Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family: Papers Presented at a Colloquium Hosted by the University of Richmond, March 18-19, 2000

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Robert Drews
Journal of Indo-European Studies, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 305 pages
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Robert Drews: Introduction and Acknowledgments, Opening Remarks; E.J.W. Barber: The Clues in the Clothes¿Some Independent Evidence for the Movement of Families; Paul Zimansky: Archaeological Inquiries into Ethno-Linguistic Diversity in Urartu; Peter Ian Kuniholm: Dendrochronological Perspectives on Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family; Discussion Session, Saturday Morning; Colin Renfrew: The Anatolian Origins of Proto-Indo-European and the Autochthony of the Hittites; Jeremy Rutter: Critical Response to the First Four Papers; Discussion Session, Saturday Afternoon; Margalis Finklelberg: The Language of Linear A¿Greek, Semitic, or Anatolian?; Alexander Lehrmann: Reconstructing Indo-Hittite; Vyacheslav V. Ivanov: Southern Anatolian and Northern Anatolian as Separate Indo-European Dialects and Anatolian as a Late Linguistic Zone; Bill J. Darden: On the Question of the Anatolian Origin of Indo-Hittite; Craig Melchert: Critical Response to the Last Four Papers; Discussion Session¿Saturday Morning; Robert Drews: Greater Anatolia, Proto-Anatolian, Proto-Indo-Hittite, and Beyond; Geoffrey D. Summers: Appendix¿Questions Raised by the Identification of Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age Horse Bones in Anatolia. Index.

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