The papers in this volume were first presented in 1994 at an International Colloquium devoted to language and writing in the German-Danish border area. The time period covered ranged from the first short inscriptions on the weapons found at Thorsberg in the territory of the Angles to the medieval runic inscriptions discovered in the cities of Schleswig and Oldenburg in Holstein. Central themes of the colloquium were the linguistic history of this area and the historical events documented in the linguistic records.... rationale has been offered (X and [X], according to Moltke (1985:170- 183; 1986b), were totally eliminated largely because they did ... I note, however, that Gr0nvik (1987:186-187) places the origin of the younger fupaik around the year 700. ... It is certainly hard to follow Nielsen and cite Starup and the Ribe cranium in support of the view that South Jutland is the ... Moltke, as we have seen, attributes the invention of the short-twig runes to these foreign intruders, but how they can haveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Von Thorsberg nach Schleswig|
|Author||:||Lars E. Worgull, Klaus Düwel, Edith Marold, Christiane Zimmermann|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2001-01-01|