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An Integrated Proto Indo European Concept (Overview)

An Integrated Proto Indo European Concept (Overview)

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The Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit, lists several of entries with reference to Indo-European topics: Proto-Indo-Europeans , Proto-Indo-European religion , Proto-Indo-European language, etc.

Although most PIE-concepts share an IE-name the vast extension of the PIE-concepts fails to be considered as an overall fundamental concept, in which the PIE-peoples, PIE-religion and PIE-language share a common PIE-concept from the very beginning.
PIE-peoples, PIE-languages (including the PIE-pronouns and other PIE-words) and PIE-religions (including the PIE-deities) may be expanded by some other PIE-customs, which will be summarized in this manuscript.

PIE-customs may cover a wide area of elements such as personal names, personal pronouns, colours, coats-of-arms and flags. In order to identify the vast area of PIE-symbolism these must be included into the overall PIE-concept.

This essay joins the PIE-languages and their pronouns, religions and their gods as well as all correlated symbols (such as colours, paintings and heraldic flags) to an overall concept. The impact and magnitude of an integrated PIE-concept must be considered as much higher compared to the mere sum of the singular concepts.
The Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit, lists several of entries with reference to Indo-European topics: Proto-Indo-Europeans , Proto-Indo-European religion , Proto-Indo-European language, etc.

Although most PIE-concepts share an IE-name the vast extension of the PIE-concepts fails to be considered as an overall fundamental concept, in which the PIE-peoples, PIE-religion and PIE-language share a common PIE-concept from the very beginning.
PIE-peoples, PIE-languages (including the PIE-pronouns and other PIE-words) and PIE-religions (including the PIE-deities) may be expanded by some other PIE-customs, which will be summarized in this manuscript.

PIE-customs may cover a wide area of elements such as personal names, personal pronouns, colours, coats-of-arms and flags. In order to identify the vast area of PIE-symbolism these must be included into the overall PIE-concept.

This essay joins the PIE-languages and their pronouns, religions and their gods as well as all correlated symbols (such as colours, paintings and heraldic flags) to an overall concept. The impact and magnitude of an integrated PIE-concept must be considered as much higher compared to the mere sum of the singular concepts.

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The Proto-Indo-European Concept
J.W. Richter 
Fig. 1 from: Phallism in Ancient Worship   by Hodder M. Westropp and C.S. Wake (1874)Fig. 2 Detail from 
 (c. 1480-1505) byHieronymus Bosch. Oil on wood triptych, 220 cm x 389 cm, now in theMuseo del Prado. High-resolution version from The Prado in Google Earth.(published in Wikipedia Commons)
 
 Fig. 2: U and I (by H. Bosch) Fig. 1: U and I 
 
Introduction
The Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit, listsseveral of entries with reference to Indo-European topics:Proto-Indo-Europeans,Proto-Indo-European religion,Proto- Indo-European language, etc.Although most PIE-concepts share an IE-name the vastextension of the PIE-concepts fails to be considered as anoverall fundamental concept, in which the PIE-peoples, PIE-religion and PIE-language share
a common PIE-concept 
fromthe very beginning.
 PIE-peoples
,
 PIE-languages
(including the
 PIE-pronouns
andother 
 PIE-words
) and
 PIE-religions
(including the
 PIE-deities
)may be expanded by some other 
 PIE-customs
, which will besummarized in this manuscript.PIE-customs may cover a wide area of elements such as personal names, personal pronouns, colours, coats-of-arms andflags. In order to identify the vast area of PIE-symbolism thesemust be included into the overall
PIE-concept 
.This essay joins the PIE-languages and their pronouns,religions and their gods as well as all correlated symbols (suchas colours, paintings and heraldic flags) to an overall concept.The impact and magnitude of an integrated
 PIE-concept 
must be considered as much higher compared to the mere sum of thesingular concepts.
 
Web-entries for PIE-concepts
In the web we may identify PIE-relevant entries like:
Proto-Indo-Europeans: The Proto-Indo-Europeanswere the speakers of the Proto-Indo-European language(PIE), a reconstructed prehistoric language.
Proto-Indo-European religion: the hypothesizedreligion of the Proto-Indo-European (PIE) peoples
Proto- Indo-European language: The Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) is the unattested,reconstructed common ancestor of the Indo-Europeanlanguages, spoken by the Proto-Indo-Europeans.
Indo-European languages(formerly also called Indo-Germanic) are a family of several hundred relatedlanguages and dialects, including most major languagesof Europe, the Iranian plateau, and South Asia, andhistorically also predominant in Anatolia and CentralAsia.
- thename of an etymological research project of theDepartment of Comparative Indo-European Linguistics at Leiden University.
Indo-European Evolution – which traces the
 source for the Indo-European Evolution
in the Danube rive valley(by Dr. C. George Boeree)

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so...what is the origin of the word "awe" and is it a phonic derivative of "ieu"?
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