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ISTORY OF ENGLISH. LECTURE 2 Old English: language (I). Lei ZHU Shanghai International Studies University. 1 History and dialects: a panorama. c500 BCArrival of Celtic speakers. Pictish. Scottish. Brito-Welsh. 1 History and dialects: a panorama. c500 BCArrival of Celtic speakers

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Lecture 2 old english language i

ISTORY OF ENGLISH

LECTURE 2Old English:language (I)

Lei ZHU

Shanghai International Studies University


1 history and dialects a panorama

1 History and dialects: a panorama

c500 BCArrival of Celtic speakers


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Pictish

Scottish

Brito-Welsh


1 history and dialects a panorama1

1 History and dialects: a panorama

c500 BCArrival of Celtic speakers

c 45–c410Britain becomes part of the Roman Empire, forming the Roman colony ‘Britannia’.

c 410Collapse of Roman Empire; Romans leave Britain.


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Pictish

Scottish

Brito-Welsh

Latin


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

c500 BCArrival of Celtic speakers

c 45–c410Britain becomes part of the Roman Empire, forming the Roman colony ‘Britannia’.

c 410Collapse of Roman Empire; Romans leave Britain.

449Traditional date for the invasion of Britain by the Angles, Saxons, and

Jutes. (Teutonic Conquest)


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1 History and dialects: a panorama


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

Pictish

Scottish

Brito-Welsh

Latin


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Kentish

West Saxon

Northumbrian

Anglian

Mercian

Old English dialects


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

After the Teutonic Conquest

597Arrival of Roman mission in England and introduction of Christianity.


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601Augustine becomes the first Archbishop of Canterbury

c700-20Lindisfarne Gospelswritten in Latin

731Bede completes his Ecclesiastical History of the English People in Latin

Re-entry of Latin


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

After the Teutonic Conquest

597Arrival of Roman mission in England and introduction of Christianity.

780sPeriod of Scandinavian invasion begins.

870sScandinavian settlement in England.


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Scandinaviansettlements


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

After the Teutonic Conquest

597Arrival of Roman mission in England and introduction of Christianity.

780sPeriod of Scandinavian invasion begins.

870sScandinavian settlement in England.

871–899Reign of Alfred (849-901) as King of Wessex.

878Battle of Edington, in which Alfred triumphs over Vikings and agrees on areas of Scandinavian settlement (later to be known as the ‘Danelaw’).


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871-99Translations of, e.g. Bede’s Ecclesiastical History, Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy, Gregory’s Pastoral Care

c890-1154 The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

c1000Copying of Beowulf (written c700)

Ælfric (c955-c1020)

Wulfstan (?-1023)

Revival of Old English


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

After the Teutonic Conquest

597Arrival of Roman mission in England and introduction of Christianity.

780sPeriod of Scandinavian invasion begins.

870sScandinavian settlement in England.

871(–99)Reign of Alfred as King of Wessex.

878Battle of Edington, in which Alfred triumphs over Vikings and agrees on areas of Scandinavian settlement (later to be known as the ‘Danelaw’).

1066Battle of Hastings; William I (the Conqueror) reigns over England (until 1087).


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1 History and dialects: a panorama

Celtic

Latin

Scandinavian

(Old Norse)

Kentish

West Saxon

Northumbrian

Anglian

Mercian

OE


2 orthography and pronunciation

2 Orthography and pronunciation

  • Runes

    (Futhorc)


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2 Orthography and pronunciation

  • Latin alphabet


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半安色尔体

海岛体


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Vowels 元音: Monophthongs单元音

Manuscript Modern IPA examples printing


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Vowels 元音: Diphthongs双元音

Manuscript Modern IPA examples printing


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Consonants辅音: Plosives爆破音 and affricates塞擦音

Manuscript Modern IPA examples printing

V+g+V

g+i/e;

i/e/æ+g

c+i/e;

i/e/æ+c


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Consonants辅音: Fricatives擦音

Manuscript Modern IPA examples printing

V+f+V

V+s+V

V+þ/ð+V

a/o/u/æ+h

i/e/y+h


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Consonants辅音: Nasals鼻音, liquids流音 and semi-vowels半元音

Manuscript Modern IPA examples printing

Abbreviations简写形式

and/ond (and)

þæt(that)

þer(there)

omission of m or n


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The Old English Hexateuch

(London, British Library, MS. Cotton Claudius B. iv)


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Adam ða cwæð∙ þis is nu ban of

minum banum∙ & flæsc of minum flæsce∙ beo heo ge

ciged fæmne∙ for ðan ðe heo is of hyre were genumen.


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Ādam ðā cwæð: “þis is nū bān of mīnum bānum, & flǣsċ

Nom.sg. Nom.sg. Nom.sg. Dat.pl. Nom.sg.

of mīnum flǣsċe. Bēo hēo ġeċīġed fǣmne, for ðan ðe

Dat.sg. Nom.sg. Nom.sg.

hēo is of hyre were ġenumen.”

Nom.sg. Gen.sg. Dat.sg.

sg. pl.

Nom. Gen. Dat. Dat.

Ādam

þis

bān bānum

flǣsċ flǣsċe

mīnum mīnum

hēo hyre

were

And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh

of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because

she was taken out of Man.


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Declension of nouns

m.

n.

f.

‘stone’

‘ship’

‘tale’

n-declension (weak declension)

mutation declension

‘foot’

‘man’


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Declension of adjectives

‘blind’

indefinite

definite


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Declension of demonstratives

Instr.

þӯ

þӯ


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Declension of interrogative and indefinite pronouns

m./f. n.

Nom. hwā hwæt

Acc. hwone, hwæne hwæt

Gen. hwæs hwæs

Dat. hwǣm, hwām hwǣm, hwām

Instr. hwī, hwon hwī, hwon, hwan


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Declension of personal pronouns


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Ādam ðā cwæð: “þis is nū bān of mīnum bānum, & flǣsċ

preterite3sg. present3sg.

(ġe)cweþan bēon

of mīnum flǣsċe. Bēo hēo ġeċīġed fǣmne, for ðan ðe

future3sg. past participle

bēon (ġe)ċīeġan

hēo is of hyre were ġenumen.”

present3sg. past participle

bēon (ġe)niman

And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh

of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because

she was taken out of Man.


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Conjugation of verbs

Indicative Subjunctive Imperative Participle Infinitive

Pres. Pret.

Pres. Pret.

Pres.

Pres. Pret.

Simple Inflected

I

II

III

Weak

verbs

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

Strong

verbs


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Weak verbs

lufian ‘love’


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Weak verbs

dēman ‘deem’


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Weak verbs

habban ‘have’


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Strong verbs

drīfan ‘drive’


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Strong verbs: the seven classes


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Bēon-wesan ‘be’

Present. Preterite

Indicative

Sg.1 eombēowæs

2 eartbistwǣre

3 isbiþwæs

Pl. sind(on), sintbēoþwǣron

Subjunctive

Sg. sīebēo wǣre

Pl. sīenbēon wǣren

Imperative

Sg. wes bēo

Pl. wesaþ bēoþ

Participle

wesendebēondeġebēon


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Ādam ðā cwæð: “þis is nū bān of mīnum bānum, & flǣsċ

then now and

of mīnum flǣsċe. Bēo hēo ġeċīġed fǣmne, for ðan ðe

because

hēo is of hyre were ġenumen.”

And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh

of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because

she was taken out of Man.


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Gloss and translate the passage!

For ðan forlǣt se man fæder & mōdor, & ġeðēot hine

to his wīfe, & hī bēoð būta on ānum flǣsce. Hī wǣron ðā

būta ādam & his wīf nacode. & him ðæs ne sċeamode.

forlǣt:(he/she/it) leaves

ġeðēot:(he/she/it) joins

būta:both n.

nacode:naked n.pl.

sċeamode:(it) caused shame


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For ðan forlǣt se man fæder & mōdor, & ġeðēot hine

therefore leaves the man father and mother and joins him(self)

Ind.pres.3sg. Nom.sg.m. Acc.sg.m. Acc.sg.f. Ind.pres.3sg. Acc.sg.m.

to his wīfe, & hī bēoð būta on ānum flǣsce. Hī wǣron ðā

to his wife and they shall-be both in one flesh they were then

Dat.sg.n. Nom.pl.Ind.fut.3pl.Nom.n. Dat.sg.n. Dat.sg.n. Nom.pl.Ind.pt.3pl.

būta ādam & his wīf nacode. & him ðæs ne sceamode.

both Adam and his wife naked and to-them of-that not caused-shame

Nom.n. Nom.sg.m. Nom.sg.n.Nom.pl.n. Dat.pl. Gen.sg. Ind.pt.3sg.


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For ðan forlǣt se man fæder & mōdor, & ġeðēot hine

to his wīfe, & hī bēoð būta on ānum flǣsce. Hī wǣron ðā

būta ādam & his wīf nacode. & him ðæs ne sceamode.

Therefore shall the man leave his father and mother, and shall join himself with his wife, and they shall be both in one flesh. They were then, both Adam and his wife, naked. And to them there was no shame of it.

Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed. (KJV=King James Version)


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4 Reading practice (I)

Peterborough Chronicle for AD 595

(The first sentence is in Latin.)


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4 Reading practice (I)

Vocabulary

bryteneBritain

englaAngles

godesgod’s

godspellodongospelled (=preached)

gregoriusGregory

herhere; in this year

manengummany (scribal mis-spelling)

midwith

munucummonks

papaPope

sendesent

þe who (relative pronoun)

þeodanation, people

welwell (=very)

wordword


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