Colloquial Croatian and Serbian: The Complete Course for by Celia Hawkesworth

By Celia Hawkesworth

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1, Die Entfaltung der deutschen Sprachgestalt in der Vor- und Frühzeit, Grundlagen der Germanistik, 5. Berlin: Schmidt, 1971. [See esp. ch. T. A History of the German Language. 2d ed. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1976. [See esp. chs. ] 32 Germanic: A Grammatical Sketch Pronunciation I begin with a brief outline of pronunciation rules that hold in general for the older Germanic languages. Thus although this section from time to time refers to languageparticular phenomena, I do not discuss them in any great detail here, deferring a more complete presentation to the chapters on individual languages.

By that date, in fact, they ruled most of the rest of Spain as well. In 451 they participated in the famous battle of the Catalaunian plains, which broke the back of the Hun Attila's advance through Europe. In this battle many of their foes were Ostrogoths (see below). In 475 the Gothic king Euric declared the Gothic possessions a kingdom independent of Rome, but most of the Gallic part of that kingdom was stripped away from his son by the Franks in 507. From that date until 711, when the Moors invaded and conquered them, the Visigoths, stationary at last, ruled over most of the Iberian peninsula.

But they did not settle there for long. In 471, under their great leader Theodoric, a large number of Ostrogoths drifted south into the Balkans, where they were caught up in the politics of the Eastern Roman Empire, which often involved playing the various Germanic peoples and leaders off against each other. Theodoric was outstandingly successful at these skirmishes. Joined by many of the remaining Ostrogoths, he soon built up a power base in Lower Moesia, a feat that could Gothic 39 not but disturb the Eastern emperor Zeno.

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