29NOV 2019
Reign of Ramses II

Reign of Ramses II

Ramesses II Ramesses II (c. 1303 BC - July or August 1213 BC), referred to as Ramesses the Great, was the third Egyptian pharaoh (reigned 1279 BC - 1213 BC) of the Nineteenth Dynasty. He is often regarded as the greatest, most celebrated, and most powerful pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire. His successors…

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09NOV 2019
Old English words list

Old English words list

If we all start using them, these words can be resurrected. DURING MY UNDERGRADUATE studies as a Linguistics major, one of the things that struck me most is the amazing fluidity of language. New words are created; older words go out of style. Words can change meaning over time, vowel sounds shift, consonants…
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20OCT 2019
No fear Sha

No fear Sha

Original Text Modern Text Enter EDMUND the bastard and CURAN, severally EDMUND and CURAN enter from different directions. EDMUND Save thee, Curan. EDMUND Hello, Curan. CURAN And you, sir. I have been with your father and given him notice that the Duke of Cornwall and Regan his duchess will be here with…
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27APR 2015
Ancient English translation

Ancient English translation

Cassandra Rasmussen’s last Old English translation for The Toast (“The Cat in the Hwæt”) Goodnight, Rune. Goodnight, Stone. Goodnight to the sleeping king, laid alone. Goodnight goblets, and golden plates, Wondrous workmanship, wrecked by the Fates. Farewell to the Feasting Hall, felled by time, Goodnight…
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20JUN 2015
18th century English translation

18th century English translation

The most notable novels from the 18th-century Gothic genre were written by British authors in English and translated throughout history into other languages, but other writers throughout continental Europe contemporaneously emerged to write Gothic novels in their own native tongues (Frank, Frederick…
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18SEP 2015
Riverside Chaucer

Riverside Chaucer

This peerless edition of Chaucer s complete works is the fruit of many years study and is widely regarded as the standard text. Edited and annotated to a high standard, and with a new foreword by Christopher Cannon, the Riverside Chaucer is now the indispensable edition for students and readers of Chaucer…
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20AUG 2016
Olde English words

Olde English words

You ve probably seen phrases like Ye Olde Tavern or Ye Olde Shoppe scrawled across English-language signs, trying to evoke a sense of the medieval. But the practice of naming shops this way didn t start until the late 19th century and it was done to make things sound, well, old. Olde in Old(er)…
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30APR 2015
History of machine translation

History of machine translation

Machine translation (MT) gets a bad rap because it’s perceived as low quality (and the results are sometimes hilarious) – but you’d be surprised how far this technology has advanced since it was first conceived in 1949. Recently, we found TAUS’s comprehensive timeline of the history of MT, and it’s an…
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