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

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General Index
abdomen 185, 186
ability 205
ablaut 48
able 205, 369, 371
about 289
above 289
abundance 319
abundant 317, 320
accept 271
accomplish 369, 371
accuse 354
accustomed 267
acid 348
acorn 157, 158
acropolis 221
across 289, 290
act badly 340
Adam 3
Adams, D. Q. 14, 23, 49, 107, 118
adhere 381
adze 242, 243
Aegean 251, 264
Aegean pantheon 429
Aesir 436
afflict 193, 278
Afghanistan 33
afraid 338, 340
African 107
Afro-Asiatic 444
after 289, 291
against 289, 290
agitate 259, 378, 379
Agnean 35
Agni (god) 122, 424
Agni (town) 35
agriculture 153, 163, 453
ahead 289
Ahura Mazdaāh 410, 432
Ahyan, S. 440
aim 320
Airyana vaeja 447
Akkadian 31, 313–14
alas 359, 360
Albania 36
Albanian 5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 24, 26, 27, 36, 109, 111, 445
alcoholic drink 263
alcove 220
alder 157, 158, 161, 170
Alexander the Great 28 Algonquian 133, 444
all 97
Allen, N. 430, 440
allow 391
alone 317
already 303
Alteuropäish 130
amass 267
ambrosia 263
Amerindian 107
among 289
Anatolia 6, 10, 15, 29, 37, 109, 154, 171, 238, 251, 443, 444, 446, 452, 453, 460, 461, 462
Anatolian 13, 14, 15, 28, 29, 47, 50, 103, 109, 110, 111, 117, 424, 446, 447, 448, 454, 455, 458, 462
Ancus Martius 430
and 311, 421, 422
Anderson, E. 152, 169, 170, 348
Andronovo 452
angelica 162
anger 203, 279
Angles 133
angry 193, 278, 340
animal 134, 136, 142, 152

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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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