The Bohemian scholar Joseph Dobrowsky (1753–1829) played a key role in the Czech national revival of the nineteenth century. Born in Hungary, he went to a German school there and also acquired the Czech language. At Prague, he studied philosophy and theology. In the 1780s, Dobrowsky pursued philological interests and helped to establish the Royal Czech Society of Sciences. His linguistic research encompasses work on literary terms, orthography and historically comparative aspects of the Slavic languages. Reissued here is the revised and expanded 1818 edition of a work first published in 1792. In black-letter German, it deals with the origins and development of the Czech language, locating it within the Slavic language family. Dobrowsky also provides a full list of the most important Bohemian theological and literary writings from the sixth to the sixteenth century.
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- Date Published: September 2013
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108066013
- length: 428 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 24 mm
- weight: 0.54kg
- contains: 1 b/w illus.
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Alter und Ursprung der slawischen Sprache
2. Verhältniss der slawischen Sprache zu andern Sprachen
3. Kurzer Abriss der slawonischen Sprache
4. Mundarten der slawischen Sprache
5. Böhmische Sprache
6. Schriftarten der Slawen
7. Schicksale der slawischen Liturgie in Böhmen
8. Perioden der Kultur der böhmischen Sprache, erste Periode (550–845)
9. Zweite Periode (845–1310)
10. Böhmische Schriften des 13ten Jahrhunderts bis 1310
11. Dritte Periode vom Jahre 1310 bis 1410
12. Denkmahle der böhmischen Sprache aus diesem Zeitraume
13. Vierte Periode (1410–1526)
14. Denkmale aus dem 15ten Jahrhunderte
15. Gedruckte Bücher in böhmischer Sprache vom Jahre 1475–1500
16. Fortgesetztes Verzeichniss der gedruckten böhmischen Bücher von 1501–26
17. Beschluss der vierten Periode: Geschäftssprache, Besetzung aller Amtsstellen mit Böhmen
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