Proceedings of the 24th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference

October 26th and 27th, 2012
2013. 17x24cm, 266 pages, stitch bound, brochure
978-3-944312-08-8
32,00 €
Inkl. 7% USt., zzgl. Versandkosten
      

Content: Kurzfassung


Chiara Bozzone: Initial “Yod” in Greek and the Etymology of Gk. ἵππος ‘horse’;

Petra Goedegebuure: Hittite Noun Phrases in Focus;

Hans Henrich Hock: Come and Get It: The Indo-European Background of the Vedic éta stávāma Construction;

Cynthia A. Johnson: Multiple Antecedent Agreement: A Comparative Study of Greek and Latin;

Joshua T. Katz: The Hymnic Long Alpha: Μούσας ἀείδω and Related Incipits in Archaic Greek Poetry;

Daniel Kölligan: PIE *seh1- ‘let loose, unharness’, *seh1ḱ- ‘arrive’ and Greek ἦκα, ἥκω, Armenian hasanem;

John J. Lowe: Indo-European “Transitive” Nouns and the Accusative of Experiencer;

H. Craig Melchert: Ablaut Patterns in the Hittite ḫi-Conjugation;

Sarah Morris: From Kizzuwatna to Troy? Puduḫepa, Piyamaradu, and Anatolian Ritual in Homer;

Norbert Oettinger: Before Noah: Possible Relics of the Flood-Myth in Proto-Indo-Iranian and Earlier;

Alexander Piperski: Vowel Lengthening in Slavic Nominal Prefixes;

Thomas Steer: Some Remarks on the Derivation of Amphikinetic Collectives;

Yasuko Suzuki: Clitic Verbs in Early Germanic: Evidence from Old English Beowulf vi Contents;

Elizabeth Tucker: Old Persian asabāra- ‘horse-borne’, RV kṣīrapāká- ‘cooked in milk’, and the Restructuring of Vowel Quantities in Indo-Iranian Thematic Verbal Nouns;

Calvert Watkins: Aspects of the “Expressive Dimension” in Indo-European: Toward a Comparative Grammar of Speech Registers