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Old Portuguese

n.
The Portuguese language before the middle of the 1500s.
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Cunningham edits and studies 16 cantigas from the vast collection of more than 400 Galician-Portuguese pieces comprising narrations of the miracles of the Virgin Mary and songs in her praise that have come down from the 13th century.
To examine (stressed, pretonic and posttonic) vowel systems of ancient Portuguese, Fonte (2010a,b; 2014) mapped and analyzed rhymes and spelling of remaining poetical texts of Galician-Portuguese (13th century), Middle Portuguese (15th century) and Modern Portuguese (16th century).
But to answer your question, I recommend the Provencal poets and the Galician-Portuguese troubadours.
The rest of the Galician coast belongs to the Galician-Portuguese sector, with a higher influence of Mediterranean climate and floristic elements.
are Castilian, Catalan, Galician-Portuguese, French, Romanian and Italian, and others.
Both descend from a Romance language of the Middle Ages now referred to as Galician-Portuguese.
The poems of the medieval Iberian songbooks written in Galician-Portuguese, set aside God and history to turn toward .
397), the adoption of the Galician-Portuguese and Old Leonese forms in the Imperfect Indicative of the verb ir (ia, ias, ia, iamos, iash, ian vs.
Thomas Hart explores the issue of monotony in the Galician-Portuguese cantigas de amor by comparing them to the troubadour canso.
Galician-Portuguese lyric; King Dinis of Portugal; textual criticism; symbolism; organized sequences of cantigas d'amigo.
In 13th-16 century Castilian and Galician-Portuguese comic-erotic and satiric-obscene poems, some presented here in English for the first time, the gender status quo could be challenged.
Thirteenth-century Galician-Portuguese poetry has only recently been appreciated once again for its inherent wit.