Languages in prehistoric Europe

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Alfred Bammesberger, Theo Vennemann
Isd, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 364 pages
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Before the advent of writing and before the development of the Indo-European language, Europe enjoyed much greater linguistic diversity with a whole host of other languages (Hispanic, Baltic, Slavic, Germanic, to name but a few) which are now defunct. This collection of nineteen papers from a conference held at the Katholische Universitat Eichstatt in Germany in 1999, examine this diversity from archaeological (two papers) and linguistic perspectives. Contributors include: Robert S P Beekes, Ivo Hajnal, Petri Kallio, Thomas Lindner, Oswald Panagl, Colin Renfrew, Klaus Strunk and Juergen Untermann. Papers in English and German.

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PREFACE
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ALEXANDER HÄUSLER
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KLAUS STRUNK
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