By Jean Kellens
Les Noms-racines de lAvesta se veulent une contribution a l. a. grammaire de lAvesta et, plus precisement, a letude de los angeles derivation nominale. Le materiel rassemble par Bartholomae est critique a l. a. lumiere des etudes ulterieures et dun examen reposant sur les methodes classiques de l. a. philologie. Le yet de louvrage est de wardrobe le catalogue complet dune classe de derives, les noms-racines, en etablissant lexistance du mot, en decrivant son comportement grammatical et en tentant de definir sons sens.
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In passing this activity had helped to deﬁne or reinforce outer Brigantia as a zone distinct from inner Caledonia. It had also created a divided island quite unlike anything that had gone before. Britannia in the south and barbaricum in the north continued on somewhat diﬀerent paths through the Early Historic period and beyond. It took a century of doubt for the Romans to decide ﬁnally that, in political terms, outer Brigantia was to remain barbaricum as Hadrian had envisioned. Yet we shall see that the peoples of outer Brigantia themselves were not so sure about that, in ethnic terms at least.
44 Keeley, War Before Civilization, 48; see also Alcock, Kings and Warriors, 202. 45 Adomnán, V. s. 42; Bede, Hist. 21; Keeley, War Before Civilization, 115–17, 179; Halsall, Warfare and Society, 16; Alcock, Kings and Warriors, 122. 41 42 32 from caledonia to pictland As regards the Roman Iron Age in northern Britain, Early Historic anecdotes and broad anthropological models are admittedly no substitute for hard evidence of endemic warfare. The search for evidence is complicated by the need to beware biased Roman reporting on the subject of native savagery.
Roman military activity in the Flavian and subsequent periods would have disturbed and reconﬁgured 63 Wenskus, Stammesbildung und Verfassung; Wolfram, History of the Goths; Geary, ‘Ethnic Identity’; Brooks, Bede and the English; James, ‘The Origins of Barbarian Kingdoms’, 47–8; Heather, ‘Disappearing and Reappearing Tribes’, 104–9.