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The Arthurian Battle Of Badon And Braydon Forest, Wiltshire, Andrew Breeze Nov 2015

The Arthurian Battle Of Badon And Braydon Forest, Wiltshire, Andrew Breeze

Journal of Literary Onomastics

No abstract.


From Honor To Ridicule To Shame To Fame: The Naming And Re-Naming Of Túrin Son Of Húrin, Marie Nelson Nov 2015

From Honor To Ridicule To Shame To Fame: The Naming And Re-Naming Of Túrin Son Of Húrin, Marie Nelson

Journal of Literary Onomastics

No abstract.


The Social And Cultural Meanings Of Names In Late Antique Italy, 313-604, Eric Ware Jun 2014

The Social And Cultural Meanings Of Names In Late Antique Italy, 313-604, Eric Ware

Master's Theses

This thesis examines many uses of names in Italian culture and society between the years 313 and 604. Through an anthroponymic study of names in Late Antique Italy, I explore the relationships between names and religion, social groups, gender, and language. I analyze the name patterns statistically and through micro-historical studies. This thesis argues that, contrary to studies emphasizing the late antique decline of the Roman trinominal system, Italian names demonstrated continuity with classical onomastic practices. The correlations between saint’s cults and local names and the decline of pagan names suggests that saints’ names replaced pagan ones as apotropaic ...


Egbert’S England, George Beech Jan 2013

Egbert’S England, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


How England Got Its Name, (1014-1030), George Beech Dec 2008

How England Got Its Name, (1014-1030), George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


How Angleterre Came To Be The French Country Name For England In The Eleventh Century, George Beech Dec 2007

How Angleterre Came To Be The French Country Name For England In The Eleventh Century, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


How England Got Its Name, (1014-1035), George Beech Sep 2007

How England Got Its Name, (1014-1035), George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


Preface, George Beech, Monique Bourin, Pascal Chareille Dec 2001

Preface, George Beech, Monique Bourin, Pascal Chareille

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


La Dévolution Des Noms Et La Structure De La Famille: L'Exemple Poitevin, George Beech Oct 1996

La Dévolution Des Noms Et La Structure De La Famille: L'Exemple Poitevin, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


Le Choix Du Nom D'Enfant En Poitou X1e-X11e Sieèles: L'Importance Des Noms Famillaux, George Beech, E Krawutschke Dec 1994

Le Choix Du Nom D'Enfant En Poitou X1e-X11e Sieèles: L'Importance Des Noms Famillaux, George Beech, E Krawutschke

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


Les Noms De Personne Poitevins Du 9e Au 12e Siècle, George Beech Dec 1973

Les Noms De Personne Poitevins Du 9e Au 12e Siècle, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.