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The Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English (LAEME) provides a conspectus of dialectal variation in written Middle English 1150–1325. LALME (A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English) extends this temporally to the following period. In these atlases, the complexity of the medieval English dialect continuum is revealed in extraordinary breadth and detail. This Guide for Beginners outlines the contents of LAEME and describes the key functions of this online web resource.
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|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - May 2017|
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- 4 Finished
A Parsed Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English
Alcorn, R. & Truswell, R.
1/01/16 → 31/12/17
FITS: From Inglis to Scots (FITS): Mapping sounds to spellings
Los, B., Alcorn, R., Karaiskos, V., Maguire, W., Kopaczyk, J., Molineaux Ress, B. & Smith, D.
31/03/14 → 30/03/18
CoNE: A Corpus of Narrative Etymologies from primitive Old English to early Middle English
Laing, M., Williamson, K., Alcorn, R. & Lass, R.
1/09/10 → 31/12/13
- 1 Web publication/site
A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English 1150–1325 (LAEME, Version 3.2)Laing, M., 30 Sep 2013
Research output: Non-textual form › Web publication/site