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"John Bray's 'Synonyma de nominibus herbarum' (Cambridge, Ma

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Transcript of "John Bray's 'Synonyma de nominibus herbarum' (Cambridge, Ma

· First half of the 15th century
anglicana formata
semi-quadrata
Introduction
Description
Editing criteria
Comparing Pepys 1661 with other texts
Tables
Bibliography
Outline
Magdalene College, Cambridge

Copy of J. Bray's 'Synonyma de nominibus herbarum'

Pepys 1661
Description
Parchment: 212 x 140 mm

Critical apparatuses
Comparing MS Pepys 1661
Editing criteria: critical editions

ohn Bray's 'Synonyma de nominibus
herbarum' (Cambridge, Magdalene
College, MS Pepys 1661, pp. 245-266):

a critical edition
9th: Synonymy (pp. 245-266)
Pepys 1661
: 16 different treatises, 5 booklets
Jessica Carmona Cejudo, University of Málaga.
(Dr. David Moreno Olalla)

Bibliography
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The British Library & Oak Knoll Press.
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· Close to the original MS
· "Readable"
· Capitalisation, lineation, punctuation, pagination, word-, paragraph-, line- divisions
· Abbreviations: expanded
1. Editorial emendations
2. Marginalia
3. Secondary literature
South-East Midlands
·Plant Names of Medieval England

· Alphita

·Sinonoma Bartholomei
69.91%
56.68%
41.43%
Tables
Morphology
Phonology
- Voicing of initial fricatives: South
vlyen
(
flyen
),
vnese
(
fnese
)
- /ɑ:/ > /ᴐ:/ : South and Midlands
stones
(OE
stān
),
goot
(OE
gāt
)
Phonology
-/æ/ > /a/: not Kentish, not from the
West Midlands
smale
(OE
smæl
)
-/æ:/2 > /e:/: Anglian
sed
(OE
sæd
)
Nouns: South or Southern Midlands
Witnesses of weak declension:
vlyen
,
hondyn
Morphology
Verbs:
Pronouns: Midlands
Mixed type (
þei, hem
)
· i-, y- (OE ge-): South, South &
West Midlands
y-foundyn
· Present participle: Southern M.
growyng
Morphology
Verbs:
3rd person singular (indicative)
Southern
: haþ, comeþ, growiþ
3rd person plural (indicative)
Midlands, South M.:
beþ
,
ben
,
makyn
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