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  1. East Franconian (German: Ostfränkisch) or Mainfränkisch, usually referred to as Franconian (Fränkisch) in German, is a dialect which is spoken in Franconia, the northern part of the federal state of Bavaria and other areas in Germany around Nuremberg, Bamberg, Coburg, Würzburg, Hof, Bayreuth, Meiningen, Bad Mergentheim, and Crailsheim.

  2. East Franconian German. East Franconian ( German: Ostfränkisch) is a dialect which is spoken in Franconia, the northern part of Bavaria and other areas in Germany around Nuremberg, Bamberg, Coburg, Würzburg, Hof, Bayreuth, Meiningen, Bad Mergentheim, and Crailsheim. The other variants are Unterostfränkisch (spoken in Lower Franconia and ...

  3. 31/05/2021 · Find sources: "East Franconian German" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German .

  4. 31/05/2021 · East Franconian (German: Ostfränkisch, usually referred to as Franconian (Fränkisch) in German, is a dialect which is spoken in Franconia, the northern part of the federal state of Bavaria and other areas in Germany around Nuremberg, Bamberg, Coburg, Würzburg, Hof, Bayreuth, Meiningen, Bad Mergentheim, and Crailsheim.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FranconiaFranconia - Wikipedia

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    The German name for Franconia, Franken, comes from the dative plural form of Franke, a member of the Germanic tribe known as the Franks. The name of the Franks in turn derives from a word meaning "daring, bold", cognate with old Norwegian frakkr, "quick, bold". Franks from the Middle and Lower Rhine gradually gained control of (and so gave their name to) what is now Franconia during the 6th to 8th centuries.English distinguishes between Franks (the early medieval Germanic people) and Franconians in reference to the high medieval stem duchy, following Middle Latin use of Francia for France vs. Franconia for the German duchy. In German the name Franken is equally used for both, while the French are called Franzosen, after Old French françois, from Latin franciscus, from Late Latin Francus, from Frank, the Germanic tribe.

    Overview

    The Franconian lands lie principally in Bavaria, north and south of the sinuous River Main which, together with the left (southern) Regnitz tributary, including its Rednitz and Pegnitz headstreams, drains most of Franconia. Other large rivers include the upper Werra in Thuringia and the Tauber, as well as the upper Jagst and Kocher streams in the west, both right tributaries of the Neckar. In southern Middle Franconia, the Altmühl flows towards the Danube; the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal crosses...

    Extent

    Franconia may be distinguished from the regions that surround it by its peculiar historical factors and its cultural and especially linguistic characteristics, but it is not a political entity with a fixed or tightly defined area. As a result, it is debated whether some areas belong to Franconia or not. Pointers to a more precise definition of Franconia's boundaries include: the territories covered by the former Duchy of Franconia and former Franconian Circle, the range of the East Franconian...

    Administrative divisions

    The region of Franconia is divided among the states of Hesse, Thuringia, Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg. The largest part of Franconia, both by population and area, belongs to the Free State of Bavaria and is divided into the three administrative regions (Regierungsbezirke) of Middle Franconia (capital: Ansbach), Upper Franconia (capital: Bayreuth) and Lower Franconia (capital: Würzburg). The name of these regions, as in the case of Upper and Lower Bavaria, refers to their situation with respe...

    Name

    Franconia is named after the Franks, a Germanic tribe who conquered most of Western Europe by the middle of the 8th century. Despite its name, Franconia is not the homeland of the Franks, but rather owes its name to being partially settled by Franks from the Rhineland during the 7th century following the defeat of the Alamanni and Thuringianswho had dominated the region earlier. At the beginning of the 10th century a Duchy of Franconia (German: Herzogtum Franken) was established within East F...

    Early history and Antiquity

    Fossil finds show that the region was already settled by primitive man, Homo erectus, in the middle Ice Age about 600,000 years ago. Probably the oldest human remains in the Bavarian part of Franconia were found in the cave ruins of Hunas at Pommelsbrunn in the county of Nuremberg Land. In the late Bronze Age, the region was probably only sparsely inhabited, as few noble metals occur here and the soils are only moderately fertile. In the subsequent Iron Age (from about 800 B.C.) the Celts bec...

    Middle Ages

    With their victories over the heartlands of the Alamanni and Thuringians in the 6th century, the present region of Franconia also fell to the Franks. After the division of the Frankish Empire, East Francia (Francia orientialis) was formed from the territories of the dioceses of Mainz, Worms, Würzburg and Speyer. Later, the diocese of Bamberg was added. In the 7th century, the Slavs started to populate the northeastern parts of the region from the east, because the area of today's Upper Franco...

    While Old Bavaria is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic, Franconia is a mixed area. Lower Franconia and the western half of Upper Franconia (Bamberg, Lichtenfels, Kronach) is predominantly Catholic, while most of Middle and the eastern half of Upper Franconia (Bayreuth, Hof, Kulmbach) are predominantly Protestant (Evangelical Church in Germany). The city of Fürth in Middle Franconia historically (before the Nazi era) had a large Jewish population; Henry Kissingerwas born there.

    Bibliography

    1. Andert, Reinhold. Der fränkische Reiter. Dingsda-Verlag Querfurt, Leipzig, 2006, ISBN 3-928498-92-4. 2. Beckstein, Günther (text) and Erich Weiß (photographs). Franken, Mein Franken - Impressionen aus meiner Heimat. Bamberg, 2009, ISBN 978-3-936897-61-6. 3. Bernet, Claus. Himmlisches Franken. Norderstedt, 2012, ISBN 978-3-8482-3041-9. 4. Blessing, Werner K. and Dieter Weiß (eds.): Franken. Vorstellung und Wirklichkeit in der Geschichte. (= Franconia.Appendices to the Yearbook for Franconia...

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    Du möchtest also eine Wikipedia in Ostfränkisch haben, sehe ich das richtig? In etwas so wie in der Karte rechts eingezeichnet? Und wie stellt sich das dar, sprichst du sowohl Fränkisch wie auch Schlesisch, für das du auch eine Wikipedia vorgeschlagen hast? --::Slomox:: ><22:35, 7 April 2008 (UTC) 1. The code frk, as i understood it, is for the extinct Old Franconian language, predecessor in history in a way of several modern Franconian languages. 2. I agree that the description given by SIL...

    I think there is some confusion about the word Mainfränkisch (Main Franconian). As far as I know the word Mainfränkisch (Main Franconian) usually means the same as Ostfränkisch (East Franconian). For example according to Deutsche Dialekte im Allgemeinen By Claudia Nickelboth words have the same meaning: 1. 1.1. 1.1.1. 1.1.1.1. 1.1.1.1.1. "Die ostmitteldeutschen Dialekte umfassen das Thüringische, das Obersächsische ... das Südfränkische, das Ostfränkische (oder Mainfränkische), das Bairische...". (en: The East-Middle German dialects contain the Thuringian, the Upper Saxon,... the South Franconian, the East Franconian (or Main Franconian), the Bavarian...). The probably wrong distinction of a few East Franconian German dialects as a so called Main Franconian Group does not fit with the already mentioned Handwörterbuch von Bayerisch-Franken. Herausgegeben von Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften.. I know this definition of Mainfränkisch (Main Franconian) actually only from the Wikip...

    I recommend, not to use this language code until SIL corrects its definition, which is self-contradictive. Currently. It says at http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=vmf 1. Region:Mostly River Main area, including Mainz, west of Frankfurt. 2. Alternate names:Upper Franconian 3. Classification:Indo-European, Germanic, West, High German, German, Middle German, West Middle German, Moselle Franconian Facts: 1. The City Mainz is not at the river Main. 2. Upper Franconian is not an alternate name for Main Franconian. 3. Upper Franconian is unrelated to Moselle Frankonian.Upper Franconian is not part of West Middle German. Most Authors classify Upper Franconian not even as part of Middle German. 4. In the City Mainz, they do not speak Upper Franconian. The nearest Upper Fanconain speaking place is some 200+ km away from Mainz. 5. In the city Mainz, they do not speak Moselle Franconian. The nearest Moselle Fanconain speaking place is likely some 70 km away from Mainz. 6. In the...

    Generally I support the idea that each considerably large dialect group should be allowed to open its own wikipedia. In the Bavarian Wikipedia (bar) there appeared over time some users, who tried to write something in Frankonian there, so theoretically there seems to be some interest. We had to kindly request those to participate elsewhere, since the Frankonian dialects spoken in the federal state of Bavaria are linguistically not Bavarian. The difference here is quite clear. Nevertheless I have to admit, that even the Bavarian wikipedia itself is only growing slowly, even if there are theoretically 12 Million people in the world, who could participate. What I am wondering now is, whether there is really sufficient interest in having a Frankonian wikipedia by Frankonian users, since User:Holder, who initiated this request, is more from the allemanic South-West. (By the way: Thanks a lot for your support at bar.WP !!!) My question now is: Are there Frankonian users who support this r...

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