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Archæologia Cornu-Britannica

William Pryce

Archæologia Cornu-Britannica

or, an essay to preserve the ancient Cornish language : containing the rudiments of thatdialect, in a Cornish grammar and Cornish-English vocabulary ...

by William Pryce

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Published by printed by W. Cruttwell; and sold by Dilly, Poultry, London; Fletcher, Oxford; Merrill, Cambridge; R. Cruttwell, Bath; and Grigg and Son,Exeter in Sherborne .
Written in English


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Statementby William Pryce.
The Physical Object
Pagination65,(169)p.
Number of Pages169
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Open LibraryOL20301028M

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Edward Lhuyd (Lhuyd, Edward, ) Books from the extended shelves: Lhuyd, Edward, Archæologia britannica, giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd, of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain; from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas. La literatura còrnica és la literatura escrita en còrnic, una llengua cèltica parlada a Cornualla i antigament també a part de producció literària còrnica es pot subdividir d'acord amb els períodes històrics: còrnic antic, còrnic mitjà, còrnic tardà, i literatura neocòrnica.

All the words in the following list have been compared with those of the Archæologia Cornu-Britannica of Pryce, and the Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum of Williams. The spelling of . Some genealogical links to assist the researcher. (Please notify of any broken or otherwise redundant links). Surnames, Generally Useful Sites (Genealogical and Otherwise), Asia, Australia and New Zealand, England, Europe (general), France, Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom (general, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales), United States of America (USA), Wales.

The second class is embodied in the 'Cancioneiro,' or song-book, and embraces more than one hundred and fifty compositions in the national peninsular manner. Together, these two collections form a body of lyric verse of such richness and variety as neither Petrarch and . kimkatk Review () (author unknown) of Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica; or, an Essay to preserve the Ancient Cornish Language, containing the Rudiments of that Dialect, in a Cornish Grammar and Cornish English Vocabulary, compiled from a variety of materials which have been inaccessible to all other Authors. By William Pryce, M. D. of.


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I have a copy of Pryce's Archæologia Cornu-Britannica here and that spelling is all through it. Evertype28 July (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on Edward Lhuyd.

Please take a moment to review my edit. Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica, [or, An essay to preserve the ancient Cornish language] (English linguistics,a collection of facsimile reprints) by Pryce, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It was printed with Lhuyd’s Welsh and an p.

34 English version, in Pryce’s Archæologia Cornu-Britannica inand by Davies Gilbert at the end of his edition of Jordan’s Creation,in Cornish and English. The English versions of Borlase, Pryce, and Davies Gilbert are substantially the same, and are probably Tonkin’s. Full text of "Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica: Or, an Essay to Preserve the Ancient Cornith Language " See other formats.

Pryce's second volume, the 'Archæologia Cornu-Britannica,' was published in The value of the work depended mainly on the vocabulary of sixty-four leaves and the Cornish grammar.

Much of the matter was taken wholesale from the collections of Thomas Tonkin and William Gwavas; and Prince L. Bonaparte, who owned the original manuscript. A second work, Archæologia Cornu-Britannica, was published in It contained a Cornish language vocabulary of 64 page, and a grammar.

Much of the material was taken directly from the collections of Thomas Tonkin and William Gwavas, as acknowledged in the preface. Pryce of Redruth, inpublished Archæologia Cornu-Britannica, or an attempt to preserve the ancient Cornish language, comprising a Cornish grammar, a copious vocabulary, lists of Cornish names of places with their etymology, the Lord's prayer, creed, and commandments in Cornish, colloquies, a Cornish song, &c.

KEIGWIN, JOHN (–), Cornish scholar, was born at Mousehole on Mounts Bay in Cornwall, and baptised at Paul on 7 Jan. His direct ancestor was 'Jenkin Keigwin, gent.,' who was killed by a cannon-ball when the Spaniards landed at Mousehole on 23 July • Archæologia Cornu-Britannica: Cornish grammar & Cornish-English vocabulary, by William Pryce () • Vocabularium cornicum: Cornish-Latin glossary from a 12 th century manuscript • Geirlyer Kyrnẁeig: manuscript of a Cornish dictionary compiled by Edward Lhuyd ().

Most of them have been printed by Davies Gilbert (with the play of the ‘Creation’), by William Pryce in the ‘Archæologia Cornu-Britannica’ inby Mr. Borlase in the Transactions of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, and in a fragmentary way in a few other places.

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The new outline of modern knowledge William Pryce: | |William Pryce| (baptised –) was a British medical man, known as an antiquary and World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

This book is principally intended for those persons of Cornish nationality who wish to acquire some knowledge of their ancient tongue, and to read, write, and perhaps even to speak it. Its aim is to represent in an intelligible form the Cornish of the later period, and since it is addressed to the general Cornish public rather than to the.“Archæologia Cornu-Britannica,” the latter being those in use in the last century.

[I have adopted Mr. A. J. Ellis’s system of “Glossic ” for the spelling of all the words obtained by me. See Ap-pendix. All other words are spelt as I find them in print in the authorities cited.].on the historical value of local names in west cornwall. BY THOMAS CORNISH.

IN I read, before two of our county (Cornwall) societies, papers suggesting that a careful investigation of the names of places, in the old West Cornish tongue, might in some localities help us .