate
recourse to ...
Author: Charles Mahoney
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Through a series of 34 essays by leading and emerging scholars, A Companion to Romantic Poetry reveals the rich diversity of Romantic poetry and shows why it continues to hold such a vital and indispensable place in the history of English literature. Breaking free from the boundaries of the traditionally-studied authors, the collection takes a revitalized approach to the field and brings together some of the most exciting work being done at the present time Emphasizes poetic form and technique rather than a biographical approach Features essays on production and distribution and the different schools and movements of Romantic Poetry Introduces contemporary contexts and perspectives, as well as the issues and debates that continue to drive scholarship in the field Presents the most comprehensive and compelling collection of essays on British Romantic poetry currently available
Braudel's observation that islands are isolated worlds between poles of archaism
and innovation (pp. 147, 150) seems particularly apt in regard to Cyprus. Under
the Lusignans Cyprus was located on important trade, military, political, and ...
Author: Ronald Jennings
Publisher: NYU Press
Wrested from the rule of the Venetians, the island of Cyprus took on cultural shadings of enormous complexity as a new province of the Ottoman empire, involving the compulsory migration of hundreds of Muslim Turks to the island from the nearby Karamna province, the conversion of large numbers of native Greek Orthodox Christians to Islam, an abortive plan to settle Jews there, and the circumstances of islanders who had formerly been held by the venetians. Delving into contemporary archival records of the lte sixteenth and early seventeenth conturies, particularly judicial refisters, Professor Jennings uncovers the island society as seen through local law courts, public works, and charitable institutions.
On the linguistic level, the constant metamorphic play of archaism and innovation
is equally obvious. Whitmarsh has recently argued that the genre of the novel
itself, at least in its Greek incarnation, particularly demonstrates the blend of ...
Author: Werner Riess
Paidea, the yearning for, and display of knowledge, reached its height as a cultural concept in the works of the Second Sophistic, an elite literary and philosophical movement seeking to ape the style and achievements of the 5th and 4th centuries BC. A crucial element in the display of paidea was an ability to mix the witty and playful with the serious and instructive. The Second Sophistic is known as a Greek phenomenon, but these essays ask how the Latin author Apuleius fitted into this framework, and created a distinctively latin expression of paidea, focusing on the elements of playfulness at its heart.
PEASANT SERVITUDE IN LATER MEDIEVAL PROVENCE: ARCHAISM OR
INNOVATION? John Drendel Peasant servitude lasted only briefly as a
generalized phenomenon in Provence. Monastic sources attest to it widely for
perhaps a ...
Author: Lawrin Armstrong
The volume explores late medieval market mechanisms and associated institutional, fiscal and monetary, organizational, decision-making, legal and ethical issues, as well as selected aspects of production, consumption and market integration. The essays span a variety of local, regional, and long-distance markets and networks.
We are dealing with poems which present a largely unknowable mixture of
archaism and innovation, in which a legendary core of information stretching
back into the late Bronze Age itself has been 1 This represents a qualified
adjustment of ...
Author: G. S. Kirk
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
In this 1976 volume, Geoffrey Kirk considers the nature of oral and epic poetry, and the meaning of an oral tradition.
Archaism and Innovation: Studies in the Culture of Middle Kingdom Egypt. New
Haven, CT: Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale
University. 171–203. James, T. G. H. 1962. The Heḳanakhte Papers and Other
Author: Kathryn A. Bard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This student-friendly introduction to the archaeology of ancient Egypt guides readers from the Paleolithic to the Greco-Roman periods, and has now been updated to include recent discoveries and new illustrations. • Superbly illustrated with photographs, maps, and site plans, with additional illustrations in this new edition • Organized into 11 chapters, covering: the history of Egyptology and Egyptian archaeology; prehistoric and pharaonic chronology and the ancient Egyptian language; geography, resources, and environment; and seven chapters organized chronologically and devoted to specific archaeological sites and evidence • Includes sections on salient topics such as the constructing the Great Pyramid at Giza and the process of mummification
The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, like the rest of human history, produced a
mixture of continuity and change, archaism and innovation. The very term “
renaissance,” whether applied to Charlemagne's empire, twelfth-century Europe,
or the ...
Author: Franklin L. Ford
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Ford's exploration of calculated, personalized assassination draws on history, literature, law, philosophy, sociology, and religion. Addressing the vast array of cases and combing thousands of years of history, he asks most of all whether assassination works.
Archaism and Innovation: Studies in the Culture of Middle Kingdom Egypt.
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale University,
Philadelphia and ...
Author: Stephen Quirke
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Exploring Religion in Ancient Egypt offers a stimulatingoverview of the study of ancient Egyptian religion by examiningresearch drawn from beyond the customary boundaries of Egyptologyand shedding new light on entrenched assumptions. Discusses the evolution of religion in ancient Egypt – abelief system that endured for 3,000 years Dispels several modern preconceptions about ancient Egyptianreligious practices Reveals how people in ancient Egypt struggled to securewell-being in the present life and the afterlife
PMLA 47 1932. Greenlaw, E. Studies in Spenser's historical allegory. Baltimore
1932. Lotspeich, H. G. Classical mythology in the poetry of Spenser. Princeton
1932. McElderry, B.R., jr. Archaism and innovation in Spenser's poetic diction.
Author: George Watson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 1 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.
... the interpretation of vowels in inflectional syllables is decisive for classifying a
given form as archaic or innovative. ... 4.5.1 Methodological considerations The
quantitative study involved analysing the incidence of archaic and innovative ...
Author: Elżbieta Adamczyk
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
The book is a comprehensive corpus study of analogical developments in the nominal morphology of four Northern West Germanic languages: Old English, Old Frisian, Old Saxon and Old Low Franconian. It examines the patterns of reorganisation of the nominal paradigms, focusing on the analogical interdeclensional shifts of nouns affiliated with historical minor classes. The wide scope and comparative nature of the study facilitate identifying the major patterns of inflectional restructuring, both language-specific and those of a more general character, demonstrating that the process was far from random. By framing the investigated phenomena quantitatively, the study affords insight into the dynamics of the changes, their scope in individual languages, the mechanisms underlying the restructuring process and the factors conditioning it. The book may be of interest to both historical linguists who may appreciate its descriptive aspects as well as morphologists concerned with the mechanisms of morphological processes, especially analogy.
Thebes, Karakhamun (TT 223), and Karabasken (TT 391) in the Twenty-fifth
Dynasty Elena Pischikova. Style and Iconography of the Decoration in the Tombs
of Karabasken and Karakhamun: Archaism and Innovations Elena Pischikova ...
Author: Elena Pischikova
Publisher: Amer Univ in Cairo Press
Thebes (Egypt : Extinct city); history.
As a rule, such a language is easy prey to the “einzelsprachlich,” or post-ethnic
innovations, which took place after the tribal ... To distinguish archaism from
innovation, I have employed the precepts set down by the Italian scholar Bartoli
Abstracts of dissertations and monographs in microform.