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The Nature and Location of ProtoIndoEuropean
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Ameretat ancient I-E appears Aryaman aspects associated ASvins attempt Avestan basic Benveniste Bhaga Brahman Celtic common I-E comparative mythology concept concerned critics culture deities despite dieu dieux discussed divine Dume Dumezil asserts Dumezil's theories Dumezilian Durkheim early Roman epic especially evidence example extent func Georges Dumezil Germanic Gerschel goddess gods Greek Hadingus Haurvatat Heracles heroes Hittite I-E ideology I-E myth I-E speakers I-E-speaking ideas important India Indic Indo Indo-Europeens Indo-Iranian Indra interpretation Iran Iranian Jupiter king language later linguistic Mahabharata Mars Mauss Mitanni Mitra mythical nature Njordr Norse Ossetic Othinn Ouranos parallels pattern perhaps phase points priests Proto-I-E Quirinus relationship representatives Rig Veda ritual Roman religion Rome Romulus sacred Scythian second function Shahnameh social organization society souverains sovereign sovereignty Spentas suggests Syrdon thesis Thieme third function three functions tion tradition triad tripartite ideology Tullus Vanir Varuna Vedic Vohu Manah warrior Wikander Zoroaster Zoroastrian