The Figurative History of Money: Cognitive Foundations of Money Names in Anglo-Saxon

@article{Davidko2017TheFH,
  title={The Figurative History of Money: Cognitive Foundations of Money Names in Anglo-Saxon},
  author={Natalya Davidko},
  journal={Studies About Languages},
  year={2017},
  pages={56-72}
}
The current research is the first in a series of articles devoted to the money names in difefrent periods of the English language history and is an attempt to reconstruct cognitive foundations for designating the concept of money in the Anglo-Saxon period (AD 410 -- 1066) and look at how specific historical processes and human practices might have affected the naming.Money as an object of cognition is a prepogative of economics, and as artifacts of numismatics. Linguistics is yet to contribute… 
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