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Corinna
Scheungraber

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Scheungraber, Corinna, Altgermanische und altkeltische Theonyme: die epigraphische Evidenz aus der Kontaktzone: ein Handbuch zu ihrer Etymologie, Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 163, Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen der Universität Innsbruck, 2020.

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Stifter, David [dir.], and Corinna Scheungraber, NNN: Non-Mediterranean names in Noricum = Nichtmediterrane Namen in Noricum, Online. URL: <https://www.univie.ac.at/austria-celtica/personalnames/>. 
abstract:
The data for the database of Non-Mediterranean Names of Noricum (NNN) was collected in 2011 by Cornelia Kleiber, Dieter Reinisch and Tanja Trausmuth; Mag. Corinna Scheungraber made the linguistic analysis and comments. Prof. David Stifter was the director and editor. The new, up-to-date readings of the inscriptions were made available to us by the kind permission of the team of the Project CIL III² at the Department of Old History and Classical Studies, Epigraphics and Papyrology at the University of Vienna. Our heartfelt thank goes especially to Prof. Ekkehard Weber, Dr. Ingrid Weber-Hiden, Mag. Marita Holzner. The site was launched in August 2011. Development by Pádraic Moran, based on scripts used for the Celtic Personal Names of Roman Britain website.
abstract:
The data for the database of Non-Mediterranean Names of Noricum (NNN) was collected in 2011 by Cornelia Kleiber, Dieter Reinisch and Tanja Trausmuth; Mag. Corinna Scheungraber made the linguistic analysis and comments. Prof. David Stifter was the director and editor. The new, up-to-date readings of the inscriptions were made available to us by the kind permission of the team of the Project CIL III² at the Department of Old History and Classical Studies, Epigraphics and Papyrology at the University of Vienna. Our heartfelt thank goes especially to Prof. Ekkehard Weber, Dr. Ingrid Weber-Hiden, Mag. Marita Holzner. The site was launched in August 2011. Development by Pádraic Moran, based on scripts used for the Celtic Personal Names of Roman Britain website.
Stifter, David, Martin Braun, Michela Vignoli, Anna Adaktylos, Chiara Dezi, Eva Lettner, Corinna Salomon, Corinna Scheungraber, and Marcel Schwarz, Lexicon Leponticum: an interactive online etymological dictionary of Lepontic, Online. URL: <http://www.univie.ac.at/lexlep/wiki/Main_Page>. 
abstract:
Lexicon Leponticum (LexLep) is a web-based, interactive platform based on the MediaWiki open source application. The aim of LexLep is to set up an interactive online etymological dictionary of the Lepontic and Cisalpine Gaulish language that is freely accessible for all users. In addition to information about linguistic and etymological features of the Lepontic language, it includes substantial data about the epigraphic, archaeological and historical context of the inscriptions as well.
abstract:
Lexicon Leponticum (LexLep) is a web-based, interactive platform based on the MediaWiki open source application. The aim of LexLep is to set up an interactive online etymological dictionary of the Lepontic and Cisalpine Gaulish language that is freely accessible for all users. In addition to information about linguistic and etymological features of the Lepontic language, it includes substantial data about the epigraphic, archaeological and historical context of the inscriptions as well.