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1 The Indo-European language family
Table 1.1 IE languages by date and place of first attestation
Table 1.3 Nostratic and PIE stop comparisons
2 Phonology
Table 2.2 Extended correspondence set for medial ∗t in Germanic
Table 2.4 Phonological inventory of PIE
Table 2.8 Glottalic and traditional PIE reconstructed stop system
Table 2.12 Laryngeal developments in some early IE languages
3 Morphophonology
Table 3.5 Putative correlations of accent and ablaut
4 Nominal morphology
Table 4.11 Number in PIE nouns
5 Verbal morphology
Table 5.29 Aorist formations from nasal infix presents
6 Syntax
Table 6.3 Summary of relative clause types in early IE languages
7 Lexicon and lexical semantics
Table 7.4 PIE formation of decads
Table 7.6 Some PIE animal names
Glossary
References
Word index
Language index
Person index
Subject index
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Indoeuropeio Cambridge

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