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AGATE offers all content as Linked Open Data over this RESTful API. The API implements the Hydra-Specification of the W3C Hydra Community Group. The semantic description of this API can be retrieved by clients via the Hydra documentation file (JSON). Each metadata record offered via this API can also be retrieved in one of following machine-readable LOD serializations.

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Altokzitanisches Wörterbuch

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name
Altokzitanisches Wörterbuch
alternateName

Dictionnaire de l’occitan médiéval

identifier
Project number in Academies Programme: I.B.14
acronym
DOM
foundingDate
1996-01-01
dissolutionDate
2020-12-31
description

In the Middle Ages, Old Occitan (formerly “Old Provençal”) was a literary and cultural language, the influence of which extended far beyond the frontiers of Southern France. It was also the language of the troubadours, whose songs had a decisive impact on the love poetry of the European literatures during the Middle Ages.

The only comprehensive portrayal of the Old Occitan vocabulary to have appeared up to now is the “Lexique roman” by François Raynouard. This lexicon, in six volumes, was published during the first half of the 19th century (1836–1845). It was supplemented by Emil Levy’s “Provenzalisches Supplementwörterbuch”, published between 1894 and 1924 and comprised eight volumes. An updated dictionary, taking into account progress in research over the last 100 years, has been the desideratum of literary scholars, linguists, and historians ever since. The publication of the new “Dictionnaire de l'occitan médiéval” (DOM) began at the end of 1996 and has been supervised by the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities. The DOM appeared in print until 2013; since then it has been available online at www.dom-en-ligne.de.

description

Altokzitanisch (in früherer Terminologie „Altprovenzalisch“) war im Mittelalter eine weit über ihre geographischen Grenzen im Süden Frankreichs hinaus wirkende Literatur- und Kultursprache. Es war auch die Sprache der Troubadours, deren Lieder die Liebeslyrik der großen europäischen Literaturen des Mittelalters entscheidend beeinflusst haben.

Die bisher einzige umfassende Darstellung des altokzitanischen Wortschatzes, das „Lexique roman“ in 6 Bänden von François Raynouard, stammt aus der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts (1836–1845). Es wurde in den Jahren 1894–1924 durch das „Provenzalische Supplementwörterbuch“ von Emil Levy (8 Bände) ergänzt. Ein modernen Ansprüchen genügendes Wörterbuch des Altokzitanischen, das dem Wissensfortschritt der letzten 100 Jahre Rechnung trägt, ist für Literatur- und Sprachwissenschaftler oder Historiker in aller Welt ein seit langem bestehendes Desiderat. Die Veröffentlichung des neuen „Dictionnaire de l’occitan médiéval“ (DOM) hat Ende 1996 begonnen und wird seit 1997 von der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften betreut. Bis 2013 erfolgte die Publikation in gedruckter Form, inzwischen erscheint das DOM ausschließlich in einer Internetversion: www.dom-en-ligne.de.

keywords
Dictionary
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Completed
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German Academies' Programme
location
Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Munich
Bavaria
Germany
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Middle Ages
11. Century CE
12. Century CE
13. Century CE
14. Century CE
15. Century CE
16. Century CE
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South of France
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Linguistics
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Gathering
Recording
Designing
Programming
Translation
Writing
Annotating
Cleanup
Editing
Content Analysis
Network Analysis
Relational Analysis
Spatial Analysis
Structural Analysis
Stylistic Analysis
Contextualizing
Archiving
Organizing
Preservation
Commenting
Communicating
Publishing
keywords
Bibliographic Listings
Data
Link
Literature
Manuscript
Metadata
Methods
Language
Text
Tools
keywords
Encoding
Migration > Storage-Preservation
Preservation Metadata > Storage-Preservation
Brainstorming
Browsing
Durable Persistent Media > Storage-Preservation
mainEntityOfPage
http://www.badw.de/forschungseinrichtung/forschungsvorhaben.html?tx_badwdb_projects%5Bproject_id%5D=50&tx_badwdb_projects%5Baction%5D=show&tx_badwdb_projects%5Bcontroller%5D=Projects&cHash=5cb58c4ab5ffb0641ad7103c385fbf03
url
https://dom.badw.de
member
Role: Project Leader
Role: Research Associate
Role: Research Associate
Role: Research Associate
member
Role: Project maintaining academy

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