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The Scripting of the Germanic Languages. A comparative study of “spelling difficulties” in Old English, Old High German and Old Saxon , written by Annina Seiler

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image of Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik

Affiliations: 1: German Seminar, Kyoto University KyotoJapan


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1. Glaser Elvira"„Autonomie und phonologischer Bezug bei der Untersuchung älterer Schriftlichkeit“" pbb 1988Vol 110 313 331
2. Sonderegger Stefan Besch W., et al"„Leistung und Aufgabe der Dialektologie im Rahmen der Sprachgeschichtsschreibung des Deutschen“" Dialektologie. Ein Handbuch zur deutschen und allgemeinen Dialektforschung 1983 Berlin/New York 1526 1558 2. Halbband

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