Language and Prehistory of the indo-european peoples

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Autor/es
AA. VV.
ISBN13
9788763545310
ISBN10
8763545314
Tipo
LIBRO
Páginas
350
Año de Edición
2017
Idioma
inglés
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MUSEUM TUSCULANUM
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This volume contains eighteen contributions to the increasingly detailed discussion about neolithic and bronze-age Europe. It touches on the arrival of Uralic and Indo-European settlers, on the origins of their languages, their customs, and pantheon. The contributors are historical linguists, archaeologists and geneticists; some interpret actual scientific findings, others go to the core of the methodology applied in the various subfields. The interdisciplinary perspective on this epoch in European history has proven particularly fruitful ever since genetics became a reliable player in the field. The volume contains the proceedings of the first Scandinavian conference dedicated to this approach.











Adam Hyllested, PhD, is a postdoctoral researcher at Indo-European Studies, University of Copenhagen. His PhD thesis is entitled Word exchange at the gates of Europe: Five millennia of language contact (2014). Benedicte Nielsen Whitehead, PhD, is an associate professor of Indo-European Studies, University of Copenhagen. Her PhD thesis is entitled Pickpocket compounds from Latin to Romance (2012). Thomas Olander, PhD, DPhil, is an associate professor of Indo-European Studies, University of Copenhagen. He is the author of Proto-Slavic inflectional morphology: A comparative handbook (2015) and Balto-Slavic accentual mobility (2009). Birgit Anette Olsen, DPhil, is a professor of Indo-European Studies, University of Copenhagen. She is the author ofDerivation and composition: Two studies in Indo-European word formation (2010) and The noun in Biblical Armenian: Origin and word-formation (1999).

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