Mediaeval studies in honor of Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford, Smith professor of French and Spanish literature, emeritus, edition by Urban T. Holmes, Jr. and Alex. J. Denomy.


Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1948.

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Other Authors Holmes, Urban T., 1900-1972,
Subjects Ford, J. D. M. (Jeremiah Denis Matthias), 1873-1958.
Philology.
Description xxxii, 376 pages portrait, facsimiles 22 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Notes The Irish marginalia in the Drummond Missal, by F.N. Robinson.--Insular Portuguese pronunciation: alleged Flemish influence, by F.M. Rogers.--Le manuscrit de Turin, aujourd'hui détruit, du lexique Abavus, by Mario Roques.--Lilium medicinae, by George Sarton.--The list of Norman names in the Auchinleck ms (Battle Abbey roll) by H.M. Smyser.--The history of diphthongization and metaphony in Rumanian, by L.F. Solano.--Unpublished Old High German gosses to Boethius and Prudentius, by Taylor Starck.--A colt's tooth, by B.J. Whiting.--Who named them rhétoriqueurs? By W.L. Wiley.--The meaning of ex nihilo in the church Fathers, Arabic and Hebrew philosophy and St. Thomas, by H.A. Wolfson.
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Contents Vita.--A bibliography of the writings of J.D.M. Ford (pages xxiii-xxxii)--Provençal os "jambon," by Clovis Brunel.--Ancient Ireland and Spain, by T.P. Cross.--Avaler et descendre, by Lucien Foulet.--A postscript in textual criticism, by E.B. Ham.--A sketch of Joinville's prose style, by Helmut Hatzfeld.--On the Vulgar Latin of Roman Britain, by Kenneth Jackson.--The praefatio and versus associated with some Old-Saxon Biblical poems, by F.P. Magoun, Jr.--An Old Spanish life of Saint Dominic: sources and date, by W.F. Manning.--Considerations on the interchange of -ou-, -oi- in Portuguese, by L.G. Moffatt.--How did the Fisher King get his name? By W.A. Nitze.--Un viejo romance cantado por Sabbatai Cevi, by R. Menéndez Pidal.
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