Armour from the Battle of Wisby 1361. Vol. I by Bengt Thordeman

By Bengt Thordeman

The conflict of Wisby, at which 1800 rapidly assembled peasants collected in useless to guard their urban from the onslaught of Waldemar of Denmark, may be the main celebrated medieval conflict in Scandinavia and but, have been it now not for the mass graves of the defenders, it might be all yet unknown to Western scholars of medieval heritage. The peat bathroom during which the our bodies have been hurriedly buried after days within the scorching sunlight preserved not just bones but in addition harnesses and accoutrements, leaving crucial archaeological checklist for the interval. released initially in 1939, Bengt Thordemans paintings at the conflict, constructed from the hundreds of thousands of artefacts found within the mass burial, has been stated in nearly each bibliography at the topics of fingers and armour and used as a key resource for the relationship of medieval cash.

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He traveled extensively in the Vogul-speaking areas and collected a wealth of material from all four major dialect groups as well as going through Reguly's texts with native speakers in preparation for their editing . His major publications are: 1) A vogul nyelvjarasok sz6ragozasukban ismertetve (Vogul Dialects and Their Inflection), NyK XXI-XXIV (1890-1894) treating the Northern, Middle Lozva, Lower Lozva, Kanda, Pelym, and Tavda dialects, and 2) Vogul nepkO/tesi gyajtemeny (Vogul Folklore Collection).

This usage is not very common and occurs typically together with verbs meaning 'to hear, to see, to know'. ' d) Attribute. The participle is widely used in an attributive function and can be preceded by objects and adverbials, corresponding widely to (English) relative clauses . Some examples: ~ry- 'to sing' > ~ryan xum 'sing-PART, man-NOM: singer [singing man]', woraj- 'to hunt'> woraj-an xum 'hunt-PART, man-NOM: the hunter [the man (who is) hunting]', min- 'to go' > ~~<'a - te jot sali-1 min-ne xum 'woman-Px3SG, with, reindeer-INSTR , go-PART, man-NOM : the man going with his wife on a reindeer', wsr- 'to make' > x~P w~r-ne xum 'boat-NOM, make-PART , man-NoM: the man (who is) making a boat', a/is/- 'to hunt' > xol alis/-an piyris 'fish-NOM, hunt-PART, boy-NOM: the boy (who is) fishing.

4. 0. General Remarks In this chapter no attempt can be made to give an exhaustive account of the processes by which new words are formed in Vogul. Instead a brief survey will be given of word formation as regards nouns, adjectives, and verbs. Whereas no word categories in Vogul can be regarded as being completely closed , these are certainly the most open in this regard. In keeping with its basic agglutinative nature, Vogul forms most new words through suffixation, with compounding still being a productive alternative.

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