3 INTRODUCTION

3.1 The legacy of Johannes Bobrowski

3.2 The manuscript, use of the Gothic script, alphabetical sequence, sources and content of the OP vocabulary

3.3 The relationship between Bobrowski's OP Vocabulary and his Lithuanian and OP themes

3.4 History of the Old Prussians

3.5 Culture and social status of the Old Prussians

3.6 Language and literary sources of the Old Prussians

3.6.1 The so-called Elbing dictionary (E)

3.6.1.1 History of the E glossary

3.6.1.2 Editions of E (and other OP glossaries)

3.6.1.3 The content of E in Bobrowski's PV

3.6.1.4 Place of writing and the dialect of the Elbing Vocabulary

3.6.2 Simon Grunau's Prussian Vocabulary

3.6.3 The Catechisms

3.6.4 Disparate lexical items

4 METHODOLOGY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PV

4.1 Method of annotation

5. LITHUANIAN AND OLD PRUSSIAN THEMES

6 PRUZZISCHE VOKABELN AND CLASSIFICATION

7 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

7.1 Principle of selectivity

7.1.1 The sphere of the human being

7.1.2 Abstract terms and concepts

7.1.3 Grammatical items

8 A GUIDE TO USING THE OPG

8.1 Divisions of OPG

8.2 Guide to Citations

8.3 Abbbreviations / acronyms of Frequently Used Terms & Symbols (cf. Select Bibliography)

8.4 Languages and grammatical terms (deviating LBV and other abbreviations are in brackets)

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K. Brazaitis, J. Bobrowski, Pruzzische Vokablen

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11157/ogs-vol25id324