Beiträge zur vergleichenden Sprachforschung auf dem Gebiete der arischen, celtischen und slawischen Sprachen, Volume 4

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F. Dümmler., 1865 - Indo-European philology

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Page 389 - Celtic studies: from the German of Dr. Hermann Ebel, with an introduction on roots, stems, and derivatives, and on case-endings of nouns in the Indo-European languages by William K. Sullivan,
Page 307 - we know it actually, or even higher, but that it may have undergone several changes when introduced into Persia and brought in contact with other cognate alphabets of the western countries. It approaches most nearly to the Pehlevi writing. We take this character of the Persian inscriptions and of the Persian handwriting, of the time of the Sassanides, not
Page 307 - to the poor and partly semitized System of sounds, which at that time prevailed in the Persian language. Both writings underwent apparently the same alterations in their common signs for several centuries till about AD 600 and then attained essentially
Page 168 - On the gaulish inscription of Poitiers: containing a charm against the Demon Dontaurios. From the papers of Rudolph Thomas Siegfried, dr. phil. Tübingen, late professor of
Page 59 - Maghavan, who fills his belly with the soma, is exhilarated (by drinking) of the sweet-savoured beverage, whereupon he has lifted up his destructive thousand-edged weapon, desiring to slay (the Asura) Mriga
Page 57 - with vigorous and rapid coursers went to the dwelling of Kutsa, then destroying his foes, you went in one chariot with Kutsa and the gods and verily thou hast slain
Page 146 - mundart begegnen oder abstofsen, wiederum wo sie zusammen oder einzeln mit der gothischen und sächsischen stimmen oder von ihnen abweichen,- ein beispiel solches
Page 307 - We are of the opinion, that the Zend alphabet existed already in the original country of the Avesta in the same perfection and completeness
Page 58 - He (Indra) has formerly arrested in battle the rapid chariot of the sun: Etasa has borne away the wheel, and (with it Indra) demolishes (his foes): may he, giving us precedence, be propitiated by our rite.
Page v - On the Gaulish inscription of Poitiers: containing a charm against the demon Dontaurios from the papers of

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