Übersetzung für 'abecedarium' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an abecedarium | abecedaria
Abecedarium {n}
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Übersetzung für 'abecedarium' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Abecedarium {n}archaeo.ling.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • An abecedarium (also known as an abecedary or ABCs or simply an ABC) is an inscription consisting of the letters of an alphabet, almost always listed in order.
  • Since his 2010 and 2011 books "L'Abécédaire de l'in-nocence" ("Abecedarium of no-harm") and "Le Grand Remplacement" ("The Great Replacement")—both unpublished in English—Camus has been warning of the purported danger of the "Great Replacement".
  • Among the earliest known uses of sampi in this function is an abecedarium from Samos dated to the mid-7th century BC.
  • In 1828, he published a supplement, titled "Zur Literatur der Runen", where he discusses the "Abecedarium Nordmannicum".
  • The earliest example in a linguistic context (as opposed to an "abecedarium") is already in futhorc, in the Kent II, III and IV coin inscriptions (the personal names "pada" and "æpa"/"epa"), dated to ca.

  • The Icelandic Rune Poem has been called the most systemized of the rune poems (including the "Abecedarium Nordmannicum") and has been compared to the "ljóðaháttr" verse form.
  • Among the songs is the Abecedarium RS 279, which tends to confirm the Lotharingian provenance of the author since the opening word ‘An’ is the dialect spelling of ‘En’ but is needed to start with ‘A’ to make the ABC sequence work (that said, the final stanza spells ‘E! ...
  • He was the author of the "Abecedarium Anglico-Latinum" (1552).
  • Commissioned in 2008 by the New York Public Library, Lynne Sachs ventured into the realm of online installations with the web piece Abecedarium NYC.
  • The Latin "Enschedé Abecedarium" of the late 15th century, translated into English as the "Salisbury Prymer", has been identified as the earliest example of a printed primer.

  • Among the Glagolitic inscriptions is the Preslav Abecedarium, a liturgical text including the first thirteen letters of that alphabet; some of the Cyrillic texts were written on ceramic tiles.
  • The 9th-century "abecedarium anguliscum" in Codex Sangallensis 878 shows "eolh" as a peculiar shape, as it were a bindrune of the older [...] with the Younger Futhark [...] , resulting in an "asterisk" shape similar to "ior" [...].
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