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By Herausgegeben von Erika Langbroek, Arend Quak, Annelies Roeleveld und Paula Vermeyden, Erika Langbroek, Annelies Roeleveld, Paula Vermeyden

Inhalt:** Frederik KORTLANDT: The foundation of the Franconian Tone Accents** Frederik KORTLANDT: English backside, German Boden, and the Chronology of Sound Shifts** Diether SCH??RR: Wodan oder Warg: zum Brakteaten Nebenstedt I** Elena AFROS: Is cyssa in Exeter e-book Riddle 30a: 6b an example of Morphological Levelling?** Ellen BA??LER und Ernst HELLGARDT: Die Freckenhorster Heberolle - eine F?¤lschung?** Arwen van ZANTEN: Going Berserk: in outdated Norse, outdated Irish and Anglo-Saxon Literature** Jan MEIJER: Punctuation Marks on Viking Age Rune Stones** Gary C. SHOCKEY: "D?®ne geh??rte h??rte ich": Zur Frage der werkimmanenten Hermeneutik in der "Erl?¶sung" und Parallellismen** Petra H?–RNER: Der Wilde Mann: "Seliger sind, die nicht sehen und doch glauben"** William SAYERS: crusing Scenes in Works of the Pearl Poet (Cleanness and Patience)** Florian KRAGL: Wer hat den Hirsch zum K?¶der gemacht? Der, M??nchner Oswald', spiritualiter gelesen** Erika LANGBROEK & Annelies ROELEVELD: Die 'Umgebung' der niederdeutschen Apokalypse in Basel, F.VII.12: Ergebnisse einer stemmatologischen Untersuchung und einer Reimuntersuchung** Johan WINKELMAN: Mittelniederl?¤ndische Tragezeichen und die nordwesteurop?¤ische Kulturlandschaft. Zum kulturellen move im Sp?¤tmittelalter** Michael B?„RMANN: Nochmals: ein Eintrag zu Johannes Pauli im Anniversarbuch des Freiburger Franziskanerklosters** Albrecht CLASSEN: Poetische Proteste gegen den Krieg: der Meisters?¤nger Hans Sachs als fr??her Kriegsgegner im sixteen. Jahrhundert** Besprechungen**

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The Cóir Anmann mentions Fáelad’s kin, who are clearly all shape-shifters, which might mean that shape-shifting is hereditary in Old Irish litera23 Sharpe postulates that the signa diabolica could have been wolf-relics (83). 514-517. 25 The other two ‘cleverest reckonings’ are made by Cú Chulainn and Lug. 24 52 ture as well. 26 V: Although the fénnidi and díbergaig are fearless, they are not described as being invulnerable or exceptionally strong. They are not capable of any extraordinary feats.

Liuzza (1988): ‘… the loss of a prefix is as much scribal variation as linguistic development’. 13 In fact, Doane (1998) analyzes the ge-form in 30b as an ‘aural’ ‘unconscious reflex’ which testifies to his assertion that ‘the Exeter scribe was willing to compose by ear as he copied by eye and was capable of freely substituting elements that made as good metrical, rhetorical or semantic sense one way as the other’. 14 Daniel is quoted from Krapp (1964). 10 25 O’Donnell (1996: 416) remarks that ‘the addition or omission of gehas no effect on sense or syntax’.

When I use the term berserkr, which is in keeping with the Old Norse spelling, it will refer to the Old Norse bear-berserkers only. 1. g. Speidel, 2002; Mallory, 1997; Fields, 1991; McCone, 1990, 1987, 1986; Henry, 1982; Farrell, 1982; Puhvel, 1979; Pettitt, 1976; Eliade, 1972; Arent, 1969; Sjoestedt, 1949. 2 The main characteristic of a berserker is his feral battle rage, which is a feature that must be present to identify a character as a berserker. Because of the scarce text material, the rest of the features do not necessarily have to be present for a positive identification as a berserker.

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