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Gwybodaeth Lyfryddol
Tartessian - Celtic in the South-West at the Dawn of History
John T. Koch
ISBN: 9781891271175 (1891271172)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Mai 2009
Cyhoeddwr: Celtic Studies Publications - Cymru (Aberystwyth), Aberystwyth
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 240x170 mm, 176 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Archebir yn ôl y galw Ein Pris: £19.95   
Does dim Adolygiad Cwsmer i'r teitl hwn.
 
Ysgrifennwch Adolygiad Cwsmer
Cyfrol sy'n talu sylw i gartref y Celtiaid yn y de-orllewin pell, y Penrhyn Iberaidd, sef Portiwgal a Sbaen erbyn heddiw. Tua 430 cc, pan oedd Herodotos, 'Tad Hanes', yn ysgrifennu, yr oedd teyrnas Tartesos eisoes wedi darfod. Yr oedd dylanwad y syniad o Dartesos ar y dychymyg clasurol yn eithriadol o rymus.

Beyond the Aegean, some of the earliest written records of Europe come from the south-west, what is now southern Portugal and south-west Spain. Herodotus, the 'Father of History', locates the Keltoi or 'Celts' in this region, as neighbours of the Kunetes of the Algarve. He calls the latter the 'westernmost people of Europe'.
Tabl Cynnwys:
Preface
Map: Tartessian inscriptions
Map: Tartessian inscriptions from south Portugal
Map: Late Bronze Age warrior stelae

Introduction

Background:
Purpose, Methods, and a Few Tentative Conclusions
Map: the Ancient Celtic languages
Dating and Archaeological Background
La Joya funerary chariot
Swords from the Huelva deposition
Script and Transliteration
The Espanca stone
The ‘Hamito-Semitic Hypothesis’
Hypothesis: Celtic emerged in the Iberian Peninsula

Tartessian Inscriptions

Tartessian Linguistic Elements:
Names
Summary
Alphabetical List of Names
Inscription from Villafranca de la Barros
Nouns (Substantives)
Pronouns
Numerals
Prepositions
Preverbs
Verbs
Inflexional Categories
A Point of Phonology or Morphology
Notes on Syntax and Word Order
Dialect Affiliation

Appendices:
Map: Celticization by Iron Age Invasions
Appendix A: O’Donnell Lectures
Map: Alternative Bronze Age Contexts for
Proto-Celtic
Map: Gündlingen swords
Appendix B: Darlith Prifysgol Cymru
Amffora win Phoenicaidd o dde Sbaen
Coflech rhyfelwr Solana de Cabañas
Map: rhai enwau gyda’r terfyniad -briga

Bibliography
Language-name abbreviations used in Index
Index, Linguistic and General
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Beyond the Aegean, some of the earliest written records of Europe come from the south-west, what is now southern Portugal and south-west Spain. Herodotus, the 'Father of History', locates the Keltoi or 'Celts' in this region, as neighbours of the Kunetes of the Algarve. He calls the latter the 'westernmost people of Europe'. However, modern scholars have been disinclined - until recently - to consider the possibility that the south-western inscriptions and other early linguistic evidence from the kingdom of Tartessos were Celtic. This book shows how much of this material closely resembles the attested Celtic languages: Celtiberian (spoken in east-central Spain) and Gaulish, as well as the longer surviving languages of Ireland, Britain, and Brittany. In many cases, the 85 Tartessian inscriptions of the period c.750-c.450 BC can now be read as complete statements written in an Ancient Celtic language.
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