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NORWEGIAN PHILOLOGISTS
IMPORTANT SOURCE LANGUAGE
LITHUANIAN PHILOLOGISTS
GREEK
BEGINNING
SCHOLARS
ENGLISH
LITERATURE
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FACT
SPECIALISTS
JUDGMENT
COLLECTION
SONGS
ANTHROPOLOGISTS
CATEGORY
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ORIGINAL FORM
BABYLONIAN
STUDENTS
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SUMERIAN
FIRST TYPE
SANSKRIT WORD
BOOKS WRITTEN
MODERN STATE
STUDY
SPANISH
PHILOSOPHERS
THEOLOGIANS
MODERN SCHOLARS
TRADITIONALISTS
PEOPLE
ARYANS
TIME
WORK
LINGUISTS
LANGUAGES
GREEKS
ANTIQUITY
ARCHEOLOGISTS
HISTORIANS
PHILOLOGY
PHILOLOGIST
PHILOLOGISTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Philologists are nothing but a guild of sky-pilots who are[Pg 146] not known as such · this is why the State takes an interest in them. (Web site)
  2. Philologists are also trained in various disciplines, usually with an historical base.
  3. The philologists are ready to defend the Indo-European forts and fight it out with the archeologists, whom they have dubbed Hindu nationalists. (Web site)
  4. The philologists are quarrelling about their 'equations,' and about the application of their phonetic laws to mythical proper names. (Web site)
  5. Songs for the Philologists is a collection of poems by E.V. Gordon and J. R. R. Tolkien as well as traditional songs.

Norwegian Philologists

  1. Pages in category "Norwegian philologists" The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total. (Web site)

Important Source Language

  1. It is no longer spoken or written, but it is an important source language for historians and philologists.

Lithuanian Philologists

  1. Pages in category "Lithuanian philologists" This category contains only the following page.

Greek

  1. The earliest French philologists, such as Perion and Henri Estienne, had sought to discover the origin of French in Greek and even in Hebrew.

Beginning

  1. Most philologists begin from the beginning, and even then they learn from books, and not through travels, &c. (Web site)
  2. The genesis of modern Chaucer criticism, from the beginning of the nineteenth century to 1945, was heavily formed by German philologists.

Scholars

  1. In this sense the scholars of Alexandria, who edited the Greek epics of Homer, were philologists. (Web site)

English

  1. This does not mean, however, that the audience is to be limited to English and Polish philologists. (Web site)

Literature

  1. For that reason, an army of philologists and scholars of literature was pressed into service to construct a separate written language. (Web site)

Challenge

  1. But it should not be ignored by classical philologists, for whom it will serve as a challenge and a source of strength. (Web site)

Fact

  1. Despite the fact that Fitzedward Hall and other eminent philologists used it.

Specialists

  1. They were historians, journalists, specialists in folklore, philologists.

Judgment

  1. Overstraining of the memory--very common among philologists, together with a poor development of the judgment. (Web site)

Collection

  1. A collection of these was privately published as the book Songs for the Philologists.

Songs

  1. Songs for the philologists is privately printed in the Department of English at University College, London, in 1936. (Web site)

Anthropologists

  1. The Latarnik coalition also includes anthropologists, Polish philologists and collectors of old photographs.

Category

  1. Pages in category "American philologists" The following 39 pages are in this category, out of 39 total. (Web site)
  2. Pages in category "Australian philologists" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. (Web site)
  3. Pages in category " German classical philologists " The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

Subcategories

  1. Category:Philologists by nationality Subcategories There are 3 subcategories to this category.

Original Form

  1. Philologists have reconstructed * Gut-þiuda, the "Gothic people," as a likely original form of the name.

Babylonian

  1. This fact, before Sumerian civilization was rediscovered, prompted many philologists to suspect a precursor civilization to the Babylonian. (Web site)

Students

  1. Many historians and philologists, archivists and librarians, university professors and students switched to Jewish history and Judaic studies. (Web site)

Teachers

  1. It is an essential tool for epigraphists, papyrologists, philologists, and students and teachers of Greek.

Sumerian

  1. Invaluable for philologists is a comparative lexicon of Sumerian, Hurrian, Babylonian and Ugaritic words. (Web site)

First Type

  1. Philologists of the first type are teachers at the public schools, those of the second are professors at the universities. (Web site)

Sanskrit Word

  1. Philologists say that the word "Man" is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "to think", probably in the sense of judging between one idea and another. (Web site)

Books Written

  1. I have read many books written by philologists. (Web site)

Modern State

  1. The modern state was indeed invented by intellectuals (historians and philologists) and then solidified by ethnic cleansing and the horrors of warfare. (Web site)

Study

  1. He was outstanding among American Orientalists and philologists and wrote A Sanskrit Grammar (1879) and Language and the Study of Language (1867).
  2. Philologists rely on archaeological excavation, so that they may study the literary and linguistic culture of the ancient world.

Spanish

  1. The team of teachers is made up of Spanish philologists, specialists in the teaching of Spanish as a second language.

Philosophers

  1. There was a lively exchange with historians, philosophers, philologists and, naturally, between the two theological faculties.

Theologians

  1. His zeal caused him to challenge the scientists, the theologians, the philologists, the anthropologists and sociologists.

Modern Scholars

  1. However, modern scholars, primarily philologists, believe it is most likely that the Buddha spoke an East-Indian popular language, Mâgadhî Prakrit. (Web site)

Traditionalists

  1. He encouraged philosophers, philologists, traditionalists, and other jurists mathematicians, physicians, astrologers and alchemists.

People

  1. It is to be hoped that there are a few people who look upon it as a problem why philologists should be the teachers of our noblest youths. (Web site)
  2. Thus, German philologists concluded, the German people have a direct ancestry with the people of the Arya region in Iran. (Web site)

Aryans

  1. Philologists can also, moreover, safely conclude that the Aryans must have had kings prior to emigrating from their original homeland in southern Russia. (Web site)

Time

  1. At that time, too, the manuscript became the subject of serious attention from philologists and art historians.
  2. Rhesa was the leading specialist in his field at the time, maintaining contact with Russian, Polish and Lithuanian philologists. (Web site)

Work

  1. The work has continued to attract the attention of philologists, mostly in Germany.
  2. Songs for Philologists strictly speaking is not a work of scholarship, but it is certainly of that flavor. (Web site)

Linguists

  1. The level of grammatical explanation available in the program will ensure that the program is of interest to philologists and other linguists.
  2. The philologists (later linguists) subsequently took up the challenge but in the end could only bring the problem into sharper definition. (Web site)

Languages

  1. Based on the undeniable resemblance of these languages, philologists termed them Indo-European language.
  2. In the 19th century, philologists devised a now classic classification of languages according to their morphology. (Web site)
  3. In the third place, he investigated the languages of the Caucasus, which his lucid analyses placed within reach of European philologists.

Greeks

  1. The real Greeks, and their "watering down" through the philologists. (Web site)

Antiquity

  1. In any case this antiquity has been very differently valued, and our appreciation of the philologists has constantly been guided by it. (Web site)

Archeologists

  1. The aim is to encourage dialogue among archeologists, historians and philologists in the Classical, Near Eastern and Anatolian traditions.

Historians

  1. Egyptologists, philologists, historians, classicists, art historians, and anthropologically trained archaeologists helped write it. (Web site)
  2. Philosophers, theologians, philologists, historians, and ethnologists began to be fascinated by the so-called comparative approach. (Web site)
  3. Most runestones had a practical, rather than a literary, purpose and are therefore mainly of interest to historians and philologists. (Web site)

Philology

  1. A fifth essay, published posthumously, had the title "We Philologists", and gave as a " Task for philology: disappearance".

Philologist

  1. The admiration which a discriminating man acquires as a philologist is in proportion to the rarity of the discrimination to be found in philologists. (Web site)
  2. Leopardi is the modern ideal of a philologist: The German philologists can do nothing. (Web site)

Philologists

  1. In order to understand how ineffectual this study is, just look at our philologists · they, trained upon antiquity, should be the most cultured men. (Web site)
  2. At the same time, it aroused the interest of philologists since it conserved language and literature which existed prior to the standardisation of Spanish. (Web site)
  3. German linguistics is traditionally called philology in Germany, as there is something of a difference between philologists and linguists. (Web site)

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