Indo-European Numerals

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Jadranka C. Gvozdanovic
Walter de Gruyter, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 943 pages

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Contents

Remarks on numeral systems
1
Some thoughts about IndoEuropean numerals
11
Anatolian
29
Tocharian
97
Old Indian
163
Middle IndoAryan
199
Modern IndoAryan
243
Iranian
289
Greek
369
Italic
389
Romance
447
Celtic
497
Germanic
555
BaltoSlavonic
717
Albanian
835
List of lesserknown languages
923

Armenian
347
ThracoPhrygian
361

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