Which commodity?

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HansD
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Which commodity?

Post by HansD » Wed May 16, 2018 7:44 am

The tekst 'Thner' or 'Chner' also appears in combination with borger godtz.

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Is it a commodity or a placename?

Thanks in advance

New Insights on the matter: The same tekst occurs also as measurement:
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So the 'w' remains doubtful in this case.

Hans
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Mjensen
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Re: Which commodity?

Post by Mjensen » Thu May 17, 2018 4:01 am

Dear Hans

I read "oc th. *er hiemme wdj mallmeø"
I'm rather sure that "th" with the downward stroke is an abbreviation for "thet(te)".
The next word I'm not sure how to transcribe. Looks like "ner" or something like that - or maybe another abbreviatiion "wr" = "w(a)r"
We should then have: "oc thet (the saltt) war hiemme i.." = "en het was thuis in..."

Groet
Mogens

HansD
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Re: Which commodity?

Post by HansD » Thu May 17, 2018 7:20 am

Thanks Mogens, indeed the text always comes in combination with Saltt. So it obviously specifies the ownership of the 'gotz'.

Groet,

Hans

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