The presence of archaisms, classical and medival, is also curious.
She studied Shakespeare, not for his beauty of language, but for his archaisms.
All inconsistencies and archaisms of spelling and punctuation have been retained.
Now there is just a touch of snobbery in objecting to these archaisms and calling them "vulgar."
(a) archaisms, (b) dialect, (c) classicisms, and (d) gallicisms.
Point out the archaisms in l. 10; alliteration in xxxix and l; the Latinisms in xlvi and xlvii.
Whoever he was, he shows more disposition than most of his fellow imitators to preserve Spenser's archaisms.
But we forget these archaisms in the spell of a holy soul, in love with wisdom, "intoxicated with God."
No archaisms in Biblical thought destroy its spiritual power over us.
Idiosyncratic misspellings are generally corrected; archaisms and localizations have been maintained.