Summary of Las GLOSAS EMILIANENSES, primer testimonio escrito en español

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The video discusses the significance of the Las Glosas Emilianenses, a Spanish-language document from the 10th century. The document is important for its religious and literary content, as well as its linguistic evolution. The document was written in Latin but also includes comments in a Romance language, which is believed to be one of the earliest examples of Spanish. The document was discovered in 1911 by Spanish scholar Manuel Gómez-Moreno.

  • 00:00:00 This video is about a Spanish-language document known as Las Glosas Emilianenses, which is a religious liturgical text but also has significant linguistic significance. The excerpts talk about the text's religious and literary significance, with particular emphasis on its linguistic evolution and its impact on the Spanish languages. The document was written in the 10th century and is believed to be from the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla in Aragon, Spain. In 1911, Manuel Gómez-Moreno, a Spanish scholar, discovered the document and recognized its linguistic significance.
  • 00:05:00 Latin is trying to understand the text from Saint Augustine and the author of the comments in a Romance language. Latin evolved over time and two of them are found in vast amounts. Additionally, Spanish was the only language that has passed what has passed since then, and it is necessary to have an emerging language in order to do so. This simple language was immediately adopted by all these people and attracted like the third road to Santiago.

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