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The '''Georgslied''' (''Lay of Holy George''; made towards the end of the 9th hundredyear; written down around 1000) is an unwhole [[Old High Teutonlandish]] lay, maybe first sung, about the life of Holy George.
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The '''Georgslied''' (''Lay of Holy George''; written towards the end of the H9th, {{over|umb|around}} 1000) is an unfulfilled [[Old High Teutonlandish]] lay, maybe first sung, about the life of Holy George.
   
The lay in 57 or so staffs is found in the Heidelberg-handwrit which also inholds one of the writs of the ''Evangelienbuch'' of Otfrid of Weissenburg (to whose ownership it was given before). It seems however to have been written down by a draughtsman named Wisolf: the spelling is arm and the song breaks off with the words: "nequeo Vuisolf" ("I may not. Wisolf"). There is no showing of whether Wisolf was writing down an spoken writ, or whether he was againwriting an earlier written make.
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The lay in 57 or so staffs is found in the Heidelberg-handwrit which also inholds one of the writs of the ''Evangelienbuch'' of Otfrid of Weissenburg (to whose ownership it was given before). It seems however to have been written down by a draughtsman named Wisolf: the spelling is arm and the song breaks off with the words: "nequeo Vuisolf" ("I may not. Wisolf"). There is no showing of whether Wisolf was writing down an spoken writ, or whether he was edwriting an earlier one.
   
 
It may stem from the Minster of Holy George at Reichenau or maybe Prüm Minster, both of which were early and weighty midstows of worship of Holy George.
 
It may stem from the Minster of Holy George at Reichenau or maybe Prüm Minster, both of which were early and weighty midstows of worship of Holy George.
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*[http://wikisource.org/wiki/Georgslied ''Georgslied''] from [[Wikiroot]] (in Teutonlandish)
 
*[http://wikisource.org/wiki/Georgslied ''Georgslied''] from [[Wikiroot]] (in Teutonlandish)
 
*John Bostock, ''A Handbook of Old High German'', 1976 ISBN 0-19-815392-9
 
*John Bostock, ''A Handbook of Old High German'', 1976 ISBN 0-19-815392-9
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The Georgslied (Lay of Holy George; written towards the end of the H9th, umb 1000) is an unfulfilled Old High Teutonlandish lay, maybe first sung, about the life of Holy George.

The lay in 57 or so staffs is found in the Heidelberg-handwrit which also inholds one of the writs of the Evangelienbuch of Otfrid of Weissenburg (to whose ownership it was given before). It seems however to have been written down by a draughtsman named Wisolf: the spelling is arm and the song breaks off with the words: "nequeo Vuisolf" ("I may not. Wisolf"). There is no showing of whether Wisolf was writing down an spoken writ, or whether he was edwriting an earlier one.

It may stem from the Minster of Holy George at Reichenau or maybe Prüm Minster, both of which were early and weighty midstows of worship of Holy George.

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