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eBook Evidence and Counter-Evidence. Essays in Honour of Frederik Kortlandt: Volume 1: Balto-Slavic and Indo-European Linguistics. (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics) ePub

by Alexander Lubotsky,Jos Schaeken,Jeroen Wiedenhof

  • ISBN: 9042024704
  • Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Alexander Lubotsky,Jos Schaeken,Jeroen Wiedenhof
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rodopi (September 30, 2008)
  • Pages: 628
  • ePub book: 1965 kb
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Evidence and Counter-Evidence. Alexander Lubotsky Jos Schaeken Jeroen Wiedenhof Leiden, 19 June 2006.

Evidence and Counter-Evidence. PREFACE These two volumes are dedicated to Frederik Kortlandt on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, bringing together contributions by students and colleagues who have found inspiration in his linguistic work. Except for this intellectual association, the texts have little in common.

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The editors PREFACE LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY FREDERIK KORTLANDT ?driaan Barentsen: O S?P?STAVI?EL'N?? IZUC?NII ?GR?NICI??L'NY? VR???NNY? S?JUZ?V SL?VJANS?I? JAZY??V Robert S.P. Beekes: PALATALIZED CONSONANTS IN PRE-GREEK Uwe Bläsing: TALYSCHI RIZ 'SPUR' UND VERWANDTE: EIN BEITRAG ZUR IRANISCHEN WORTFORSCHUNG Václav Blazek: CELTIC 'SMITH' AND HIS COLLEAGUES Johnny Cheung: THE OSSETIC CASE SYSTEM REVISITED Bardhyl Demiraj: ALB. RRUSH, ON RAGUSA UND GR. RHOKS Rick Derksen: QUANTITY PATTERNS IN THE UPPER SORBIAN NOUN George E. Dunkel: LUVIAN ?TAR AND HOMERIC ?? AR José L. García Ramón: ERERBTES UND ERSATZKONTINUANTEN BEI DER REKONSTRUKTION VON INDOGERMANISCHEN KONSTRUKTIONSMUSTERN: IDG. *G' HEU- UND HETH. LAHU-HHI 'GIESSEN' Eric P. Hamp: INDO-EUROPEAN *SG'HÉDHLA Andries van Helden: IS CASE A LINGUIST OR A FREDERIK? Tette Hofstra: AUS DEM BEREICH DER GERMANISCH-OSTSEEFINNISCHEN LEHNWORTFORSCHUNG: ÜBERLEGUNGEN ZUR ETYMOLOGIE VON FINNISCH RYTÄKKÄ 'KRACH' Georg Holzer: STRUKTURELLE BESONDERHEITEN DES URSLAVISCHEN Wim Honselaar: REFLECTIONS ON RECIPROCITY IN RUSSIAN AND DUTCH László Honti: 'TIBI LIBER EST' ~ 'HABES LIBRUM' (BEMERKUNGEN ZUR HERKUNFT DER HABITIVEN KONSTRUKTIONEN IM URALISCHEN) Peter Houtzagers: ON THE CAKAVIAN DIALECT OF KOLJNOF NEAR SOPRON Petri Kallio: ON THE "EARLY BALTIC" LOANWORDS IN COMMON FINNIC Janneke Kalsbeek: THE QUANTITY OF THE VOWEL I IN STIPAN KONZUL'S KATEKIZAM (1564) Jared S. Klein: INTERROGATIVE SEQUENCES IN THE RIGVEDA Jorma Koivulehto: FRÜHE SLAVISCH-FINNISCHE KONTAKTE Leonid Kulikov: THE VEDIC TYPE PATÁYATI REVISITED: SEMANTIC OPPOSITIONS, PARADIGMATIC RELATIONSHIPS AND HISTORICAL CONNECTIONS Winfred P. Lehmann: LINGUISTIC LAWS AND UNIVERSALS: THE TWAIN. Alexander Lubotsky: VEDIC 'OX' AND 'SACRIFICIAL CAKE' Ranko Matasovic: THE ORIGIN OF THE OLD IRISH F-FUTURE H. Craig Melchert: PROBLEMS IN HITTITE PRONOMINAL INFLECTION Cecilia Odé: COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND PROSODIC LABELLING OF THREE RUSSIAN PITCH ACCENTS Norbert Oettinger: AN INDO-EUROPEAN CUSTOM OF SACRIFICE IN GREECE AND ELSEWHERE Harry Perridon: RECONSTRUCTING THE OBSTRUENTS OF PROTO-GERMANIC Georges-Jean Pinault: TOCHARIAN FRIENDSHIP ?driana Pols: ROZDENIE SLOVARJA Arend Quak: ARCHAISCHE WÖRTER IN DEN MALBERGISCHEN GLOSSEN DER 'LEX SALICA' Jos Schaeken: NOCHMALS ZUR AKZENTUIERUNG DER KIEVER BLÄTTER Rüdiger Schmitt: ZU DER FREMDBEZEICHNUNG ARMENIENS ALTPERS. ARMINA- Patrick Sims-Williams: THE PROBLEM OF SPIRANTIZATION AND NASALIZATION IN BRITTONIC CELTIC Han Steenwijk: THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE RESIANICA DICTIONARY Michiel de Vaan: SANSKRIT TRÍDHA AND TREDHA William R. Veder: NON SECUNDUM SCIENTIAM: READING WHAT IS NOT THERE Theo Vennemann gen. Nierfeld: MÜNZE, MINT, AND MONEY: AN ETYMOLOGY FOR LATIN MONETA. WITH APPENDICES ON CARTHAGINIAN TANIT AND THE INDO-EUROPEAN MONTH WORD Willem Vermeer: THE PREHISTORY OF THE ALBANIAN VOWEL SYSTEM: A PRELIMINARY EXPLORATION Jos J.S. Weitenberg: DIPHTHONGIZATION OF INITIAL E- AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INITIAL Y- IN ARMENIAN