Normann ‘piactér’ a svéd Segels torget-től a cseh Uhelný trh-ön át az illír Trieste-ig

Földvári, Sándor (2006) Normann ‘piactér’ a svéd Segels torget-től a cseh Uhelný trh-ön át az illír Trieste-ig. In: Régészet, történelem, nyelvészet : A 75 éves Erdélyi István köszöntése. Őstörténeti füzetek (5). Magyar Tudomány a Világban Alapítvány, Göd, pp. 73-77. ISBN 963 210 3890


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The root *trg came from the North-German (Scandinavian, Nordic) languages into the Slavic ones, also to Baltic and some Balkanic languages, too. The possible contacts within the latest two ones are maintained in the paper, by the Baltic Galindai tribes (Slavic Goljađ) which inhabited down to South up to the Carpathian Mountains. The Illyrian Tergeste (name of Triest) provides the Balkanicn origin of the word, however, the Nordic origin is definitely evidenced. Author is of the opinion about the origin of North Germna across the Baltic peoples, the latest spead this word down to the Balcan, too. The quiestion remains open; the possible hypotheses are surveyed in the paper.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: D History General and Old World / történelem > D0 History (General) / történelem általában
P Language and Literature / nyelvészet és irodalom > P0 Philology. Linguistics / filológia, nyelvészet
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Date Deposited: 14 Sep 2018 15:00
Last Modified: 14 Sep 2018 15:00

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