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Layamon Brut Tuesday, January 27, 2015 11:13 AM Working Group = me, Kendall, Erik, Lisa, Jennifer - Shepard's Play 2 • Latinis the root for: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Romanian, Provencal, Occitan o The roots for Latin allow for it to be in any order word-wise unlike English where the order is much more important. • Chronicles were written in many places all over the world during the Middle Ages because the desire to chronicle history was of the utmost importance in the oral tradition. Much of the Early British chronicles were in Latin before the language evolved due to invaders such as Anglo, Anglo-Norman, Anglo-Saxon, etc. • Latin and French dominates Chronicles up until 1150-1155 and with Brut, we now have Layamon 1200 o Many people claimed it was true, but some of the most learned historians suggested that the Arthurian portions prove its invalidity. • Lawman writes about himself in the prologue as a priest who went all over the land looking for the sources to write this history. • When Lawman talks about the inspiration to write this history, he is talking
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