In this Book

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This 1967 volume honoring Professor George S. Lane also features eight of his articles on aspects of Tocharian that made him a supreme authority in his field. The essays that follow by Cowgill, Eliason, Haas, Hahn, Hamp, Lehmann, Reitz, Robinson, Watkins, and Widding range from studies of Old Norse and Old English to Hittite.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. 02_halftitle
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  1. 03_frontmatter01
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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Table of Contents
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  1. Acknowledgments
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  1. Dedication
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  1. Tabula Gratulatoria
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  1. Editors’ Note
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  1. Part I. Selected Articles on Tocharian Linguistics
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  1. Problems of Tocharian Phonology
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  1. The Tocharian Palatalization (I)
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  1. Miscellanea: The Tocharian Genitive B -epi, A -(y)āp
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  1. Imperfect and Preterit in Tocharian
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  1. Tocharian Evidence and the Trubetzkoy-Benveniste Hypothesis
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  1. On the Significance of Tocharian for Indo-European Linguistics
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  1. The Tocharian Verbal Stems in -TK-
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  1. On the Interrelationship of the Tocharian Dialects
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  1. Part II. Studies in honor of George Sherman Lane
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  1. The Development of Proto-Algonkian *-awe-
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  1. On some Troublesome Indo-European Initials
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  1. Hittite udatis
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  1. Ablaut, accent, and umlaut in the Tocharian Subjunctive
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  1. The Correspondences among the Mid Vowels of Tocharian
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  1. Latin sōns
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  1. The Truth, the Whole Truth, and… : Problems in old Norse Linguistics
  2. pp. 195-209
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  1. The Origin of Irregular -t in weak Preterits like sent and felt
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  1. Atertanum Fah
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  1. European Clothing Names and the Etymology of girl
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781469657035
Related ISBN
9781469657028
MARC Record
OCLC
1157911168
Launched on MUSE
2020-06-15
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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