i am by no means an expert, but this looks closer to icelandic to me than to gothic [but as i said, just my humble opinion] do u maybe know a bit ofMessage 1 of 2 , Dec 1 4:46 AMView Sourcei am by no means an expert, but this looks closer to icelandic to me than to gothic [but as i said, just my humble opinion] do u maybe know a bit of information about the history of gotlandic or any files dealing with it (if available)
[maybe some swedish speaker could summarize the timeline at the bottom, i understand a bit, although not much, but others might not]
tx a lot, i think this is a very important contribution, if we really want to "revive" the language
Tore Gannholm wrote:
I have published guta lagh in the original language from early 13th century on http://gotland.luma.com/guta.htm According to the late professor in Nordic languages Elial Wessén the Gothic and Gotlandic languages are almost identical. We must however consider that there is about 700 years difference between Codex Argentus and guta lagh written down about 1220.
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