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By Bettina Coulon-Mrosowski

ISBN-10: 209189513X

ISBN-13: 9782091895130

Ce lexique, riche de three 500 expressions allemandes, vous indiquera non seulement leurs équivalents français mais aussi le niveau de langue concerné, le contexte, les synonymes et les particularités grammaticales ou syntaxiques propres à los angeles locution.

Un index français-allemand, situé en seconde partie de l'ouvrage, permet de trouver l'expression allemande l. a. plus juste à partir de 1500 expressions françaises clés.

L'auteur, Bettina Coulon-Mrosowski, universitaire de langue allemande, s'est connecté pendant près de cinq ans à repérer identités et disparités des différents idiomes.

Collection: Les Utilangues

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After Aristophanes, Parmenion of Byzantium (second /first century BC) wrote a P λ ; in this work he probably started from a term in koine and then gave the different local varieties. Clitarchus of Aegina (between the second half of the second century and the first century BC) wrote cc ; in his fragments words from Ambracia, Aeolia, Aetolia, Ionia, Clitoria in Arcadia, Cyprus, Cyrene, Sparta, Rhodes, and Thessaly are mentioned as well as some from Phrygia and Soli (on this cf. below, at pp. 44 – 45).

These are the most important features of the Oxyrhynchus Glossary: 1. The glossary is arranged in a strict alphabetical order. 2. The glossary does not seem concerned with literary authors, but rather with rare words taken from religion, everyday life, zoology, and ethnography. 3. The words lemmatized are all nouns. 4. The lemmata are often taken from Greek dialects and languages other than Greek. 5. The glossary almost always quotes the sources for the glosses. 6. None of the identifiable authors quoted in the glossary is dated later than the first century BC and the majority of them are dated between the fourth and second centuries BC.

7 The connection between the Chaldaean language and the people living in Babylon is moreover obvious in at least two passages in our papyrus, in fr. 3, iii, 14 – 15, which reads cc : $ c c [c…]| B , and again in fr. 3, iii, 19 – 20, which X reads c : {²} X cπ c [c …] | . e. 8 It seems clear, at any rate, that whether it is Akkadian or Aramaic, Chaldaean indicates a Semitic language. e. Persian, Babylonian and Chaldaean, meant the same language, at least for Greek people of the Hellenistic era. In the end, the linguistic strata of 6 7 8 Neo-Babylonian is well preserved, especially through documents written during the Chaldaean Dynasty (625 – 539 BC).

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