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The Monsee fragments. Newly collated text with introduction, notes, grammatical treatise and exhaustive glossary, and a photo-lithographic fac-simile; ed. by George Allison Hench ...

Main Author: Hench, George Allison, 1866-1899.
Related Names: Augustine Saint, Bishop of Hippo , Isidorus bp. of Seville d. 636.
Language(s): English
Published: Strassburg, K. J. Trübner, 1890.
Subjects: Manuscripts, German > Facsimiles.
German language > Old High German, 750-1050 > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
German language > Old High German, 750-1050 > Grammar.
Note: Fragments of a codex of the ninth century, formerly in the monastery of Monsee, now in the Imperial library at Vienna (with exception of two leaves in the library at Hanover) It contains parts of the Gospel of St. Matthew and several homilies, in Latin and Old High German.
Physical Description: xxv, 212 p. front. (facsim.) 23 1/2cm.
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