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Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 19

Tocharian and Indo-European Studies is the central publication for the study of two closely related languages, Tocharian A and Tocharian B. Found in many Buddhist manuscripts from central Asia, Tocharian dates back to the second half of the first millennium of the Common Era, though it was not discovered until the twentieth century. Focusing on both philological and linguistic aspects of this language, Tocharian and Indo-European Studies also looks at it in relationship to other Indo-European languages.

148 pages | 10 halftones | 6 x 8 1/4

Language and Linguistics: General Language and Linguistics

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Table of Contents

Ching Chao-jung ???
An Agnean inscription found by Aurel Stein at the Shorchuk Ming-öi (Yanqi, China) kept in the British Library

Athanaric Huard
The beginning of the Tocharian B Karmavibha?ga

Ilya B. Itkin & Sergey V. Malyshev
THT 1846: A new Sanskrit–Tocharian A bilingual fragment of the Udanavarga

Sergey V. Malyshev
A Sanskrit–Tocharian A bilingual text of the Civaravastu of the Mulasarvastivada-Vinaya

Georges-Jean Pinault
Revision of the fragments Tocharian A 285+281
from the fifth act of the Maitreyasamiti-na?aka

Michaël Peyrot
Review of Václav Blažek & Michal Schwarz, Early Indo-Europeans in Central Asia and China. Cultural relations as reflected in language

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