Category:Danish language

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Danish language -- History of research -- Overview
Danish language -- History of research -- Overview

The first Danish scholars in the 1500s and 1600s, such as Niels Hemmingsen (1513-1600) and Thomas Bangius (1600-1661), wrote in Latin.

Danish Scholarship emerged in the 1700s with Ludvig Holberg and Christian Bastholm, who were among the first to write comprehensive histories of the Jews "from creation to the present." Bastholm's work was also translated into German.

The play Ahasverus (1847) by Hans Christian Andersen marked the rise of a tradition of fictional works in Danish in the field.

At the turn of the 19th century scholar Frants Buhl was the leading figure with his studies in Jewish, Christian and Islamic Origins.

The fictional works of playwright Kaj Munk and film director Carl Theodor Dreyer earned international acclaim.

In the 1950s



Danish Authorship
Danish Authorship



Translations (Danish)
Translations (Danish)


Fields of research (Danish)
Fields of research (Danish)



Highlights (Danish)
Highlights (Danish)



Pages in category "Danish language"

The following 54 pages are in this category, out of 54 total.

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