Aportaciones al estudio de la variación diacrónica del español con un corpus paralelo de traducciones bíblicas medievales y renacentistas

Andrés Enrique-Arias

Abstract


Biblia Medieval is a free-access computer tool on the web that features all the Spanish biblical translations composed during the Middle Ages in paleographic transcription. This online resource is being expanded into the new Biblias Hispánicas corpus, which will include two sixteenth century translations as well as upgraded texts with normalized spelling, lemmatization and POS tagging. This article presents an overview of the main technical and philological issues that arised in the preparation of this corpus and it includes examples of some of its applications for the study of Spanish language and culture in the medieval and Renaissance periods.

Keywords


Bible; historical linguistics; parallel corpora; digital humanities; language variation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/chimera2018.5.1.005

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