Indagaciones intergeneracionales en la antroponimia aquitana / Intergenerational inquiries into the Aquitanian anthroponymy

Mikel Martínez Areta

Laburpena


In this paper, an attempt is made to set out the Aquitanian anthroponymic data in an intergenerational layout, i.e. indicating all the kinship sequences between father and/or mother and individual deducible from inscriptions. To begin with, the analized corpus and the employed methodology are explained, as well as the formalisms used in the exposition of the data to indicate that some aspects are not certain or are doubtful, either in the reading or in the establishment of kinship relationships (Section 2). Then, all the bigenerational sequences are expounded in four tables designed according to linguistic criteria, in order to visualise in which cases the anthroponymic Aquinatity is lost —or recovered— from one generation to the following (Section 3). Next, the same data are put in the opposite direction (father and/or mother → individual), also displaying them geographically (Section 4). Finally, the familiar groups are expounded which are inferable from the cases in which there are trigenerational sequences (Section 5). Over the work, several observations are made about the general procedure of Aquitanians to choose names.

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