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gothica

linguistic data, text, and code relating to the Gothic language

Wright’s 1910 Grammar of the Gothic Language

Example

Consider the following scan from Wright’s book:

I’m taking the raw text:

and marking it up something like this:

Note that this is just the work-in-progress hand markup and is subject to change.

But once this is done, not only can I produce a nice HTML version:

(eventually linkable) but I can start to extract machine-actionable language data such as sound and word correspondences, paradigms, and glosses as well as produce character, morph, and word indices.

Status of Grammar Chapters

chapter links status
I xmlhtml level 2 done
II xmlhtml level 2 done
III xmlhtml level 2 done
IV xmlhtml level 2 done
V xmlhtml level 2 done
VI xmlhtml level 2 done
VII xmlhtml level 2 done
VIII xmlhtml level 2 done
IX xmlhtml level 2 done
X xmlhtml level 2 in-progress
XI xmlhtml level 2 in-progress
XII xmlhtml level 2 done
XIII xmlhtml level 2 in-progress
XIV xmlhtml level 2 done
XV xmlhtml level 2 in-progress
XVI xmlhtml level 2 done

Status of Other Parts

part links status
introduction xmlhtml done
ulfilas xmlhtml initial markup done
matthew xmlhtml initial markup done
mark xmlhtml initial markup done
luke xmlhtml initial markup done
john xmlhtml initial markup done
timothy xmlhtml initial markup done
glossary   in progress
proper names xmlhtml initial markup done
glossary of proper names xmlhtml initial markup done