Re: [gothic-l] Where are The Gothic Language Pages??
- Fragkisk, try http://www.stormloader.com/carver/gutrazda/index.html
- jdm314@... wrote:
>Goleins, Iusteinu. Jai, Fragkisk, I moved the pages to the new server.
> Fragkisk, try http://www.stormloader.com/carver/gutrazda/index.html
I destroyed the pages utterly and created Gut-Razda, the Gotish Language
Pages. I did
this for two reasons: I will be forced to leave the CSULB server soon
(at some indefinite time) because I have completed my degree and graduated
from the school; also I wanted to change the look of the site. I
not having the Gothic-English lexicon online yet, but hope the zipped versions
on Eric Craven's site will suffice for the meantime. The coming lexicon will
be easier to use and contain a few more entries gleaned from my reading of
the texts. :)
- Awiliudo igqis, Matthaiu jah Iusteinu!
I found indeed the new "Gotish Tongue Website" and I like it much.
Especially, I felt very honoured finding my name among the
translators of "Getica" (Section IV). Regarding your Gothic-English
lexicon, there is no problem. I have already downloaded it from the
old website, so I can still use it. And there are also other Gothic
lexicons available on the new website.
It is indeed worth to exist a website dedicated to a living Gothic