Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family: Papers Presented at a Colloquium Hosted by the University of Richmond, March 18-19, 2000
Journal of Indo-European Studies, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 305 pages
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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Archaeological Inquiries into EthnoLinguistic Diversity in Urartu
Dendrochronological Perspectives on Greater Anatolia and
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Aegean Anat Anatolian languages archaeological argument Armenian attested Balkans Barber Black Sea borrowed Carian Carruba Caucasus century B.C. CLuw cognate colloquium Corded Ware culture Crete culture cuneiform Darden dialects Early Bronze Age Edited enclitic equid Europe European evidence fifth millennium Finkelberg fourth millennium Gamkrelidze Gimbutas Greek guages Hattic Hawkins Hieroglyphic Luwian Hitt HLuw homeland horses Hurrian Indo Indo-European languages Indo-European Studies Indo-Hittite Indo-Iranian innovations inscriptions isoglosses Ivanov Kanesh kurgan language of Linear laryngeal Lehrman lexical linguistic loom Lycian Melchert millennium B.C. Minoan Mycenaean Neolithic northern Nostratic noun Palaic particles phonological population possible pronoun Proto-Anatolian Proto-Indo-European Proto-Indo-Hittite protolanguage reconstructed Renfrew root Sanskrit Sherratt Southern Anatolian speakers spread stem steppe Studies suffix suggests texts third millennium tion Toch Tocharian Urartian Urartu verb vocabulary weaving western Anatolia wheeled vehicles whorls wool woolly sheep word Yamnaya