The Oxford Introduction to Proto Indo European and the Proto Indo European World

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps xii
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Tables xiv
  • List of Abbreviations and Acronyms xix
  • Introduction xxiii
  • 1: Discovery 1
  • 2: The Elements 12
  • 3: Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European 39
  • 4: The System 54
  • 5: Relationships 71
  • 6: A Place in Time 86
  • 7: Reconstructing the Proto-Indo-Europeans 106
  • 8: The Physical World 120
  • 9: Indo-European Fauna 132
  • 10: Indo-European Flora 156
  • 11: Anatomy 173
  • 12: Family and Kinship 203
  • 13: Hearth and Home 219
  • 14: Clothing and Textiles 230
  • 15: Material Culture 239
  • 16: Food and Drink 254
  • 17: Proto-Indo-European Society 266
  • 18: Space and Time 287
  • 19: Number and Quantity 307
  • 20: Mind, Emotions, and Sense Perception 321
  • 21: Speech and Sound 352
  • 22: Activities 368
  • 23: Religion 408
  • 24: Grammatical Elements 415
  • 25: Comparative Mythology 423
  • 26: Origins: the Never-Ending Story 442
  • Appendix 1 - Basic Sound Correspondences Between Pie and the Major Ie Groupsa 464
  • Appendix 2 - Proto-Indo-European to English Wordlist 466
  • Appendix 3: An English to Proto-Indo-European Word List 523
  • References 565
  • General Index 591
  • Index Verborum 619
  • Proto-Indo-European 621
  • Index 653
  • Italic Languages 708
  • Slavic Languages 719
  • Tocharian Languages 726
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