Language and Ritual in Sabellic Italy

The Ritual Complex of the Third and Fourth Tabulae Iguvinae

Michael Weiss, Cornell University

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ISBN13: 
9789004177895
Publication Date: 
October 2009
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Hardback
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xvi, 516 pp.
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ISSN: 
1875-6328
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1

Thomas Olander, University of Copenhagen

In this volume, Thomas Olander offers a historical analysis of the inflectional endings of Proto-Slavic, comparing them with the corresponding endings in related languages and reconstructing the Proto-Indo-European point of departure.
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Volume: 
14
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004270497
Expected: 
April 2015

Adam I. Cooper, Northeastern University

Adam Cooper examines two seemingly disparate phenomena associated with Indo-European syllable structure – the heterosyllabic treatment of medial consonant clusters and the right-hand vocalization of sonorants – and integrates them into a single picture of the reconstructed system.
Series: 
Volume: 
13
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004236905
Publication date: 
October 2014

Anna H. Bauer, University of Auckland

In this book, Anna H. Bauer provides a full and detailed analysis of the noun phrases found in the Hieroglyphic Luwian corpus.
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Volume: 
12
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004260023
Publication date: 
September 2014

Sergio Neri, Friedrich Schiller University Jena and Roland Schuhmann, Saxonian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

This volume contains contributions on the origin of the feminine gender and its relation to the collective in the Indo-European parent language. Particular attention is paid to the question whether original flexion or word formation categories are involved and if the used formative elements have...
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Volume: 
11
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004230965
Publication date: 
January 2014

Katsiaryna Ackermann, University of Vienna

K. Ackermann proposes a new systematic account of the paradigmatic organization of the Proto-Slavic finite verb revealing development parallels with other Indo-European languages. Designed as a reference book, the volume comprises a nearly complete attestation of OCS aorists and past participles....
Series: 
Volume: 
10
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004260801
Publication date: 
February 2014

Götz Keydana, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

Being an in-depth study of the syntax and semantics of infinitives in Early Vedic, this book gives a comprehensive account of the various types of infinitive use attested. Furthermore, heuristics are given for identifying infinitives in ancient languages. Durch eine sorgfältige...
Series: 
Volume: 
9
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004246140
Publication date: 
March 2013

Michaël Peyrot, University of Vienna

The subjunctive is one of the most central categories of the Tocharian verbal system. A thorough analysis of its meaning and formation is the basis for a careful reconstruction of the Proto-Tocharian stage and its derivation from the Indo-European proto-language.
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Volume: 
8
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004218321
Publication date: 
May 2013

Nicholas Zair, University of Cambridge

In The Reflexes of the Proto-Indo-European Laryngeals in Celtic, Nicholas Zair for the first time collects all the words from the Celtic languages which contained a laryngeal, and identifies the regular results of the laryngeals in each phonetic environment.
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Volume: 
7
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004225398
Publication date: 
August 2012

Emmanuel Dupraz, Université de Rouen

This book describes the semantic, syntactic, and pragmatic features of Sabellian demonstratives. It contains new hypotheses on the epigraphic genres in Republican Italy and a reconstruction of these grammatical items’ Italic origins based on typological principles.
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Volume: 
6
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004215405
Publication date: 
December 2011

Eystein Dahl, University of Bergen

Drawing on insights from formal semantics and linguistic typology, this book presents a comprehensive account of the tense/aspect/mood system in Early Vedic, the language of the Rigveda. It also outlines a theoretical framework for the study of semantics in dead languages.
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Volume: 
5
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004178144
Publication date: 
June 2010

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