Tristrant

Title

Tristrant [Electronic resource] / Eilhart von Oberge

Author

Eilhart, von Oberg, 12th cent.

Availability

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Languages

German, Middle High

Editorial Practice

Encoding format: Plain text (with flagging)

= â (eilharte.1991)

œ = î (eilharte.1991)

` = æ (eilharte.1991)

= ô (eilharte.1991)

= ä (eilharte.1991)

- = û (eilharte.1991)

" = , ' (eilharte.1991)

{\it} = indicates that the letter following on from it are in itralics in the printed source (eilharte.1991) & (eilharts.1991)

\^ indicates next letter should ahve a circumflex (eilharts.1991)

LC keywords

Poems -- Germany -- 12th century
Romances -- Germany -- 12th century

Extent
  • designation: Text data
  • size: (3 files : ca. 327, 355, 4.87 KB)
Source Description

Bruchstücke des alten gedichtes — Eilhart von Oberge / herausgegegen von Franz Lichtenstein Eilhart, von Oberg, 12th cent. Lichtenstein, Franz, 1852-1884 p. 3-23 ; 23 cm Trubner Strassburg: 1877 Copy consulted for validation: Taylor Institution Library, 97.C.3.B : Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte der germanischen Vöker ; 19

Die bearbeitung — Eilhart von Oberge / herausgegegen von Franz Lichtenstein Eilhart, von Oberg, 12th cent. Lichtenstein, Franz, 1852-1884 p. 27-429 ; 23 cm Trubner Strassburg: 1877 Copy consulted for validation: Taylor Institution Library, 97.C.3.B : Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte der germanischen Vöker ; 19

Notes

Mode of access: Online. OTA website

Title proper taken and adapted from source details at beginning of electronic text

Contents: eilharte.1991. Tristrant [includes symbols to represent accented letters, etc.] ; eilharts.1991. [includes symbols which look as similar as possible to the accented letters they represent] ; readme.txt. [Explanations] [describes usage of the text with a full-text processing component provided within the DBMS kleio. The electronic text would originally have formed part of this]