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by cquiles
Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:57 am
Forum: Auf Deutsch
Topic: Moderatoren nicht ansprechbar
Replies: 2
Views: 73

Re: Moderatoren nicht ansprechbar

Sie sind recht, es tut mir leid. Leider ist das Forum ein 'Spammer-Höhle' vor einigen Jahren geworden, and wir haben nur versucht, sie genug zu verwalten, um es online zu lassen, im Fall jemand es benutzen wollte. Eigentlich ist das Ratio Spammer / Benutzer in der nähe von 100:1 oder schlechter (und...
by cquiles
Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:55 am
Forum: Human Evolutionary Genetics on the Indo-European question
Topic: Kritik an der IE Weltsicht
Replies: 2
Views: 71

Re: Kritik an der IE Weltsicht

Nur ganz kurz: was ich damit meine, dass R1b-L23 mit der Ausdehnung der Indogermanen assoziiert war, ist (wie ich schon geschrieben habe) eine allgemeine Identifizierung der Urindogermanen (i.e. Chwalynsk - Jamna) genau mit der Ausdehnung dieser (älteren) Unterkladen, nicht mit der heutigen. Das ist...
by cquiles
Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:30 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The etymology of Greek σειρήν revisited
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The etymology of Greek σειρήν revisited

Eugenio Luján and Juan-Pablo Vita (2018). The etymology of Greek σειρήν revisited. Glotta: Volume 94, Issue 1, pp. 234-242. https://doi.org/10.13109/glot.2018.94.1.234 Abstract The standard etymological dictionaries of Greek mention two possible etymologies for the word σειρήν ‘siren’: a relationshi...
by cquiles
Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:29 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Latin bardus and gurdus
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Views: 35

Latin bardus and gurdus

Nicholas Zair (2018). Latin bardus and gurdus. Glotta: Volume 94, Issue 1, pp. 311-318. https://doi.org/10.13109/glot.2018.94.1.311 Abstract The origin of the Latin words bardus ‘stupid’ and gurdus ‘stupid’ is examined. It is shown that bardus cannot be borrowed from Etruscan, as previously claimed....
by cquiles
Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:28 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Ἄτλας ἀστεμφής: Traces of local particles in Greek compounds and the origins of intensive alpha
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Ἄτλας ἀστεμφής: Traces of local particles in Greek compounds and the origins of intensive alpha

Lucien van Beek (2018). Ἄτλας ἀστεμφής: Traces of local particles in Greek compounds and the origins of intensive alpha. Glotta: Volume 94, Issue 1, pp. 38-81. https://doi.org/10.13109/glot.2018.94.1.38 Abstract In Greek compounds, non-privative ἀ- is normally derived from copulative *sm̥ - (cf. Ved...
by cquiles
Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:15 pm
Forum: General
Topic: Where are Pokorny's Abbreviation Key and Citation Index?
Replies: 1
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Re: Where are Pokorny's Abbreviation Key and Citation Index?

Hi, thank you for your comment. All maintained derivative work of Pokorny's dictionary is posted here: https://academiaprisca.org/en/resources/pokornys-proto-indo-european-etymological-lexicon/ You can find there a link to the original books by Pokorny, hosted at Archive.org. Instead of the traditio...
by cquiles
Tue Jun 26, 2018 6:15 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Configurational change in Indo-European coordinate constructions
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Configurational change in Indo-European coordinate constructions

Configurational change in Indo-European coordinate constructions by Moreno Mitrovic, IN. Word Order Change (2018). This chapter investigates the word order change in Indo-European coordinate construction: in one type, the coordinator occupies the peninitial (enclitic in second) position, and in the...
by cquiles
Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:26 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections
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Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections

Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections , by Blanca María Prósper , Rivista di Linguistica e dialettologia, Roma, 2017. Abstract: This paper is concerned with unexpected phonetic outcomes in the Italic languages in environments containing a co...
by cquiles
Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:37 am
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: Áns saga bogsveigis - A Counterfactual Egils saga and yet Another Twist on the Myth of Þórr’s Visit to Útgarða-Loki
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Áns saga bogsveigis - A Counterfactual Egils saga and yet Another Twist on the Myth of Þórr’s Visit to Útgarða-Loki

Open access Áns saga bogsveigis - A Counterfactual Egils saga and yet Another Twist on the Myth of Þórr’s Visit to Útgarða-Loki , by Eldar Heide, Edda (2018) 105(2). Abstract: This article argues that the Icelandic legendary saga Áns saga bogsveigis was written as a complementary Egils saga with an ...
by cquiles
Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:41 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Expressivität oder Lautgesetz? Drei griechische Etymologien
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Expressivität oder Lautgesetz? Drei griechische Etymologien

Expressivität oder Lautgesetz? Drei griechische Etymologien , by Daniel Kölligan , International Journal of Diachronic Linguistics and Linguistic Reconstruction 14 (2017): 31–49. Abstract: The paper argues that the assumption of irregular processes such as taboo distortion, ad hoc dissimilation, an...
by cquiles
Thu May 24, 2018 9:24 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Homeric Formulary Template and a Linguistic Innovation in the Epics
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The Homeric Formulary Template and a Linguistic Innovation in the Epics

The Homeric Formulary Template and a Linguistic Innovation in the Epics , by Alan J. Nussbaum , In: Language and Meter , Eds. Dieter Gunkel & Olav Hackstein, Leiden (2018), From: Brill’s Studies in Indo-European Languages & Linguistics , Eds. Craig Melchert and Olav Hackstein. Introduction: The fol...
by cquiles
Thu May 24, 2018 9:20 am
Forum: Resources and research centers on Proto-Indo-European, Indo-European languages & Indo-Europeans
Topic: The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CHD)
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The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CHD)

The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (CHD), Eds. Hans G. Güterbock, Harry A. Hoffner, and Theo P. J. van den Hout. Homepage: Chicago Hittite Dictionary Project, a project of the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute Official website of the publication: T...
by cquiles
Thu May 24, 2018 9:15 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The augment use in Iliad 6: An evidential marker?
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The augment use in Iliad 6: An evidential marker?

The augment use in Iliad 6: An evidential marker? , by Filip De Decker Les Études classiques 84 (2016), p. 259-317. Abstract.- This article discusses the augment use and absence in Iliad 6. In our research, we will only use forms that are confirmed by the metre. We therefore start by outlining whic...
by cquiles
Fri May 18, 2018 11:10 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Hittite and Early Iron Age Glass from Kaman- Kalehöyük and Büklükale, Turkey
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Hittite and Early Iron Age Glass from Kaman- Kalehöyük and Büklükale, Turkey

Hittite and Early Iron Age Glass from Kaman- Kalehöyük and Büklükale, Turkey: Evidence for Local Production and Continuity? , by J. Henderson, S. Chenery, S. Omura, K. Matsumura and E. Faber, AAS XXI 2018. Abstract: This paper presents the first global results from electron probe microanalysis of g...
by cquiles
Fri May 18, 2018 11:07 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Italic words for ‘moon/month’ and ‘sun’ New evidence from the Sabellian languages
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The Italic words for ‘moon/month’ and ‘sun’ New evidence from the Sabellian languages

The Italic words for ‘moon/month’ and ‘sun’ New evidence from the Sabellian languages , by Paolo Poccetti, In Etymology and the European Lexicon,Proceedings of the 14th Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, 17–22 September 2012, Copenhagen. Abstract: This paper analyses two Oscan words, att...
by cquiles
Fri May 18, 2018 10:10 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Unus testis, unicus testis? The ablaut of root aorists in Tocharian and Indo-European
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Unus testis, unicus testis? The ablaut of root aorists in Tocharian and Indo-European

Unus testis, unicus testis? The ablaut of root aorists in Tocharian and Indo-European , by Ronald Kim, In "The Indo-European Verb: Proceedings of the Conference of the Society for Indo-European Studies, Los Angeles 13-15 September 2010," ed. by H. Craig Melchert. Wiesbaden: Reichert, 137-49. Abstra...
by cquiles
Fri May 18, 2018 10:06 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Slavic onъ, Lithuanian anàs and Tocharian A anac, anäṣ
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Slavic onъ, Lithuanian anàs and Tocharian A anac, anäṣ

Slavic onъ, Lithuanian anàs and Tocharian A anac, anäṣ , by Michaël Peyrot, Leiden University (2017). Abstract: Tocharian A has two pronominal forms that are rarely discussed in the literature: an allative anac and an ablative anäṣ. These forms could theoretically be perfect matches of the pronomin...
by cquiles
Wed May 09, 2018 5:50 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Linguistic Reconstruction of Inflectional Categories: The Three Original Functions of Indo-European -i-Presents
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Linguistic Reconstruction of Inflectional Categories: The Three Original Functions of Indo-European -i-Presents

Linguistic Reconstruction of Inflectional Categories: The Three Original Functions of Indo-European -i-Presents , Roland A. Pooth, FIU Indo-European Linguistics Report 1 (2018). Abstract: Indo-European -i-Presents have up to three different origins. They go back to verbs with a derivational suffix ...
by cquiles
Wed May 09, 2018 5:16 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Dual Treatment of *-oi in Slavic Revisited
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The Dual Treatment of *-oi in Slavic Revisited

The Dual Treatment of *-oi in Slavic Revisited (2015) , Yaroslav Gorbachov, University of Chicago. Introduction: 1. The Problem The final syllable is a phonological domain in which the traditional comparative method of invoking regular sound correspondences and predictable sound changes often encou...
by cquiles
Wed May 09, 2018 2:46 pm
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie
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Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie

First chapters ofthe book Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie (2017) by Jeff Emanuel. Abstract: The Late Bronze Age ended with a bang in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean: palaces and empires collapsed, from Greece to Egypt; coast...
by cquiles
Wed May 09, 2018 2:37 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Genitive Plural in Luwian Hieroglyphic and its Comparanda from the Related Luwian Languages
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The Genitive Plural in Luwian Hieroglyphic and its Comparanda from the Related Luwian Languages

The Genitive Plural in Luwian Hieroglyphic and its Comparanda from the Related Luwian Languages (2016) , by Fred Woudhuizen, In: Havva İşkan’a Armağan LYKIARKHISSA Festschrift für Havva İşkan. Introduction: As there is a tendency in Luwian hieroglyphic to express the genitive plural by the genitive...
by cquiles
Wed May 09, 2018 2:31 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: On the Development of Labiovelars, Syntax and Semantics of Agent Formations In Tocharian
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On the Development of Labiovelars, Syntax and Semantics of Agent Formations In Tocharian

On the Development of Labiovelars In Tocharian (2006) , by Hannes A. Fellner In: Proceedings of the seventeenth annual UCLA Indo-European conference, Los Angeles October 27–28, 2005. Ed. by Karlene Jones-Bley et al., Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man (JIES Monogr. 52), 51-65. Abstract:...
by cquiles
Sun Apr 22, 2018 7:20 am
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: The irreducible Gauls used to swear by Belenos. Or did they?
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The irreducible Gauls used to swear by Belenos. Or did they?

[url)https://www.academia.edu/31487552/The_irreducible_Gauls_used_to_swear_by_Belenos._Or_did_they_Celtic_religion_henbane_and_historical_misapprehensions]The irreducible Gauls used to swear by Belenos. Or did they? Celtic religion, henbane and historical misapprehensions[/url], by [url)https://usal...
by cquiles
Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:33 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: “How useful is case morphology?”: from Latin to French: Continuités et ruptures
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“How useful is case morphology?”: from Latin to French: Continuités et ruptures

“How useful is case morphology?”: from Latin to French: Continuités et ruptures, by Lene Schøsler. DOI: 10.1515/9783110551716-008, In: Latin Tardif - Français Ancien: Continuités et Ruptures, edited by Anne Carlier, Celine Guillot-Barbance, De Gruyter 2018. Read it at Google Books On the same intere...
by cquiles
Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:02 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The origin of the Old Irish oblique relative conjunct particle -(s)aN-
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The origin of the Old Irish oblique relative conjunct particle -(s)aN-

[url)http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/dia.16036.gar]On morphological internalization. The origin of the Old Irish oblique relative conjunct particle -(s)aN-[/url], Carlos García-Castillero, Diachronica, Volume 35, Issue 1, 2018, pages: 35 –70. Abstract: This paper deals with the creation of the Old Irish o...
by cquiles
Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:54 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Verb-third in Otfrid’s Evangelienbuch
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Verb-third in Otfrid’s Evangelienbuch

Verb-third in Otfrid’s Evangelienbuch , by Katerina Somers, NOWELE. North-Western European Language Evolution, Volume 71, Issue 1, 2018, pages: 56 –98. Abstract: This article investigates the status of so-called verb-final declaratives in Otfrid’s Evangelienbuch, with a focus on whether clauses in ...
by cquiles
Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:44 am
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: The Iranian Männerbund Revisited
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The Iranian Männerbund Revisited

The Iranian Männerbund Revisited , by Touraj Daryaee, Iran and the Caucasus, Volume 22, Issue 01, pages 38 – 49. Abstract: This article discusses some of the Iranian evidence in relation to the idea of Indo-European Männerbund, which first was brought forth by Stig Wikander. There have been objecti...
by cquiles
Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:34 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: How Did Amber Come to the Pontic Area in the Migration Period?, The Crimea and the Northern Black Sea Coast
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How Did Amber Come to the Pontic Area in the Migration Period?, The Crimea and the Northern Black Sea Coast

How Did Amber Come to the Pontic Area in the Migration Period?, The Crimea and the Northern Black Sea Coast , by Bartosz Kontny , in Archaeological Research 1956–2013, eds M. Matera, R. Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski, ŚWIATOWIT Supplement Series C: Pontica et Caucasica, vol. I, Warszawa, p. 121-138. As i...
by cquiles
Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:43 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: A comparative chronology of the Prehistory of the area between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000-1000 BC.
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A comparative chronology of the Prehistory of the area between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000-1000 BC.

A comparative chronology of the Prehistory of the area between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000-1000 BC. /The foundations of radiocarbon chronology of cultures between the Vistula and Dnieper: 4000-1000 BC, Poznań, 2003. (Baltic-Pontic Studies, vol. 12), p. 396-414 This volume of the Baltic-Pontic Stu...
by cquiles
Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:38 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: From Head to Toe in Hittite: the Language of the Human Body
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From Head to Toe in Hittite: the Language of the Human Body

From Head to Toe in Hittite: the Language of the Human Body , by Harry Hoffner, 'Go the the Land I Will Show You'. Studies in Honor of Dwight W. Young Introduction: There are approximately seventy known Hittite words for parts of the human body. Most are marked with the Sumerian determinative UZU '...
by cquiles
Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:53 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Red-Blue Conundrum: an Archaeo-linguistic Approach to Red Dyes and Blue Flowers in Prehistory
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The Red-Blue Conundrum: an Archaeo-linguistic Approach to Red Dyes and Blue Flowers in Prehistory

The Red-Blue Conundrum: an Archaeo-linguistic Approach to Red Dyes and Blue Flowers in Prehistory , by Mikkel Nørtoft, Archaeological Textiles Review 59. Abstract : Plants from the Rubiaceae family (Rubia, Galium, and Asperula) are often grouped together as madder because they have been used for dy...
by cquiles
Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:15 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Rediscovered Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from Western Asia Minor
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On the potential Mellaart's forgery of the Luwian documents

The concerns about the potential forgery of these documents began long ago , ignited by previous known forgeries by Mellaart, and it was answered by Fred Woudhuizen . As far as I know, the recent news come from the investigation led by the very authors of the study, including Eberhard Zangger at Luw...
by cquiles
Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:59 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: About the genesis of the Late PIE thematic conjugation from Early PIE medial forms
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About the genesis of the Late PIE thematic conjugation from Early PIE medial forms

Zur Genese der späturidg. thematischen Konjugation aus frühuridg. Medialformen , Roland Pooth , Indogermanische Forschungen (2004) 109, 31-60. Introduction : Mit der vorliegenden Arbeit möchte ich einen Vorschlag zurMoti-vierung der Genese der späturidg. thematischen Flexion aus frühuridg.Medialfor...
by cquiles
Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:23 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Italo-Celtica: Linguistic and Cultural Points of Contact between Italic and Celtic
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Italo-Celtica: Linguistic and Cultural Points of Contact between Italic and Celtic

Italo-Celtica: Linguistic and Cultural Points of Contact between Italic and Celtic , by Michael Weiss , in Stephanie W. Jamison, H. Craig Melchert, and Brent VIne (eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 151-73 Excerpt: Introduction Some months ago I read the following s...
by cquiles
Thu Feb 22, 2018 7:59 pm
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: The formation of the Homeric epics
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The formation of the Homeric epics

The formation of the Homeric epics , by Margalit Finkelberg . In: F.-H. Mutschler (ed.). Singing the World. The Homeric Epics and the Chinese Book of Songs Compared. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, 15-38. Excerpt: In the late antique commentary on The Art of Grammar of the second-century BCE s...
by cquiles
Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:08 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Lith. rìsti, rìta “roll”, OCS ‑rěsti, ‑ręštǫ “find” and the PIE root *ret- in Balto-Slavic
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Lith. rìsti, rìta “roll”, OCS ‑rěsti, ‑ręštǫ “find” and the PIE root *ret- in Balto-Slavic

Lith. rìsti, rìta “roll”, OCS ‑rěsti, ‑ręštǫ “find” and the PIE root *ret- in Balto-Slavic , Miguel Villanueva Svensson, Baltistica (2017) 52(2). Abstract: Lie. rìsti, rìta (la. rist, ritu), riẽsti, riẽčia (la. rìest, rìešu) ir sl. *‑rě̋sti, *‑rę̋t(j)ǫ, *‑rě̋tъ „rasti“ kildinami iš ide. šaknies *re...
by cquiles
Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:06 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Latin fifth declension and the Baltic -ē-stems
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The Latin fifth declension and the Baltic -ē-stems

The Latin fifth declension and the Baltic -ē-stems by Dariusz Piwowarczyk, Baltistica (2017) 52(2). Abstract: The purpose of this article is to present the history of the comparison made by scholars between the Latin fifth declension and the Baltic -ē-stems and to decide whether both of those forma...
by cquiles
Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:04 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The hypothesis of a postpositional compensatory lengthening (van Wijk’s law) vs. a relative chronology of Common Slavic
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The hypothesis of a postpositional compensatory lengthening (van Wijk’s law) vs. a relative chronology of Common Slavic

The hypothesis of a postpositional compensatory lengthening (so-called van Wijk’s law) vs. the relative chronology of Common Slavic phonologi­cal devel­opments – in search of inconsistencies , by Zbigniew Babik, Baltistica (2017) 52(2) Abstract: “Van Wijk’s law” is currently defined by its advocate...
by cquiles
Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:02 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Ablaut and neo-ablaut in Baltic and Indo-European
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Ablaut and neo-ablaut in Baltic and Indo-European

Open Access Ablaut and neo-ablaut in Baltic and Indo-European by Daniel Petit, Baltistica (2017) 52(2) Abstract: It is often assumed that PIE ablaut, used as a sub-morpheme accompanying other morphemes, tends to recede over time in the history of the individual Indo-European languages. On the other ...
by cquiles
Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:58 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: The Constituent Order of Hwæt-Clauses in Old English Prose
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The Constituent Order of Hwæt-Clauses in Old English Prose

The Constituent Order of Hwæt-Clauses in Old English Prose , by Anna Cichosz, Journal of Germanic Linguistics 30(1):1-42 Abstract : The aim of the present study is to conduct a comprehensive corpus analysis of the constituent order of main declarative clauses with the interjection hwæt ‘what’ in th...
by cquiles
Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:19 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: More on perfect and resultative in Tocharian
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More on perfect and resultative in Tocharian

More on perfect and resultative in Tocharian , a draft by Ilja A. Seržant Conclusion : In this paper I took the semasiological approach departing from the form and not from a particular meaning. Drawing on Thomas (1957) and Seržant (2016) I claim that the PP construction codes the meaning of perfec...
by cquiles
Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:17 pm
Forum: Resources and research centers on Proto-Indo-European, Indo-European languages & Indo-Europeans
Topic: Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS) Project
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Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS) Project

Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS) Project Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS) is a European Research Council funded project hosted at the Faculty of Classics, Cambridge. We are working on new approaches to the history of writing, with a focu...
by cquiles
Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:14 pm
Forum: Resources and research centers on Proto-Indo-European, Indo-European languages & Indo-Europeans
Topic: 'Virtual issue' of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, featuring Mycenaean-focused article
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'Virtual issue' of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, featuring Mycenaean-focused article

A 'virtual issue' of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, featuring a series of Mycenaean-focused articles published over the years, has been made openly accessible here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)2041-5370/homepage/bics_virtual_issue_on_mycenaean_studies.htm
by cquiles
Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:46 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Frisian Substrate versus Internal Change in Western Dutch
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Frisian Substrate versus Internal Change in Western Dutch

Frisian Substrate versus Internal Change in Western Dutch by Michiel de Vaan One of the main features which distinguish the dialects of western Dutch from their eastern neighbours, is the presence of an unrounded short vowel i or e in a number of words where the standard language displays rounded u...
by cquiles
Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:44 pm
Forum: Resources and research centers on Proto-Indo-European, Indo-European languages & Indo-Europeans
Topic: The database of Eurasian phonological inventories (beta version)
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The database of Eurasian phonological inventories (beta version)

Over at http://eurasianphonology.info/ This site is an interface to the database of Eurasian phonological inventories. The database was conceived and implemented by Dmitry Nikolaev (dsnikolaev [at] gmail [dot] com) with contributions from Andrey Nikulin and Anton Kukhto and financial support from Fo...
by cquiles
Sun Feb 04, 2018 9:52 am
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: Archeoastronomical interpretation of the architecture of the Early Bronze Age mound (in Russian)
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Archeoastronomical interpretation of the architecture of the Early Bronze Age mound (in Russian)

Archeoastronomical interpretation of the architecture of the Early Bronze Age mound Археоастрономическая интерпретация архитектуры кургана эпохи энеолита–ранней бронзы Иванова С.В. Потемкина Т.М. by Svetlana Ivanova

See pp. 18 and ff. of the paper
by cquiles
Sun Feb 04, 2018 9:35 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Megalitic traditions of the North-Western Black Sea Region (in Russian)
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Megalitic traditions of the North-Western Black Sea Region (in Russian)

Мегалитические традиции Северо-Западного Причерноморья / S.V. Ivanova Megalitic traditions of the North-Western Black Sea Region by Svetlanta Ivanova Abstract : This article is devoted to the problem of the origin of megalithic tradition in funeral rites of the tribes Chalcolithic and Bronze Age No...
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Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:00 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Eastern Europe at the dawn of the kurgan tradition (in Russian)
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Eastern Europe at the dawn of the kurgan tradition (in Russian)

Eastern Europe at the dawn of the kurgan tradition (in Russian) , by Igor Manzura Abstract : The paper deals with the problem of emergence of the most ancient burial mounds in the southern part of Eastern Europe. The author starts with discussing the most disputable issues related to the problem in...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 28, 2018 9:04 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: The Yamnaya (Pit-Grave) cultural-historical community (in Russian)
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The Yamnaya (Pit-Grave) cultural-historical community (in Russian)

ИСТОРИЧЕСКИЕ РЕКОНСТРУКЦИИ И АРХЕОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ РЕАЛИИ (ямная культурно-историческая область) , С.В. Иванова Понятие “археологическая культура” ỳже понятия культуры в целом, включающем в себя все, что создано человеческим обществом. К тому же следам и остаткам древних обществ присущи специфическая при...
by cquiles
Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:28 pm
Forum: Human Evolutionary Genetics on the Indo-European question
Topic: Insular Celtic population structure and genomic footprints of migration
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Insular Celtic population structure and genomic footprints of migration

Insular Celtic population structure and genomic footprints of migration , by Byrne et al., PLOS Genetics (2018). Abstract Previous studies of the genetic landscape of Ireland have suggested homogeneity, with population substructure undetectable using single-marker methods. Here we have harnessed th...
by cquiles
Fri Jan 26, 2018 6:34 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Steppe Eneolithic Cultures (in Russian)
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Steppe Eneolithic Cultures (in Russian)

Steppe Eneolithic Cultures (in Russian) , by Igor Manzura . Introduction : История исследования и структура энеолита Северо-Западного Причер- номорья. За последние двадцать лет в целом сложились достаточно полные пред- ставления об особенностях культурного развития в Северо-Западном Причерно- морье...
by cquiles
Fri Jan 26, 2018 6:30 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Eneolithic contacts of the Eastern European steppe people with the Balkan population
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Eneolithic contacts of the Eastern European steppe people with the Balkan population

The contacts of the Eastern European steppe people with the Balkan population during the transition period from Neolithic to Eneolithic , by Nadezhda Kotova . Abstract This article is devoted to cultural contacts of steppe population and Balkan people about 5300–4800 BC. Numerous imports (adornment...
by cquiles
Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:56 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: The Pontic-Caspian steppe, with emphasis on North-West Pontic region - Interactions, changes and meaning
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The Pontic-Caspian steppe, with emphasis on North-West Pontic region - Interactions, changes and meaning

Interactions, changes and meanings. Essays in honour of Igor Manzura on the occasion of his 60th birthday . Țerna S., Govedarica B. (eds.). 2016. Kishinev: Stratum Plus. Table of Contents: P. Biagi (Venice, Italy), E. Starnini (Turin, Italy). The Origin and Spread of the Late Mesolithic Blade and T...
by cquiles
Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:03 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Laryngeal Traces without Laryngeals in Vedic Metre?
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Laryngeal Traces without Laryngeals in Vedic Metre?

Laryngeal Traces without Laryngeals in Vedic Metre? , by Martin Joachim Kümmel . Preprint of the paper at the Edinburgh World Sanskrit Conference (2006), now appeared in: Jared S. Klein, Elizabeth Tucker (eds.), Vedic and Sanskrit Historical Linguistics. Papers of the 13th World Sanskrit Conference...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 4:28 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Rediscovered Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from Western Asia Minor
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Re: Rediscovered Luwian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from Western Asia Minor

From the co-author of the text, Fred Woudhuizen : The recently discovered Luwian Hieroglyphic inscription from Tel Ahmar A fairly well-preserved Luwian hieroglyphic inscription recently discovered near Tell Ahmar, along the eastern bank of the Euphrates in present-day Syria, commemorates a military ...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 4:18 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Indo-European Homer
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Indo-European Homer

I recently stumbled upon one of Annamaria Bartolotta's works on Homeric Greek and its links with Indo-European culture . Highly recommended to take a look at her books and papers freely available online, such as: L'occhio della mente. Un'eredità indoeuropea nei poemi omerici IE *weid- as a root with...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:26 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Avestan ϑβōrəštar- and the Indo-European root √turḱ-
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Avestan ϑβōrəštar- and the Indo-European root √turḱ-

Avestan ϑβōrəštar- and the Indo-European root √turḱ- , by Alexander Lubotsky , Die Sprache 36/1 (1994), 94-102. Introduction: The etymological identity of the Vedic god-creator Tváṣṭar- and Av. ϑβōrəštar- m. ‘creator’ was proposed for the first time by Wackernagel (AiGr. I: 270) and, after the stud...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:20 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: PIE ‘me’ and a new Lydian sound law
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PIE ‘me’ and a new Lydian sound law

PIE ‘me’ and a new Lydian sound law , by Zsolt Simon , In: Benedicte Nielsen Whitehead - Thomas Olander - Birgit Anette Olsen - Jens Elmegård Rasmussen (eds.): The Sound of Indo-European. Phonetics, Phonemics, and Morphophonemics. Copenhagen Studies in Indo-European 4. Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:30 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Iconography of Neolithic societies: between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, decorated stelae...
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Iconography of Neolithic societies: between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, decorated stelae...

Iconography of Neolithic societies: between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, decorated stelae of the Central Alentejo (in French), by Ana Lúcia Ferraz . Iconographie des sociétés néolithiques: entre Atlantique et Méditerranée, les stèles décorées de l'Alentejo Central VOL1 Iconographie des socié...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:19 am
Forum: Human Evolutionary Genetics on the Indo-European question
Topic: Mitogenomes of Hungarian Conquerors
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Mitogenomes of Hungarian Conquerors

Mitogenomic data indicate admixture components of Asian Hun and Srubnaya origin in the Hungarian Conquerors , by Neparáczki et al. (2018), at BioRxiv. Read my assessment . Abstract: It has been widely accepted that the Finno-Ugric Hungarian language, originated from proto Uralic people, was brought...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:27 am
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: How Far East Does the Eurasian Metallurgical Tradition Extend? (Russian)
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How Far East Does the Eurasian Metallurgical Tradition Extend? (Russian)

How Far East Does the Eurasian Metallurgical Tradition Extend? (in Russian), by Katheryn M. Linduff . КАК ДАЛЕКО НА ВОСТОК РАСПРОСТРАНЯЛАСЬ ЕВРАЗИИСКАЯ МЕТАЛЛУРГИЧЕСКАЯ ТРАДИЦИЯ? РОССИЙСКАЯ АРХЕОЛОГИЯ Abstract: The region of eastern Eurasia is linked through comparable artifact types, by closeness ...
by cquiles
Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:21 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Subgrouping In The Sabellian Branch Of Indo-European
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Subgrouping In The Sabellian Branch Of Indo-European

Subgrouping In The Sabellian Branch Of Indo-European , by James Clackson (2013), Transactions of the Philological Society 00:1-34. Abstract : The Sabellian branch of the Italic languages of Indo-European comprises Oscan, Umbrian, South Picene and a number of smaller varieties. This paper analyses t...
by cquiles
Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:12 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie
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Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie

Black Ships and Sea Raiders: The Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Context of Odysseus' Second Cretan Lie , by Jeff Emanuel (2017) Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Lanham: Lexington Press. Abstract : The Late Bronze Age ended with a bang in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean: palaces and...
by cquiles
Sat Jan 20, 2018 5:06 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Comparative analysis of interjections in comedies of Terence and tragedies of Seneca
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Comparative analysis of interjections in comedies of Terence and tragedies of Seneca

Cuando las emociones irrumpen: análisis comparativo del empleo de las interjecciones en las comedias de Terencio y las tragedias de Séneca , by Luis Unceta Gómez (2017) Onomázein 38, pp 107-146 Abstract : Este trabajo, el tercero de una serie, presenta un análisis comparativo de los principales val...
by cquiles
Sat Jan 20, 2018 4:59 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Indo-European heritage in the Balto-Slavic accentuation system
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Indo-European heritage in the Balto-Slavic accentuation system

Indo-European heritage in the Balto-Slavic accentuation system , by Thomas Olander , University of Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum Press Abstract : The free accent found in some Baltic and Slavic languages is generally agreed to be the direct reflex of the free accent reconstructed for the Indo-Europ...
by cquiles
Sat Jan 20, 2018 4:57 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Earliest Europeans in the heart of Asia: The Chemurchek (Qiemuerqieke) cultural phenomenon
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Earliest Europeans in the heart of Asia: The Chemurchek (Qiemuerqieke) cultural phenomenon

Earliest Europeans in the heart of Asia: The Chemurchek (Qiemuerqieke) cultural phenomenon (in Russian) , ed. Alexey Kovalev Abstract : In the first part of our multivolume work we present materials to give a detailed characteristic of the Chemurchek cultural phenomenon – the complex of West Europe...
by cquiles
Sat Jan 20, 2018 8:55 am
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects
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Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects

Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects: From Central Greece to the Black Sea , by Georgios Giannakis, Emilio Crespo, Panagiotis Filos. Dec 18 2017, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston. A selection of interesting chapters: Linguistic Contact in the Ancient Balkans: A Sprachbund, or Something Else? , by Bria...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:50 pm
Forum: Indo-European society, culture, and myths
Topic: First archaeobotanical indications for beer making in Early and Middle Bronze Age Greece
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First archaeobotanical indications for beer making in Early and Middle Bronze Age Greece

Brewing beer in wine country? First archaeobotanical indications for beer making in Early and Middle Bronze Age Greece , by Soultana Maria Valamoti in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 30 dec 2017. Abstract : This paper revisits and old question “Beer or wine?” as regards the potential alcoholi...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:48 pm
Forum: Human Evolutionary Genetics on the Indo-European question
Topic: Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia (Open Access)
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Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia (Open Access)

Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia: Investigating early postglacial migration routes and high-latitude adaptation , by Günther et al. PLOS Biology Abstract : Scandinavia was one of the last geographic areas in Europe to become habitable for humans after the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Ho...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:37 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: The Yamnaya (Pit-Grave) Culture of the Volga-Ural Interfluve (in Russian)
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The Yamnaya (Pit-Grave) Culture of the Volga-Ural Interfluve (in Russian)

Articles by Airat Faizullin (IN RUSSIAN): Социологическая интерпретация неординарных обрядов в захоронениях ямной культуры Волго-Уральского междуречья (in Russian) Sociological interpretation of extraordinary ceremonies in burials of the pit-grave Culture of the Volga-Ural Interfluves Abstract : Soc...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:00 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: A Practical Approach to Verbal Aspect in Hittite
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A Practical Approach to Verbal Aspect in Hittite

A Practical Approach to Verbal Aspect in Hittite , by Harry Hoffner and H.C. Melchert Introduction: §1.1 Aspect in the broadest sense refers to the temporal structure of related events or situations, as opposed to tense, which refers the time of the related event to that of the speech event. We may...
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Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:56 pm
Forum: Archaeology and Prehistory of Indo-European cultures and peoples
Topic: Headdress from the Catacomb Culture Grave of the Shakhaevskaya Burial Ground in the Rostov Region
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Headdress from the Catacomb Culture Grave of the Shakhaevskaya Burial Ground in the Rostov Region

Headdress from the Catacomb Culture Grave of the Shakhaevskaya Burial Ground in the Rostov Region , by Natalia Shishlina, Olga Orfinskaya , Valery Golikov Introduction The Catacomb culture is one of the most outstanding pastoral cultures of the Eurasian Steppe Bronze Age. When a new economic model ...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:43 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: On shortening, lengthening, and accent shifts in Slavic
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On shortening, lengthening, and accent shifts in Slavic

On shortening, lengthening, and accent shifts in Slavic , by Mate Kapović , RIHJJ 43/2: 381–402 The paper deals with several problems of Slavic historical accentology – pretonic length in the accentual paradigm c (and b) in South and West Slavic, the neo-circumflex phenomenon (including the accent ...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:36 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Mycenaean a-o-ri-me-ne and hom. δόρυ μαίνεται
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Mycenaean a-o-ri-me-ne and hom. δόρυ μαίνεται

Mycenaean a-o-ri-me-ne and hom. δόρυ μαίνεται , by Daniel Kölligan (Kadmos 54, 31-38) The Myc. PN a-o-ri-me-ne may be interpreted as a possessive compound ʻwho has the μένος of the sword', or as ʻwho has the μένος in the swordʼ, if the compounding vowel-i-was still functional as a locative marker, ...
by cquiles
Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:34 pm
Forum: Indo-European languages & Linguistics
Topic: Focus-sensitive negation in Latin
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Focus-sensitive negation in Latin

Focus-sensitive negation in Latin , by Chiara Gianollo : Classical Latin displays negative particles, like neque / nec and ne…quidem ‘neither, not even’, that can express sentential negation while at the same time narrowly focusing on some constituent of the clause. These particles are multifunctio...