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AKTCS SCIENTIA VERITAS PUBLICATIONS OF THE Modern Language Association * FAITHFUL SECBSTABT, THIS VOLUME IS BBBFECTFULLT DEDICATED m ACCORDANCE WITH A BESOLUTION UNAXOMOUBLT ADOPTED BT THE AS80CIATI0H. If ever there was room for the respectful consideration of unknown quantities it is here.

Spanish and Proven9al literatures have been searched through in vain for evidence of the existence in medieval Proven9al of a Grail romance. Several other vari- ants read mei in these instances. i, 6, 29 ; IV, 29 ; X, 39 ; XXI, 42 ; xxrv, 34, occhi mei ; i, 38, m M passi ; iii, 41, peccati mei; xvii, 4, mei compassi; xxxi, 5, f rati mei; XX VII, 23, mei saggi; xxviii, 20, prieghi met; Par. x, 28, mie popoli; xv, 32, oreochie mie; xvni, 14; xxv, 49, occhi mie; xxvi, 41, mie Gompagni; xxxin, 13, miefgliuoli; Purg. i, 12, suo capelli; in, 6; vi, 19, suo raggi; XXI, 12, suo pie; xxvri, 18, occhi suo; xxvii, 36, suo belli occhi; XXIX, 4, suo passi; Par. For his drama was intended for effect upon Christians, as he had his motive from them. The only longer abbreviations in the two parts published here are Chriat Oy Jhesus, Jherusalem and 8anct^l8. 387 dative of the third personal pronoun masculine, occurs almost invariably in an abbreviated form, and er and re are seldom found written out in full.

There is absolutely no trace of such a poet except in Wolfram. i, 23, parer Ui mei ; xiv, 6 ; xxxi, 33, occhi rriei; xxvi, 41, mei compagni; Purg. Therefore he could not take his dramatic characters in which he intended to show the distortions of the Christian religion from among the Jews and Muhammedans, but must choose them from among the Christians. The abbreviations are for the most part simple and easy to expand, rarely including more than two letters.

Kvdt der meinter wol bekant ze DAlet verworfen ligen vant in heidenischer schrifte dirre &ventiure gestifte. The belief in Jehovah as the zealous, angry God of punishment, rather nourishes hate than the common love of mankind ; the belief in Jehovah and in the Jewish nation as his chosen people leads to national and religious arrogance ; to contempt for the Grentiles; it obstructs, or at least renders diffi- cult, the germination of the idea of humanitarianism and cos- mopolitanism. Even the Templar, who had risen above nationality and posi- tive religion, cherishes such prejudice against the Jews that at 360 a PRi MEB. B^inning with the vowels, ee, e and as are oflen written interchangeably, though it should be noted that ee and p., 1863. In all Danish writ- ings displaying a strong Swedish influence, and the majority of these are composed in the lingua Birffi Uina, the more primitive Swedish vowel system asserts itself, especially in the use of a for the weaker e, but of this few traces have been noted in our codex. The principal consonant differences are those that character- ize Old Danish, k, t, p final, instead of Modem Danish g, dy b. Differentiation of consonants according to Vemer's law is still found in meiden — mied, vermi U — meidteny midten — gem Uten, while in geddhen, leiden and ziehen usage has decided between the consonant of the pret. The g of geaigen has crept into the present tens Ci giving the infinative aeigen by the side of the older seihen, A tendency to become weak is seen in meiden^ mhen, and speyen; on the other hand^ many verbs of which weak forms oftien occur in the 16th and 17th centuries^ are given only as strong.