Aaron Griffith

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Codex Ambrosianus C301
Codex Ambrosianus C301 (Milan Codex folio 30, column b, top 5 lines)


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A Lexicon of the Old Irish Milan glosses. (To be completed November, 2014)

Refereed Journal Articles:

with David Stifter. New ms readings in the Milan Glosses. To appear in Études Celtiques (2014).

“Varia I.” Ériu, 59 (2009): 153-158.

“The Old Irish deponent suffixless preterite.” Keltische Forschungen, 4 (2009): 169-187.

“The animacy hierarchy and the distribution of the notae augentes in Old Irish.” Ériu, 58 (2008): 55-75.

“The effect of syncope with subsequent anaptyxis on consonant quality in Old Irish.” Ériu, 57 (2007): 35-47.

“*-n(C)s in Celtic.” Die Sprache, 45 (2006): 44-67.

Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings (refereed):

Degrees of Agreement in Old Irish. To appear in Agreement from a Diachronic Perspective in the series Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, de Gruyter: Berlin, ed. Jürg Fleischer, Elisabeth Rieken, & Paul Widmer. To appear 2014.

Old Irish suide / -side 'the aforementioned'. In Festschrift for Malcolm Broun, ed. Pamela O'Neill & Anders Ahlqvist, 55-73. (2013).

The decline of the Old Irish deponent. In Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Celtic Studies, ed. David Stifter & Elisa Roma, 53-78. Lewiston, New York: Mellen (2013).

“Raising before *µ in Old Irish.” In The Sound of Indo-European: phonetics, phonemics, and morphophonemics, ed. by Benedicte Nielsen Whitehead, Thomas Olander, Birgit Anette Olsen & Jens Elmegård Rasmussen, 129-144. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press (2012).

“Old Irish pronouns: agreement affixes vs. clitic arguments.” In Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics, ed. Andrew Carnie, 65-94. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2011).

Conference Proceedings:

“The genesis of the animacy hierarchy in the Old Irish notae augentes.” In Akten der XIII Fachtagung der indogermanischen Gesellschaft, ed. Thomas Krisch and Thomas Lindner, 182-191. Wiesbaden: Reichert (2011).

“Die Etymologie der 1. und 2. Person Singular der notae augentes.” In the Akten des 5. Deutschsprachigen Keltologensymposiums, ed. by Karin Stüber, 109-121. Praesens: Vienna (2010).

“British Celtic intervocalic *s.” in Celtic Language, Law, and Letters: Proceedings of the 10th Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica in Gothenburg, 2008, ed. by Folke Josephson, 33-69. Gothenburg (2010). Broadside Tables to the paper found here.


“A note on pronominal coordination in Old Irish.” in FS Eichner = Die Sprache, 48 (2009) [2010]: 66-70.


Meid, Wolfgang. 1970. Die Romanze von Froech und Findabair. Táin Bó Froích. New edition by Wolfgang Meid, 2009. Translated by Albert Bock, Benjamin Bruch, & Aaron Griffith. To appear 2014.

Edited Volume:

Papers from the 35th annual regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Vols 1 & 2, ed. by Sabrina Billings, John Boyle, & Aaron Griffith. Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago: 1999.

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