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Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 20

The most diverse and comprehensive treatment of the relationships between ancient Tocharian A and B and other Indo-European languages.

Studying now-extinct languages from the first millennium, early twentieth-century archaeologists discovered previously unknown Tocharian A and Tocharian B writings on Buddhist manuscripts near northwest China. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies is the central publication for the study of these two closely related languages, focusing both on philological and linguistic approaches toward their relationship with other Indo-European languages.
 

230 pages | 5 3/4 x 8 1/4

Language and Linguistics: Anthropological/Sociological Aspects of Language


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Table of Contents

Athanaric Huard:
The end of Mahakasyapa and the encounter with Maitreya — Two Leaves of a Maitreya-Cycle in Archaic TB

Ilya B. Itkin & Anna V. Kuritsyna:
Again on nomina agentis in Tocharian B: Some new observations

Ilya B. Itkin, Sergey V. Malyshev & Michaël Peyrot:
Tocharian A si ‘tail’

Frederik Kortlandt:
The origin of grammatical gender in Tocharian and Indo-European

Laura Masetti:
Chatter and Laugh: Latin garrio ‘chatter’, TA kary-, TB kery- ‘laugh’, Old Irish gáire ‘laughter’ and PIE *gar- ‘utter a loud sound’

Stefan Norbruis:
Tocharian B l?ka- ~ p?lka-, A läka- ~ pälka- ‘to see, look’

Ogihara Hirotoshi, with a contribution by L. Russell-Smith:
A magical practice to protect children from the demons in Kuchean Buddhism: Research on THT 3998 kept in the Museum für Asiatische Kunst in Berlin

Michaël Peyrot:
The simplification of the Archaic Tocharian B clusters ltk and rtk — with a note on the vowel assimilation in Late Tocharian B o?korño

Georges-Jean Pinault:
Tocharian nouns of the Latin ferox-type

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