Europa Vasconica, Europa Semitica

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Walter de Gruyter, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 977 pages
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This book presents the theory that the linguistic and cultural landscape of Europe north of the Alps and the Pyrenees was shaped in prehistoric times by the interaction of Indo-European speakers of languages related to Basque and to Semitic. These influences on the lexicon, grammar, and toponymy of the West Indo-European languages (with special focus on Germanic) are demonstrated in German and English research papers, provided here with summaries, commentaries, and a new introduction in English, and with general and etymological indexes.

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Theo Vennemann is Professor at the University of Munchen, Germany. Patrizia Noel teaches at the University of Munchen, Germany.

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