Deprived Sigebryht

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Old English Grammar - Syntax - Word Order
... in prose, as in the well-known tale of Cynewulf and Cyneheard, which begins Hēr Cynewulf benam Sigebryht his rīces ond Westseaxna wiotan for ... word-for-word) "Here Cynewulf deprived Sigebryht of his kingdom and West Saxons' counselors for unright deeds, except Hampshire" (translated) "Here ... the case of rīces "kingdom" and the case governed by benam "deprived" hence, Cynewulf can't possibly have deprived Sigebryht of the West Saxon counselors, as the order ...
Old English Personal Pronouns - Syntax - Word Order
... as in the well-known tale of Cynewulf and Cyneheard, which begins Hēr Cynewulf benam Sigebryht his rīces ond Westseaxna wiotan for unryhtum dǣdum, būton ... word-for-word) "Here Cynewulf deprived Sigebryht of his kingdom and West Saxons' counselors for unright deeds, except Hampshire" (translated) "Here Cynewulf and the West Saxon counselors ... definitely not genitive, which is the case of rīces "kingdom" and the case governed by benam "deprived" hence, Cynewulf can't possibly have deprived Sigebryht of the West Saxon ...

Famous quotes containing the word deprived:

    In this world, only those people who have fallen to the lowest degree of humiliation, far below beggary, who are not just without any social consideration but are regarded by all as being deprived of that foremost human dignity, reason itself—only those people, in fact, are capable of telling the truth. All the others lie.
    Simone Weil (1909–1943)