Diferenzas entre revisións de «Ogham»

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O '''ogham''' é un alfabeto empregado para escribir a [[lingua paleoirlandesa]] (nas chamadas inscricións "ortodoxas"]], entre o século IV e VI), e posteriormente a [[lingua irlandesa antiga]] (no chamado ogham escolástico, entre os século VI e IX). Consérvanse preto de 400 inscricións ortodoxas en monumentos de pedra a través de Irlanda e o oeste de Bretaña; a maioría delas no sur de [[Munster]].<ref>McManus (1991) is aware of a total of 382 orthodox inscriptions. The later scholastic inscriptions have no definite endpoint and continue into the Middle Irish and even Modern Irish period, and record also names in other languages, such as Old Norse, (Old) Welsh, Latin and possibly Pictish.
See Forsyth, K.; "Abstract: The Three Writing Systems of the Picts." in Black et al. Celtic Connections: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies, Vol. 1. East Linton: Tuckwell Press (1999), p. 508; Richard A V Cox, The Language of the Ogam Inscriptions of Scotland, Dept. of Celtic, Aberdeen University ISBN 0-9523911-3-9 [http://www.abdn.ac.uk/celtic/old/ogamleaf.html];
Ver tamén ''The New Companion to the Literature of Wales'', by Meic Stephens, page 540.</ref> O maior número fóra de Irlanda atópanse en [[Pembrokeshire]], Gales.<ref>O'Kelly, Michael J., 'Early Ireland, an Introduction to Irish Prehistory', p. 251, Cambridge University Press, 1989</ref>