Dating the poems of Aneirin and Taliesin

@article{SimsWilliams2016DatingTP,
  title={Dating the poems of Aneirin and Taliesin},
  author={Patrick Sims‐Williams},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r celtische Philologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={63},
  pages={163 - 234}
}
Abstract Dieser Aufsatz behandelt, zum Teil im Vergleich mit frühirischer Dichtung, die kymrischen Gedichte, die traditionell den Dichtern Aneirin und Taliesin des sechsten Jahrhunderts zugeschrieben werden. Er vertritt den Standpunkt, daß die linguistischen Einwände gegen eine so frühe Datierung irrig oder nicht schlüssig sind, legt allerdings auch dar, warum mangels grammatischen Vergleichsmaterials aus dem sechsten Jahrhundert es nicht gelungen ist zu zeigen, daß die Sprache dieser Gedichte… Expand
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