Place Names and Personal Names As Evidence of Settlement History
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Place Names and Personal Names As Evidence of Settlement History Proceedings by T. L. Markey

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Published by Karoma Pub .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Geographic Names

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11329108M
ISBN 100897200713
ISBN 109780897200714

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The various problems matching Scandinavian place-names and settlement dates was gone into very well. It's also good on the early urban history of Danelaw. When it comes to the survival of the church in Danelaw, Hadley really brings out the fact that there is widespread evidence suggesting survival scattered throughout different areas, but Cited by: the description is the meaning and history write-up for the name; separate search terms with spaces; search for an exact phrase by surrounding it with double quotes. example: "lord of the rings" will match names from the novel 'The Lord of the Rings' this field understands simple boolean logic. Other place-names are hybrids of Celtic and Anglo-Saxon elements. There is a high level of personal names within the place names, presumably the names of local landowners at the time of naming. In the north and east, there are many place names of Norse origin; similarly, these contain many personal names. GEDCOM defines PLACE_NAME as: The jurisdictional name of the place where the event took place. Jurisdictions are separated by commas, for example, "Cove, Cache, Utah, USA." If the actual jurisdictional names of these places have been identified, they can be shown using a structure either in the HEADER or in the event structure.

The American West: History and Settlement. After the first European settlers arrived in the Americas, they began to move westward. In time, many would journey beyond the Mississippi River. The Denver Public Library - Colorado Place Names Preface This is hardly a Colorado history book. It is, rather, a directory of places in Colorado, past and present — all kinds of places. In fact, it is the most complete such guide to be found in a single reference. No previously published directory comes close to its extent or depth of coverage. Pfeiffer says, "Although the place names of the Amarna texts are parallel to those of the Old Testament, the personal names are totally different" (, 53; Ahituv ). In the Amarna letters Abdi-Khepa is king of Jerusalem where as in Joshua Adoni-zedek is king (Joshua ). Whereas the ends of names can still suggest that a place has Viking history, with suffixes such as: thorpe, -by, -thwaite, and -kirk to name a few. A thorpe was an outlying farmstead, one that probably relied on a larger settlement nearby for protection. Thwaite comes from the Norse thveit, meaning a clearing or meadow.

  I liked this work a lot, it produces and presents maps revealing the interdependencies of toponymic systems between England and the continental Europe. We're aware that the oldest settlement names known, for example, in Denmark are the ones ending in -inge, -um, -løse, -lev and -sted. These name types have been used during various periods since the first century AD and until the beginning . Ancient Origins articles related to settlement in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page of tag settlement).   Still the broadest and most useful book on place names. The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England by Michael Lapidge, John Blair, Simon Keynes, and . Settlement Place Names the description is the meaning and history write-up for the name; It is identical to the personal name TERAH. TATHAM (Settlement) English From the Old English given name TATA combined with ham meaning "homestead". This is the name of a town in Lancashire. TATTON (Settlement) English.