5 edition of landscape of place-names found in the catalog.
landscape of place-names
Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-323) and index.
|Statement||by Margaret Gelling and Ann Cole.|
|LC Classifications||DA645 .G43 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 391 p. :|
|Number of Pages||391|
|ISBN 10||1900289261, 1900289253|
|LC Control Number||2001430568|
Whether you were a peasant, pilgrim, drover, trader, warrior, bishop, king or queen, travel would have been fundamental to life in the early middle ages and this book explores the physical means by which the landscape was constituted to facilitate and improve the movement of people, goods and ideas from the seventh through to the eleventh.
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The landscape of place-names Paperback – January 1, by Margaret Gelling (Author) › Visit Amazon's Margaret Gelling Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an landscape of place-names book.
Learn about Author Central Cited by: Another assigned reading for my English Place-Names course, The Landscape of Place-Names proved to be an incredibly fascinating look at the land of England as seen by Anglo-Saxon eyes. The book focuses mostly on the topographic elements in place-names (words for describing physical features like hills, valleys, forest, etc.)4/5.
Gelling and Cole's pioneering study is essentially a rewrite of a previous work by Gelling entitled Place Names in the Landscape. The present book is far more than merely an updated edition, however. Very little of the text of the previous publication remains verbatim, and much has been added, including 68 black and white illustrations and maps.
The landscape of modern England still bears the imprint of its Anglo-Saxon past. Villages and towns, fields, woods and forests, parishes and shires, all shed light on the enduring impact of the Anglo-Saxons.
The essays in this volume explore the richness of the interactions between the Anglo-Saxons and their landscape: how they understood, described, and exploited the environments of which Reviews: 1. Some Apache place names describe features of the landscape or climate, while others derive from historical or mythological events.
All, however, are rich in descriptive imagery and depth of meaning for the Apache people of the by: The landscape of place-names. esp. "Introduction" and chapter 5.
Type Book Author(s) Margaret Gelling, Ann Cole Date Publisher Shaun Tyas Pub place Stamford ISBNISBN, Preview. Sometimes the light thrown by Scandinavian place-names on the Anglo-Saxon landscape only seems to offer a pale reflection of reality or perhaps more exactly a negative view of it, as in the map of England and southern Scotland (Figure ), on which small open circles, black circles and open squares show the presence of settlements with names ending in the elements -bý, -thorp or hybrid names.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). The study of local toponymy and of place-names within the wider district can considerably add to our understanding of the local landscape of assembly sites, their topography and functional arrangements, and their wider context.
A variety of place-name elements make reference to places of congregation for a number of different purposes: judicial. Ranging from the earliest settlement period through to the urban expansion of late Anglo-Saxon England, this book draws on evidence from place-names, written sources, and the landscape itself to provide fresh insights into the topic.
This book looks at the study of place names elements describing landscape features and has been warmly received by local historians and students of place names. Essential for all who study names, landscapes and linguistics.
The book is a major rewrite of Margaret Gelling's earlier classic, Place-Names in the Landscape, substantially increased in size and illustrated with explanatory diagrams and maps by Ann Cole.
It has a full index (68 pages long) and an introduction which places the material in its historical context/5(2). Place names in the Landscape is a fascinating book, giving useful insights into how places were named in times of antiquity.
Discover what your local places were in Viking times, or even earlier. For anyone who is interested in local history, this book is a must.
Read more. 6 people found this helpful/5(8). Gaelic and Norse in the Landscape Place names in Caithness and Sutherland A’ Ghàidhlig is Lochlannais air Aghaidh na Tìre Ainmean-àite ann an Gallaibh, Cataibh is Dùthaich MhicAoidh Caithness Book, North of Scotland Newspapers Waugh, Doreen ‘The Place-Names of Stroma’ in: D A Young (ed.).
In this book, Margaret Gelling and Ann Cole present a wealth of information on the role of the landscape in creating names for places, and what place-names can tell us about topographical words.
Each chapter follows the same format, approaching the topic in such a way as to make reference quick and simple. It enables people to read and understand place-names in Gaelic, providing insights into landscape character and history.
The book enriches the experience of walkers, climbers, sailors, bird watchers and fishers by sketching the named context, where they practise their pursuits. The book is a major rewrite and update of her previous book Place-Names in the Landscape. It contains separate chapters on hills, valleys, woods, etc., and you discover that, for example, "hurst" is a wooded hillock, "shaw" is a small wood and "holt" is a single-species wood.5/5(1).
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Buy The Landscape of Place-Names by Margaret Gelling, Ann Cole from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: 3rd Edition. Names of landscape features Topographical names were held in low esteem by early place name scholars but their importance was raised in a book by Margaret Gelling, first published in Latin and Gaelic derived names occur in Canada.
There are also aboriginal place names. Place name origins in Australia Australian place names are. Place Names In The Landscape book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this text, the author presents details of her resear /5. Hough, C.
() Review of 'The landscape of place-names.' Gelling, M. and Cole, A. Stamford, Lincolnshire: Shaun Tyas, ISBN Nomina: Journal of the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, 24, pp. [Book Review]. The book is a major rewrite of Margaret Gelling's previous work, Place-Names In The Landscape, here substantially increased in size and illustrated with explanatory diagrams and maps by Ann Cole.
It is issued with a full index and an introduction which places the material in its historical context. Book Title: Perceptions of Place: Twenty-First-Century Interpretations of English Place-Name Studies: APA6 Citation: Cullen, P. English place-names and landscape terminology.
In J. Carroll, & D. Parsons (Eds.), Perceptions of Place: Twenty-First-Century Interpretations of English Place-Name Studies, English Place-Name Society Author: Paul. Cullen. Wisdom Sits in Places, the first sustained study of places and place-names by an anthropologist, explores place, places, and what they mean to a particular group of people, the Western Apache in Arizona.
For more than thirty years, Keith Basso has been doing fieldwork among the Western Apache, and now he shares with us what he has learned of. Naming and re-naming the Australian landscape Edited by Harold Koch and Luise Hercus Aboriginal approaches to the naming of places across Australia differ radically from the official introduced Anglo-Australian system.
PDF | OnPremysl Macha and others published Place Names, Landscape, and Identity. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate In book: Landscape as a factor. The Landscape of Suffolk Place-Names with Dr Keith Briggs (Independent Scholar) at the Suffolk Punch Trust, Hollesley on Saturday, 29th September, The aim of the day is to explain where our places-names came from, and why they take the form they do.
Buy a cheap copy of Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and book by Keith H. Basso. This remarkable book introduces us to four unforgettable Apache people, each of whom offers a different take on the significance of places in their culture. Apache Free shipping over $Cited by: Place-names, Language and the Anglo-Saxon Landscape by N.
Higham,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Place-names, language and the Anglo-Saxon landscape: an introduction / Martin J.
Ryan --The landscape of place-name studies / Alexander R. Rumble --Place-names as travellers' landmarks / Ann Cole --Light thrown by Scandinavian place-names on the Anglo-Saxon landscape / Gillian Fellows-Jensen --Language and the Anglo-Saxon landscape: towards.
But before you go out to take landscape pictures, don’t forget that an important element of landscape photography is the light to the beautiful scenery. It’s best to take photos at dusk or dawn with low angle light.
This light renders the beautiful landscape with low contrast and sidelight giving a. Etymology. The word "toponymy" is derived from the Greek words tópos (τόπος) "place" and ónoma (ὄνομα) "name".
Toponymy itself is a branch of onomastics, the study of names of all kinds. In a more restricted sense, the term 'toponymy' refers to an inventory of toponyms, while the discipline researching such names is referred to as toponomastics.
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Intensive elicitation about landscape terms and place names was conducted by me with several Tenejapan consultants in field trips in , based on methods set out. Galloway Place-Names database launched | The Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership Last night (12th May), the ‘Place-Names of the Galloway Glens: The Language of the landscape’ online seminar took place, with more than 80 people from across the world ‘dialling in’ to take part in an event led by the University of Glasgow’s Professor 5/5(2).
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Wisdom Sits in Places analyzes the relationship between geographical location, cultural symbolism and place-names in the language and linguistic practices of the Western Apache tribe located in Cibecue, Arizona. The author, Keith Basso, is an anthropologist and ethnographer who argues that the field.
“Another volume for every local historian's bookshelf” - Local HistorianThis revised edition of the Dictionary of British Place-Names includes o engaging and informative entries, tracing the development of the featured place-names from earliest times to the present day.
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Strangest of all these strangenesses, though, was the revelation in the week I finished the book, that its originating dream of a glossary of landscape-language so vast it might encompass the.