ON THE DIGLOSSY OF MIDDLE-AGE GLOSSATOR: THE LINGUISTIC-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE OLD HIGH GERMAN-LATIN GLOSSARIES OF VIII-X CENTURIES

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The article deals with the linguistic-culture analysis of the Old High German glossaries of VIII-X c. and the bilingualism of their authors. It is known that main culture, science and religion language in Middle-Age Europe was Latin that was more “prestige” in the society. The Old High German and Middle High German later were in the subordinate status in comparison with the Latin. The bases of this research are glossary “Abrogans” of 750 year (in Aleman dialect of Old High German), St. Gallen glossary (in Aleman dialect too), Kassel glosses (in Bavaria dialect, IX c.), Paris manuscript (in Middle Frank dialect, X c.). These glossaries were aimed both at German Latin speakers and at Romanic traveler arrived in German. The linguistic-culture basic concepts of the remodeling of the Middle-Age glossator linguistic identity are given on the basis of the analysis of the glossaries and the cultural situation represented in those texts.


S S Kalinin

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Kalinin Stepan Sergeevich is a graduate student of the Department of Linguistics and Translation, Institute of Philology, Foreign Languages and Media Communications of the Kemerovo State University.

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