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- DescriptionThis volume presents new work exploring how the study of historical linguistics can advance our understanding of Greek and Latin and, conversely, how the classical languages can help us to reconstruct Proto-Indo-European and the culture of its speakers. Classical and Indo-European linguistics have been particularly exciting areas of research in recent years, and this book is intended to provide insight into some of the main areas of current debate. It stems from an international conference held in Cambridge in 2005 and includes contributions from keyte speakers Andreas Willi and Joshua Katz. The book covers a wide range of topics: phology (the accentuation of Greek mosyllables, the development of laryngeals in Greek, and typological discussion of the glottalic theory); morphology (the prehistory of the past-tense augment, the iteratives and causatives of the Latin second conjugation, the origin of the Latin prefix co(m)-, Indo-European root uns and s-stem neuters, Greek and Latin reflexive prouns, the Greek comparative suffix); the etymologies of etymos, Achilles, adulare, and a Macedonian gloss; the significance of the Greek particle tar; and comparisons of Sanskrit matrimonial names and poetic termilogy with their Greek counterparts. Greek and Latin from an Indo-European Perspective demonstrates the continuing relevance of linguistics for the study of ancient languages and literature, and will be of interest to classicists, Indo-European linguists, and historical linguists generally.
- Author BiographyCoulter H George is a Research Fellow in Classics at Trinity College, Cambridge. Matthew McCullagh is a Research Fellow in Classics at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. Benedicte Nielsen is studying for a doctorate in Classics at the University of Cambridge. Antonia Ruppel is the Townsend Lecturer in the Greek, Latin and Sanskrit Languages at Cornell University. Olga Tribulato is the Woodhouse Junior Research Fellow in Classics at St John's College, Oxford.
- PublisherCambridge Philological Society
- Date of Publication14/01/2008
- Place of PublicationCambridge
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCambridge Philological Society
- Content Note1 Illustrations
- Weight454 g
- Width149 mm
- Height210 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edited byAntonia Ruppel,Benedicte Nielsen,Coulter George,Matthew McCullagh,Olga Tribulato
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