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Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 21

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

This book offers 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. Volumes in the Tocharian and Indo-European Studies series present the authoritative study of these two closely related languages, focusing both on philological and linguistic approaches toward their relationship with other Indo-European languages.
 

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Table of Contents

Douglas Q. Adams
A note on the name of a Tocharian B divinity

Timothée Chamot-Rooke
Back to the caustic lye stream. A revision of the Tocharian fragment A 226 from the Maitreyavadanavyakara?a

Ilya B. Itkin
Formes nouvelles tokhariennes B extraites des fragments de Berlin I. Quelques formes nominales nouvelles ou « bien oubliées anciennes »

Véronique Kremmer
In too deep: the tale of Vyasa and Kasisundari in Tocharian A. A new reading of THT 743 and 744 (A 110–111)

Sergey V. Malyshev
Tocharian A leaf A 429 in light of its parallels in the K?udrakavastu

Michaël Peyrot
Notes on Tocharian A o(k) ‘snake’, A oram and B sorromp ‘down’, B o?no, B nanamo ‘recognising’, B pawe, and B †s?wm- ‘trickle’

Maksim Vyzhlakov
Telling, explaining, and instructing in Tocharian A: the semantics of the verbs akl-, aks-, en-, ese yäp-, kärsa- (caus.), ?ärp-

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